Neolithic/Bronze Age 'Barbed & Tanged' Arrowheads for Sale

The Neolithic (New Stone Age) period in Europe dates to between about 6,000 and 3,000 BC. The development of the flint arrowhead reaches its pinnacle near the end of the Neolithic era and continues in use on into the Early Bronze Age period. They are frequently wonderful artefacts which are always in high demand.

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Neolithic Sahara 'Stemmed' Arrowhead AH024

Neolithic 'Stemmed' Arrowhead
Quartzite, 3.94 grams, 34.56 mm. 5,000 to 3,000 BC. A bifacial stemmed arrowhead with angled base. In a grey quartzite. Reference: David Greenwell Flint Artifacts of North Africa, page 25 for this type. Provenance: from an old collection. Extremely fine condition.
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Neolithic Sahara 'Stemmed' Arrowhead AH024
Neolithic Sahara 'Barbed and Tanged' Arrowhead ATH12

Neolithic Sahara 'Barbed and Tanged' Arrowhead
Chert, 3.40 grams, 50.93 mm. 5,000 to 3,000 BC. A unifacial leaf-shaped arrowhead with barbed-and-tanged base in honey-brown chert. Reference: David Greenwell Flint Artifacts of North Africa, page 19 for this type. Very fine condition, tip lost in antiquity. Provenance: from an old collection.
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Neolithic Sahara 'Barbed and Tanged' Arrowhead ATH12


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