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  • TERRIFIC NEANDERTHAL MAN SCRAPER 101mms FLINT STONE AGE PALEOLITHIC MOUSTERIAN

    Mousterian tools required a preliminary shaping of the stone core from which the actual blade is struck off. The toolmakers either shaped a rock into a rounded surface before striking off the raised area as a wedge shaped flake (see photo at left), or they shaped the core as a long prism of stone before striking off triangular flakes from its length, like slices from a baguette.
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  • 7000Y.O: GREAT 10 ARTIFACTS DANISH STONE AGE MESOLITHIC FLINT SILEX PATINA!

    The Mesolithic " Ertebölle - Ellerbek ( Kitchen Midden ) Culture". This culture came into existence at the end of the Mesolithic period. Wonderful patinated flint ( silex ) artifacts from a settlement site of.
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  • 60.000Y.O: ACE SCRAPER 100mms NEANDERTHAL STONE AGE PALEOLITHIC MOUSTERIAN FLINT

    Mousterian tools required a preliminary shaping of the stone core from which the actual blade is struck off. The toolmakers either shaped a rock into a rounded surface before striking off the raised area as a wedge shaped flake (see photo at left), or they shaped the core as a long prism of stone before striking off triangular flakes from its length, like slices from a baguette.
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  • 40.000Y.O: ACE BURIN KEELED 95mms NEANDERTHAL MAN FLINT STONE AGE MOUSTERIAN

    Mousterian tools required a preliminary shaping of the stone core from which the actual blade is struck off. The toolmakers either shaped a rock into a rounded surface before striking off the raised area as a wedge shaped flake (see photo at left), or they shaped the core as a long prism of stone before striking off triangular flakes from its length, like slices from a baguette.
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  • TERRIFIC CLEAVER 149mms NEANDERTHAL MAN STONE AGE PALEOLITHIC MOUSTERIAN

    Mousterian tools required a preliminary shaping of the stone core from which the actual blade is struck off. The toolmakers either shaped a rock into a rounded surface before striking off the raised area as a wedge shaped flake (see photo at left), or they shaped the core as a long prism of stone before striking off triangular flakes from its length, like slices from a baguette.
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  • *SC* RARE DANISH NEOLITHIC THINBUTTED AXE / CHISEL, 3rd mill BC!

    A rare & attractive Danish neolithic flint axe from the time of the Great Burial Mounts. The axe measure 157 x 41 mm in length. The axe is polished on one side and unpolished on the other. Weight EU US & rest of the world.
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  • 60.000Y.O: ACE BORER 95mms NEANDERTHAL STONE AGE PALEOLITHIC MOUSTERIAN FLINT

    Mousterian tools required a preliminary shaping of the stone core from which the actual blade is struck off. The toolmakers either shaped a rock into a rounded surface before striking off the raised area as a wedge shaped flake (see photo at left), or they shaped the core as a long prism of stone before striking off triangular flakes from its length, like slices from a baguette.
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  • Ancient Stone Axe Neolithic FlintStone Age Artifact Tool Primitive Prehistoric

    100% Authentic.This ancient stone axe found around a farm in central of Thailand. Age : Stone age. Material : Stone. If the factory seal has not been broken and the item has not been installed.
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  • PRECIOUS HAND AX 145mms BIFACE NEANDERTHAL FLINT STONE AGE PALEOLITHIC ACHEULEAN

    Named for the type site, Saint-Acheul, in Somme département, in northern France, Acheulean tools were made of stone with good fracture characteristics, including chalcedony, jasper, and flint; in regions lacking these, quartzite might be used.
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  • Beautiful unique Polished Neolithic Stone Axe stone age tool ( White Flint) #15

    POLISHED NEOLITHIC STONE AGE. TOOL AXE. Material:white flint. Always ready to help. Condition shown on photo. Condition: see pictures.
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  • 55.000Y.O:ACE CORE AX 98mms NEANDERTHAL MAN JASPIS PALEOLITHIC MOUSTERIAN EUROPE

    Mousterian tools required a preliminary shaping of the stone core from which the actual blade is struck off. The toolmakers either shaped a rock into a rounded surface before striking off the raised area as a wedge shaped flake (see photo at left), or they shaped the core as a long prism of stone before striking off triangular flakes from its length, like slices from a baguette.
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  • 50.000Y.O: ACE SCRAPER 88mms FLINT NEANDERTHAL STONE AGE PALEOLITHIC MOUSTERIAN

    Mousterian tools required a preliminary shaping of the stone core from which the actual blade is struck off. The toolmakers either shaped a rock into a rounded surface before striking off the raised area as a wedge shaped flake (see photo at left), or they shaped the core as a long prism of stone before striking off triangular flakes from its length, like slices from a baguette.
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  • Neolithic Arrowhead - Western Sahara Region - Ovate Point/Tool - [ref z1]

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  • Ancient Stone Age Neolithic Flint Sickle Blades (4000-3000 BC)

    Ca. 4000-3000 BC. It takes about 7-30(depends on How far you are.).
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  • *SC*A CHOICE & POLISHED DANISH NEOLITHIC THINBUTTED AXE, 4th-3rd mill BC!!

    A rare & attractive 'thinbutted' Danish neolithic flint axe from the time of the Great Burial Mounts. Thinbutted axes were made larger and heavyer than earlier types of axes because they were designed to cut down forest and clear land for farming.
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  • 7200Y.O: UNIQUE SHOE LAST CELT 99mms STONE AGE NEOLITHIC LINEAR POTTERY CULTURE

    A Shoe-last celt ( Schuhleistenkeil ) is a long thin stone tool characteristic of the early Neolithic Linearbandkeramik and Hinkelstein cultures, also called Danubian I in the older literature. The tools are square in profile with a rounded top, which is why they are compared with shoe makers' lasts.Shape and wear show that they were used as adzes to fell trees and to work wood.
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  • TERRIFIC CHOPPING TOOL 130mms STONE AGE PALEOLITHIC HOMO ERECTUS HEIDELBERGENSIS

    Homo heidelbergensis is the species name now given to a range of. It is often classified as Homo heidelbergensis, but has also. The Homo Erectus Heidelbergensis is the ancestor of the. Outstanding Palaeolithic ( Paleolithic ) chopping tool.
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  • (21) Tiny Colorful Sahara Neolithic Stone Beads, Prehistoric African Artifacts

    (21) TINY COLORFUL NEOLITHIC STONE BEADS. These prehistoric beads arevery small, at less than 1/4" in diameter (4-5mm) and about 1/8" thick (3mm). I believe they are made of Carnelian, are invery good condition, and havenice color.
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  • SINGULAR ! Saharian UPPER PALEOLITHIC ! Flint TOOL - 52 mm LONG

    Found by me: genuine Upper Paleolithic flint tool from the Dakhlet country, in the Northern Mauritania.
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  • (5) Select Sahara Neolithic Stemmed Points, Prehistoric African Artifacts

    (5) SELECT SAHARA NEOLITHIC STEMMED POINTS. These prehistoric artifacts are just over & under 1.5" in length (35 - 40 mm). Check the photos to see if these will work for you because what you see is what you will receive.
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  • 55000Y.O: ACE BURIN 61mms NEANDERTHAL MAN JASPIS PALEOLITHIC MOUSTERIAN

    Mousterian tools required a preliminary shaping of the stone core from which the actual blade is struck off. The toolmakers either shaped a rock into a rounded surface before striking off the raised area as a wedge shaped flake (see photo at left), or they shaped the core as a long prism of stone before striking off triangular flakes from its length, like slices from a baguette.
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  • (2) Colorful Sahara Neolithic Stone Plugs/Labrets, Prehistoric African Artifacts

    (2) COLORFUL SAHARA NEOLITHIC PLUGS, LABRETS. These interesting little artifacts are 7/8" long (21 - 22 mm) and 1/4" in diameter. They are in very good condition, although the surfaces are a little rough, and have great color.
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  • 6800Y.O: GREAT SCRAPER 72mms DANISH STONE AGE MESOLITHIC FLINT KITCHEN MIDDEN C

    This terrific Neolithic flint artifact is called. Scrapers are unifacially retouched tools with a steep, wide-angled edge that is suitable for a number of tasks, including scraping hides (scrapers were used in the preparation of animal skins, to remove meat and muscle residue from the skin, giving a clean inside surface to the hide), planing wood or bone, and cutting like a knife.
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  • 60.000Y.O: TOP HAND AX 130mms NEANDERTHAL STONE AGE PALEOLITHIC MOUSTERIAN FLINT

    Mousterian tools required a preliminary shaping of the stone core from which the actual blade is struck off. The toolmakers either shaped a rock into a rounded surface before striking off the raised area as a wedge shaped flake (see photo at left), or they shaped the core as a long prism of stone before striking off triangular flakes from its length, like slices from a baguette.
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