Description: A Palaeolithic sub-triangular brown chert pointed handaxe with deep brown patina. Bifacially flaked with a straight cutting edge, the tip (perhaps 10-15 mm) lost, a large chip to the base and an old collectors label (now largely illegible) pasted on one side. Originally a nice implement, found at Thebes, Egypt.
Size: 95 mm/3.7 ins. in length
Date: c. 200,000-50,000 years B.P.
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