A group of three Saharan Neolithic arrowheads, c. 6500-4000 B.C.

A group of three Saharan Neolithic arrowheads, c. 6500-4000 B.C.

Code: 2603

£25.00
 

Description: A group of three dark reddish brown chert arrowheads comprising a small triangular hollow-base bird point, a small triangular arrowhead with a pointed tang, and the largest, a barbed and tanged form with serrated edges. The smallest with a chip to the point, otherwise condition good.

Size: 12-23 mm/0.5-0.9 in. in length

Culture: Saharan Neolithic

Date: c. 6500-4000 B.C.

Provenance: From a Sussex private estate.