Neolithic Flint Axe Head


Code: OA142

Neolithic Flint Axe Head

A triangular flint axe head, manufactured from white flint, with straight blade, gradually tapering to the butt, dating c. 4,400-2,200 BC.

Provenance in photos; a group of Neolithic flint mines occur at Church Hill, Findon, West Sussex which are known to have produced unpolished axeheads together with knives, awls and leaf-shaped arrowheads.

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