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Timeless are pleased to offer a large example of a stone-age arrowhead, dating around 6000 years old.


The arrowhead is knapped in flint and is of Saharan African origin. Despite the movie industry portraying the Sahara as a vast sea of shifting sand, much of it is actually bare, windswept baserock, and stone artefacts (such as axes, scrapers, blades and arrowheads) can remain at the surface for a very long time. Neolithic arrowheads display countless variations in shape, however, the main categories of flint arrowhead are:


  • Leaf-shaped
  • Triangle / Hollow-based triangle
  • Petit Tranchet
  • Bifacial
  • Eccentric
  • Eiffel
  • Oblique
  • Barbed & tanged


The majority of the large arrowheads displayed here are leaf-shaped. 


If you would like a specific arrowhead, please let us know the arrowhead number in our Contacts Section.






SKU: 1255-1
  • Acquired by Timeless on the UK Mineral and Fossil Market, 2018. Originally of North African provenance.


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