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An ambiguous face, could it be that of an ape or monkey? in this worked flint.

An ambiguous face, could it be that of an ape or monkey? in this worked flint.

GROUP OF ELEVEN EGYPTIAN EPIPALEOLITHIC STONE TOOLS  Including scrapers and arrow heads of brown flint.  Ex old collection, Bochum, Germany.  Ca. 10,000-7,000 BC

Group of eleven egyptian epipaleolithic stone tools Including scrapers and arrow heads of brown flint. Ex old collection, Bochum, Germany.

Neolithic Arrow Point- Sahara desert, Northern Niger, Africa 9,000 to 4,000 years ago 4 cm long Material: Flint

Neolithic Arrow Point- Sahara desert, Northern Niger, Africa 9,000 to 4,000 years ago 4 cm long Material: Flint

Portable Rock Art and Figure Stones - Eoliths: Flint Blade Tool with Centralized Fossil Sea Shell...

Portable Rock Art and Figure Stones - Eoliths: Flint Blade Tool with Centralized Fossil Sea Shell.

Mesolithic flint tools;Multi-purpose flake tools  Mesolithic people were adept at making the most of their flint resources and sometimes produced flake tools designed to serve more than one purposes, such as these examples

Multi-purpose flake tools Mesolithic people were adept at making the most of their flint resources and sometimes produced flake tools designed to serve more than one purposes, such as these examples

Mousterian Bifacial Handaxe (Mousterian: a style of predominately flint tools assigned to Neanderthals) Middle Paleolithic period - 80,000-40,000 years ago - 3.54" (9 cm) length x 2.95" (7.5 cm) width - Northfleet, Kent, England

Middle Paleolithic Stone Age, Mousterian Bifacial Handaxe -- Circa years old -- Mousterian: A style of predominately flint tools assigned to Neanderthals -- Excavated in Northfleet, Kent, England.

7,500 to 5,000 BCE. The Hooks (Kook?) wide-small-base style Red Flint Dovetail blade found in Madison County, Ohio. 5" LONG, a rare red variety of Flint Ridge flint. The blade is formally known as a St. Charles point.

7,500 to 5,000 BCE. The Hooks (Kook?) wide-small-base style Red Flint Dovetail blade found in Madison County, Ohio. 5" LONG, a rare red variety of Flint Ridge flint. The blade is formally known as a St. Charles point.

Gravettian flint core and flakes from Pair-non-Pair

Gravettian flint core and flakes from Pair-non-Pair

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