World Artifacts

Stone Tomahawk Axe Head

Stone Tomahawk Axe Head.  This native American axe head was found in Harriton County, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Made from stone. Size 6″ x 3″ x 1 1/4″ inches. Dated 8,000 – 5,000 BC.   This is what is known as a full groove head. The groove to hold the handle was carved all the way around the axe head. ... Read More »

Arrowhead Abrader Sharpener

Arrowhead Abrader Sharpener.  This abrader arrowhead sharpener was found in Scioto County, Ohio, U.S.A. Made from stone. Size 2″ x 1 1/2″ x 3/4″ inches Dated 10,000 – 1,000 BC. The image (left) is of the underside of the abrader. Read More »

Native American Indian Paint Pot

Native American Indian Paint Pot.  Found in Ohio, U.S.A.   Made from banded slate. Size 1 1/2″ x 3/4 inches. Dated 2,000 – 1,000 BC.   This is a small finger pot for applying facial paint etc. The image (left) is the underside of the pot. Read More »

Eskimo Inuit Harpoon Tip

Old Eskimo Harpoon Tip. Bering Sea Culture.  Made from bone. Size 2 1/2″ inches. Dated 200 BC – 500 AD. The harpoon tip would be inserted onto a long shaft. A piece of sinew or cord would be threaded through the slit in the Harpoon tip, when pushed through into the animals body the tip would remain in the animal ... Read More »

Eskimo Inuit Hook

Old Eskimo Hook. Bering Sea Culture.  Made from bone or antler (partially fossilised). Size 3″ inches. Dated 200 BC – 500 AD. The harpoon tip would be inserted onto a long shaft. A piece of sinew or cord would be threaded through the slit in the Harpoon tip, when pushed through into the animals body the tip would remain in ... Read More »

Eskimo Inuit Harpoon Tip

Old Eskimo Harpoon Tip. Bering Sea Culture.  Made from wood (partially fossilised). Size 4″ inches. Dated 200 BC – 500 AD. The harpoon tip would be inserted onto a long shaft. A piece of sinew or cord would be threaded through the slit in the Harpoon tip, when pushed through into the animals body the tip would remain in the ... Read More »

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