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A large and excellent Neolithic "Trapezoid" flint spear head from Norfolk
A large and excellent Neolithic
A large and excellent Neolithic A large and excellent Neolithic A large and excellent Neolithic A large and excellent Neolithic
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c.3000 B.C. A large and excellent Neolithic "Trapezoidal" flint spear head found many years ago in Two Mile bottom, near Thetford, Norfolk. Expertly fashioned from an attractive black and grey banded flint (very typically East Anglian!) and of a symmetrical Trapezoidal form, heavily worked on upper surface and worked around blade edges on reverse either side of a natural pebble cortex lined hollow that provides a naturally thinned furrow for hafting into the split end of a large wooden shaft using tree resin and sinew. Totally intact and in lovely condition with good surface ageing and patination with some iron oxide highlights on the percussion ridges adding to its appeal, a large and nicely worked example of the type, 86mm long x 61mm wide x 20mm at thickest,