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Flint Arrowheads

Flint Arrowheads

Just a step away from Glasgow University is the Kelvingrove Museum. My first Archaeology tutorial was in the Kelvingrove Museum, learning about the history of neolithic Scotland, and ending with us carefully playing with flint arrowheads from the Neolithic Age, the Iron Age and the Mesolithic Age. The first two arrowheads above are from the Iron Age, the second two from the Neolithic Age.

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One response

  1. nice! it is amazing how cultures so far apart, even across the atlantic ocean, in North America, had such similar point styles.

    thanks for your post

    andy

    February 24, 2010 at 4:56 pm

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