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Drill bit preform

Drills were very common tools for stone age communities. They would have been useful in a variety of craft activities such as wood and leather working. This example is known...

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Projectile point preform

If this tool had been finished it would have been a projectile point. These tools would be tied onto wooden sticks and used in hunting or as weapons. This example...

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Projectile point

If this tool had been finished it would have been a projectile point. These tools would be tied onto wooden sticks and used in hunting or as weapons. This example...

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Drill bit

Drills were very common tools for stone age communities. They would have been useful in a variety of craft activities such as wood and leather working. This example dates to...

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Drill bit preform

Drills were very common tools for stone age communities. They would have been useful in a variety of craft activities such as wood and leather working. This example is known...

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Drill bit

Drills were very common tools for stone age communities. They would have been useful in a variety of craft activities such as wood and leather working. This example dates to...

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Drill bit

Drills were very common tools for stone age communities. They would have been useful in a variety of craft activities such as wood and leather working. This example dates...

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Biface preform

This object is known as a preform and represents a stage in the making of a type of stone tool known as a biface. When completed these tools had sharp,...

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Drill bit

This stone drill comes from North America. Drills like this were a common tool type as they could be used for many different tasks, for example in woodworking or leather...

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Drill bit

This stone tool comes from North America. It has been bifacially worked, meaning that chips of stone have been knocked off both sides of the piece. This makes tools with...

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