Flint Blade

$540.00

During the Stone Age, flint tools were made by “knapping.” A process where one hard object is used to strike another hard object such as flint stone to create a shape or form. Flint was a natural choice as it splits when struck forming sharp splinters called flakes or blades.

Description

During the Stone Age, flint tools were made by “knapping.” A process where one hard object is used to strike another hard object such as flint stone to create a shape or form. Flint was a natural choice as it splits when struck forming sharp splinters called flakes or blades.

Additional information

Origin

Guerrero State, Mexico

Date

300 BC

Dimensions

5.25" x 2" x .5" With Stand 9" x 2" x 1.75"


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