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Together they illustrate the long history of the practice from about 3000 BC to the 19th century AD. She includes black-and-white photographs of all of ... morethem and color photographs of 20 [Book News]. A few famous examples of ancient Greek jewelry, such as an earring in the form of a siren, is a charming example of Greek jeweler's modeling.
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KNIFES==BERGERAC DORDOGNE. EX FRENCH COLLECTION. GOOD CONDITION.
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The pectoral is gold inlaid with lapis lazuli, carnelian, and turquoise, and the eyes of the shape made of actual flowers, fruits, and leaves, which were ... morepresented to guests to wear at banquets and other festivities.
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Publisher: Oxford University Press (1978). Pages: 134. The Oxford University collection of Greek, Etruscan and Roman gems and rings is one of the most ... morerepresentative in the world. REVIEW : Oxford University's collection of Greek, Etruscan and Roman gems and rings, in the Ashmolean Museum, is one of the most representative in the world.
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Mousterian scraper, by Neanderthal. Mousterian / Middle paleolithic tool. Origin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, France. This piece is from an ancient collection. ... moreIt has been found in the 1960-1970's.
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Mousterian blade / scraper, by Neanderthal. Mousterian / Middle paleolithic tool. Origin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, France. This piece is from an ancient ... morecollection. It has been found in the 1960-1970's.
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Early Neanderthal. Lower to Middle paleolithic tool - Acheulean to Mousterian period. Very nice scraper + drill. Professionnal Antique dealer from France. ... moreOrigin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, France.
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This axe is from an ancient collection. It has been found in the 1960-1970's. Material: Jasper/Flint.
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Middle Paleolithic / Mousterian. Neanderthal tool. We can notice small denticulate retouches on the active side. Origin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, France. ... moreProfessionnal Antique dealer from France.
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2 nice Mousterian Point - Neanderthal, paleolithic. Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France. Material : flint. It was discovered in 1960/1970's.
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Middle Paleolithic - Mousterian, Neanderthal, France. Large scraper, with 2 active side showing retouches and marks of use (lateral and end part). This ... moretool may have been also used as axe. Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France.
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Lower to Middle Paleolithic Acheulean to early Mousterian Neanderthal tool. Large notched scraper. Professionnal antique dealer from France. Origin: Bergerac ... morerégion, Dordogne, France.
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Mousterian Point - Neanderthal, paleolithic. Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France. It was discovered in 1960/1970's.
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Their efforts have provided further evidence for australopithecines, as well as for Homo habilis and Homo erectus. These would include Paranthropus ('robust ... moreaustralopithecines') or Australopithecus ('gracile australopiths’).
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There are two large pillars in the center of each complex which are encircled by slightly smaller stones facing inward. Archaeologists believe that these ... morepillars could have once supported roofs. The number suggests that another 16 complexes once existed at Göbekli Tepe.
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REVIEW: A powerful tract on behalf of prehistoric culture, intended to show the importance and relatively advanced nature of Stone Age civilization. Here ... morehe sets about to rectify things. And he argues, too, that prehistoric beings pioneered both visual art and science.
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Mousterian scraper on Levallois flake. Made by Neanderthal. Middle paleolithic, France.
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Mousterian / Middle paleolithic tool. Levallois point, by Neanderthal. This piece shows all the caracteristics of the point Levallois. Origin: Bergerac ... morerégion, Dordogne, France. Multitask tool (scrap, cut, etc).
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Mousterian bifacial scraper on nucleus "turtle shell". Middle Paleolithic - Neanderthal. The first aim was to knapp small flakes, knapping in cercle from ... morethe center; then the nucleus was adaptated into scraper.
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Middle Paleolithic / Mousterian. Neanderthal tool. The main active part is the point. That tool was used to work wood, bones, deer antlers. Origin: Bergerac ... morerégion, Dordogne, France. Professionnal Antique dealer from France.
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Weight: 383g. Lower Paleolithic scraper - Acheulean or early Mousterian, Neanderthal. Nice retouches on the active sides and at its end. Heavy tool, bifacial, ... morevery well knapped by our ancestor.
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Middle Paleolithic / Mousterian. Neanderthal tool - between 350 000 to 30 000 years old. Material: flint. Very nice blade, with many marks of use and ... moreretouches along the sharp edge. This tool is a very nice collector.
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Mousterian notched scraper - Large tool - Very nice retouches on the sharp edge ! Middle Paleolithic - Neanderthal. Origin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, ... moreFrance.
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Mousterian of Acheulean Tradition tool. Biface / hand-axe - made by Neanderthal. Middle Paleolithic - Neanderthal. Probably a "turtle shell" nucleus re-arranged ... morein hand axe. Professionnal Antique dealer.
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Middle Paleolithic tool - Mousterian (Neanderthal) - France. Very nice burin (chisel) and / or perforator (drill). Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France.
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Massive denticulate scraper / hand-saw - its weight is almost one kilo ! Made out of a very large flake. Very nice axe shape. Weight: 963g. Middle Paleolithic ... more- Mousterian period. Invoice provided, professionnal Antique dealer from France.
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Middle Paleolithic / Mousterian. To upper Paleolithic / late Neanderthal. This tool is a very nice collector. It was found in the 1970's in Dordogne region, ... moreBergerac area, France. Weight: 53,73g.
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Neanderthal tool. Interesting scraper on flake, with 2 active sides showing marks of use. The shape of the tool indicates a possible use as burin at the ... morepoint. Middle to Upper paleolithic tool. Origin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, France.
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Göbekli Tepe : Located in modern Turkey Göbekli Tepe is one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. The discovery of this stunning 10,000 ... moreyear old site in the 1990s sent shock waves through the archaeological world and beyond.
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With them was a rich and impressive collection of gold and silver objects dating back to the fifth and fourth centuries BC. From the banks of the River ... moreOxus, the entire hoard was, in due course, bequeathed to the British Museum.
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TRANSLATE Arabic Chinese French German Greek Indonesian Italian Hindi Japanese Korean Swedish Portuguese Russian Spanish Greek and Roman Jewellery(68 ... morePlates in Full Colour) by Filippo Coarelli. DESCRIPTION: Hardcover w/dustjacket(157 pages- 68 full color plates) Hamlyn/Cameo(1970) The history and jewelry wearing customs of the ancient Greeks and Romans. Sixty-Eight incredible color plates of ancient Greek and Roman Jewelry. Coffee Table Quality Reference(albeit small 8½*5½ inches) A fabulous reference! You’ll be thankful 100 times to have this book at your fingertips. The history and customs described are fascinating. The color pictures stunning. CONDITION: Hardcover w/dustjacket. Lightly browsed hardcover w/dustjacket. Pages are pristine; unblemished. Clean, crisp, unmutilated, bound very tightly, and unmarked. The book appears to have only been flipped through once or twice, and is"like new" except the top surface of closed page edges is slightly tanned and freckled(dust dinge/age spotting) however this is not only very faint, but also visible only when the pages are closed, not to individual pages, only to the mass of closed page edges) Otherwise exceptionally clean and exceptionally good condition. PLEASE SEE IMAGES BELOW FOR SAMPLE PAGES FROM INSIDE OF BOOK. This is a wonderful. High quality book originally produced in the U.K. and Italy in English for distribution world wide. The full color plates are simply magnificent, and the images are of the most fabulous gold jewelry ever produced and uncovered from ancient Greece and Rome. It is a wonderful reference for those interested in the history of jewelry, and wonderful pictures for whose who just want to admire the incredible gold jewelry of these grand empires. There are pictures of many pieces which I have never seen before, except in pricey museum catalogs. Still a wonderful reference despite being originally produced in 1966, it is divided into five sections: The Geometric and Orientalising Periods; Archaic Greece and Etruria; The Cla
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Earrings: From Antiquity to the Present by Daniela Mascetti and Amanda Triossi. DESCRIPTION: Hardback with Dust Jacket: 224 pages. Publisher: Thames and ... moreHudson; 1990) ISBN: 0500014930. There is an inexplicable magic about earrings. Unmatched by any other kind of jewelry. Uniquely, they move with a life of their own, voluptuous yet pure, cold yet provocative. Earrings have been worn since prehistoric times; ancient civilizations offered earrings to their goddesses, and today they remain the most demanding and rewarding exercises of the jeweler's art. Daniela Mascetti and Amanda Triossi, both experts from Sotheby's, are themselves under the spell of earrings, and their erudition does not disguise that this book is as much a romance as a fine piece of art-historical research. The authors relate how the fashion of wearing precious earrings spread from ancient Egypt to the Classical Greek and Roman worlds to Byzantium. Techniques in the cutting of gemstones and diamonds. Perfected in the eighteenth century, allowed earring design to evolve towards its most stylish and glamorous. Extraordinary and imaginative revivals of Classical and Roman motifs are here. The opulence of exquisitely crafted creations of gold and precious stones, the bold lines of Art Deco, and a rich proliferation of modern designs, from the most traditional to the most innovative, created by leading European and American designers. The book covers every period and style up to the present. The great names among designers and international jewelry houses; Cartier. Boucheron, Mellerio, Van Cleef& Arpels, Verdura, Andrew Grima, Merina B. David Webb, Harry Winston, Graff and Bulgari, are all represented in dazzling displays of precious and semi-precious earrings. Illustrations range from Rococo flowers and long, heavy girondoles thick with diamonds and emeralds to chaste Neoclassical disks and the delicate nodding sprays of the late nineteenth century. A wide-ranging study that will be a rich source of inspiration and delight for collectors,
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A denticulate (small saw). Upper Paleolithic ingenious 3 tasks tool on flake - End of Mousterian, Neanderthal. Origin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, France.
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Amazing Mousterian Biface / handaxe - Neanderthal, middle paleolithic in Sahara. Origin: Hoggar region, Algeria. Mousterian of Acheulean Tradition. Found ... morebetween 1952 and 1954 by a French army lieutenant.
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Mousterian / Middle Paleolithic Neanderthal. Origin: south of Bergerac, Dordogne, France. This very nice piece is from an ancient collection. It has been ... morefound in the 1960-1970's. The point may have been used as burin.
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This axe is from an ancient collection. It has been found in the 1960-1970's.
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Carinated side scraper. Lower to Middle Paleolithic - early Neanderthal in south-west of France. Professionnal Antique dealer from France. Origin: Bergerac ... morerégion, Dordogne, France. Used for butchery, leather work, peeling bones, wood, reindeer antlers.
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Mousterian scraper on flake. Middle Paleolithic - Neanderthal. Very nice notched scraper, used to scrap bones, sticks of wood, reindeer antlers. Origin: ... moreBergerac area, Dordogne, France.
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Very nice Levallois scraper. Early Neanderthal. Lower to Middle paleolithic tool - Acheulean to Mousterian period. Professionnal Antique dealer from France. ... moreOrigin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, France.
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Spectacular Mousterian point in flint. Middle Paleolithic - Neanderthal in France. Material : flint. Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France. Weight: ... more324g - Large and heavy tool.
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Huge Levallois scraper, with retouches / marks of use on the sharp edges. Weight: 575g. Lower to middle Paleolithic / Acheulean to Mousterian culture, ... moreearly Neanderthal. This very nice piece is from an ancient collection.
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Mousterian 2 tasks tool, drill + denticulate blade (hand-saw). Neanderthal, middle paleolithic. It was discovered in 1960/1970's.
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Middle Paleolithic / Mousterian. Levallois scraper and blade. Side scraper on one side with many marks of use. Blade on the other side with less marks ... moreof use. On Levallois long and thick flake, rectangular shape.
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Acheulean / early Mousterian tool. Origin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, France.
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Mousterian blade / scraper on Levallois flake. Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France. Material : flint.
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Mousterian Biface - Neanderthal, paleolithic. Very interesting artifact. It seems that it was made out of a previous biface, which broke and was fixed ... morethat way. Not usual shape, and artifact showing the capacities of création of Neanderthal.
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Mousterian - Neanderthal. The material is a very hard flint, found in south of Bergerac.
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Large carinated scraper - a part of cortex has been left. Early Neanderthal. Lower to Middle paleolithic tool - Acheulean to Mousterian period. Professionnal ... moreAntique dealer from France. Weight: 301g.
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Very nice Mousterian scraper in flint, very well knapped by Neanderthal. Mousterian scraper. Found in the 1970's in Dordogne region, Bergerac area, France.
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Lower Paleolithic - Acheulian. Heidelbergensis or Neanderthal. Nice cleaver / hachereau. Professionnal antique dealer from France. Clear marks of use ... moreon the sharp active edge. Material: chalcedony.
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Middle Paleolithic - Mousterian, Neanderthal, France. Large side scraper on Levallois nucleus / core. Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France.
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Impressive Mousterian scraper convergent. Middle Paleolithic, France. Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France.
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Mousterian side-scraper Neanderthal, paleolithic. Material : flint. See the drawing in the pictures for identification of this tool. It was discovered ... morein 1960/1970's.
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Middle Paleolithic tool - Mousterian (Neanderthal) France. Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France. Material: flint.
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We are not experts in any field and do not claim to be. Appears to be old but how old ?. I have no clue how old you be the judge from the pictures. Has ... moreage, use and surface wear as pictured. Many age flaws and imperfections as pictured.
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Lower Paleolithic / Acheulean. Homo heidelbergensis or / to Neanderthal. Very nice, large side scraper in chalcedony. Made on big flake.
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Mousterian denticulate on Levallois flake. Neanderthal, middle paleolithic. The use of such tool was to scrap, to saw, and also to scrap specifically ... morebones. Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France.
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Tranchet axe + side scraper. One side active as scraper + the end as tranchet. Middle paleolithic tool. Origin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, France.
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Mousterian side scraper + burin (chisel) - Neanderthal, middle paleolithic, south-west of France. Professionnal antique dealer from France since 2016. ... moreOrigin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France. It was discovered in 1960/1970's.
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Bifacial handaxe / biface. Mousterian / Middle Paleolithic, to Upper Paleolithic (end of Neanderthal). This very nice piece is from an ancient collection. ... moreIt has been found in the 1960-1970's. Origin: south of Bergerac, Dordogne, France.
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RARE PALAEOLITHIC STONE AGE NEANDERTHAL HANDAXE 7.5cm long 103g
Size: length 7.5cm Weight 103g Found in the Dordogne region of France. Typical squat handaxe of the type most often found in regions populated by Neanderthal man This item is over 30.000 years old. No modern damage see picture 100% guaranteed authentic or you can send it back for a refund Neolithic bronze age mesolithic palaeolithic
PALAEOLITHIC STONE AGE NEANDERTHAL FLINT SPEAR HEAD
Size: length 7.4cm Found in the ST Brice France 1960's. A beautifully made flint point thought to have been used by Neanderthal man as spearheads. This item is over 30.000 years old. No modern damage see picture 100% guaranteed authentic or you can send it back for a refund Neolithic bronze age mesolithic palaeolithic
TWO PALAEOLITHIC STONE AGE NEANDERTHAL FLINT SIDE SCRAPERS
Size: length 9.3cm and 8.5cm Found in the ST Brice France 1960's. Two beautifully made flint side scrapers thought to have been used by Neanderthal man to scrape the inside of hides for clothing. These items are over 30.000 years old. No modern damage see picture 100% guaranteed authentic or you can send it back for a refund Neolithic bronze age mesolithic palaeolithic
Ten Neanderthal Jasper Mousterian Blades from Fontmaure France
Ten Absolute Stunning and beautiful rare Neanderthal Blades from The Famous Neanderthal Site Fontmaure. France Perfect condition. All used pieces with clear user retouche/ flaking to the cutting edges Meassures +- 5 cm/ 2 inch Middle Paleolithic 80.000– 40.000 BP Fontmaure is one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world. It is located in the Vienne region. In the middle of France. Artifacts from Fontmaure have been dated 40.000-80.000 years and are fashioned by the Neanderthal people. The unique and extremely beautiful artifacts are often made of jasper. This jasper is only found at this site and makes these tools unique in the world. The small and intensively occupied site of Fontmaure was located directly on exposure of high quality jasper. The coincidence between raw material and the occurrence of this intensively occupied open-air ... moresites is one of the most striking characteristics of Middle Paleolithic site distributions in SW France. Sur la station de moustérien de tradition acheuléenne et de moustérien typique de Fontmare(Vienne) Fouillée par le dr. Pradel, la grande majorité de l’outillage est en jaspe opale d’origine locale. Il est probable que le gisement de jaspe a fixé l’habitat. Cette superbe matière multicolore transformant chaque object qu’elle produit en véritable bijou provient du sable sidérolithique sur lequel se sont installés les moustériens à une date relativement tardive de leur évolution. Il est évident que les moustériens de Fontmaure ont privilégié la beauté et non la solidité de la matière première’ Lorblanchet 1999. 98) Literature: Pradel. L. 1967: Les Gisements de Fontmaure. Toulouse(Travaux de L’Institut D’Art Prehistorique 1-150) I have a universal degree in Archaeology and I personal guarantee they are authentic. These pieces are found by myself and a friend of mine. I accept Paypal or international banktransfers(IBAN-BIC) Shipping Worldwide 15 dollar Combine shipping alw
Time Life Emergence of Man First Men Habilis Neanderthal Australopithecus Boisei
Time-Life TheEmergence of Man Series– The First Man. CONDITION: Light shelf wear. Otherwise in Very Good condition. Never read, Ready to Ship. PLEASE SEE IMAGES BELOW FOR JACKET DESCRIPTION(S) AND FOR PAGES OF PICTURES FROM INSIDE OF BOOK. DESCRIPTION: Hardcover: 160 pages. Publisher: Time-Life Books Inc. 1972) The“Emergence of Man” series was released in the mid-1970’s. Each volume undertakes to describe the major events that happened in one specific time period in the development of mankind’s civilization(s) The volumes are richly illustrated. And designed as an introduction to the time frame covered. Especially compelling are the artists interpretations or recreations of what various ancient civilizations would have looked like– their architecture, homes, monuments, cities, daily life, jewelry, food, family life, dwellings, occupations, ... moreetc. As just one instance, the ruins of Babylon and Ur, Athens and Rome hint at the incredible richness of those fabled cities. The artist’s recreations in this series are simply mind- numbing. This is as close as you can be to actually having been there. The entire series is truly a magnificent introduction to the history of the era. If you could have just one book(or series of books) to introduce the history of humankind. This would have to be it. The overviews are concise and well-written. Together with the illustration and pictures they impart a wonderful mental and emotional“picture” of what life must have been like in various civilizations and at various times. Done in a style so wonderfully characteristic of Time-Life’s publications, these are over-sized“coffee table” type books full of impressive imagery. The pictures of the world’s greatest art and architecture alone are worth the cost of these books. But don’t get the impression that these volumes are“fluff” While a particular volume might not quite take the place as a university degree, the material is well-written, informative, and immensely intellectually gratifying, overview though it might be. I alwa
Two Neanderthal Mousterian Axes from Le Grand Pressigny France
Two Fine Mousterian/ Neanderthal Axes from Le Grand- Pressigny. France Perfect condition. Meassures 11 and 9 cm/ 4.3 and 3.5 inch Middle Paleolithic 250.000– 40.000 BP I have a universal degree in Archaeology and I personal guarantee they are authentic. These pieces are found by a friend of mine. I accept Paypal or international banktransfers(IBAN-BIC) Shipping Europe 20 dollar Worldwide shipping 30 dollar Combine shipping always possible
Vintage Comical Neanderthal Caveman Figural Men's Dresser Caddy or Valet
Vintage Comical Neanderthal Caveman Figural Men's Dresser Caddy or Valet This is a vintage comical Neanderthal caveman with fur hair figural men’s dresser caddy or valet. It is approximately 9 ½ inches high not including his fur hair. The base is approximately 4 ½ x 4 ½ inches. It has a predominately matte finish with areas of glaze. There is an even crazing. There are two flea bites on his right forearm. It is in overall great display condition for a used caveman. It is not marked. We accept PayPal. Payment is expected within 3 days after auction ends. We ship Parcel Select and Priority Mail. Please see the shipping calculator for shipping rates. Return Policy: We take reasonable care to describe items accurately. Please understand that all information pertaining to age. Condition, origin, etc. are approximations. Most ... moreitems are used, second-hand, or antique, and may have more minor condition issues than mentioned. We do not sell on approval. In the unlikely event we grossly misrepresented an item, we offer a full refund of the bid price. Just email us within four days of delivery. Any returns must be received within 14 days and in the exact same condition as received. Bidders are responsible for all shipping, handling and insurance costs, including any return shipping costs. If you are unsure of any information provided, require additional information or would like additional photographs, please email us prior to bidding. Thanks for looking at our auction! On Feb-28-13 at 18:25:06 PST. Seller added the following information: Use the FREE Counters 1 million sellers do- Vendio!
Museum Rare Neanderthal Man Bobbitt Laboratories Reconstruction Model Head
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Gorgeous Sturdy Neanderthal Notch, Flint Silex Mousterian approx. 50.000 BC
Gorgeous Sturdy Neanderthal Notch. Flint Silex Mousterian approx. 50.000 BC Description Type: notch on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Paleolithic: Mousterian in Acheulian Tradition. Dating: approx. 58.000 to 40.0000 B.C. Description: Size: length 4.7 cm, weight 39 grams, Shape. Retouch: a sturdy triangular flake of which the right lateral edge is continuously retouched with a deep notch. The notch at the left is is flat. The tip has a retouch at it’s right edge. Proximal end is thick with platform preparation. What makes this tool particular is it’s worn surface, edges and retouch are rounded. There were several of these tools found at this site, reason for the worn surface is unknown(and reminds of the similarily worn tools of Le Moustier, the famous Mousterian site which located close to this site here and is of the same age) ... moreRaw-material: grey flint with marbled creamy patination, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a settlement site(rock shelter) in the Vézère-valley. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.70(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Exceptional Neanderthal Multi-Tool: Endscrapers - Borer, Mousterian 50.000 BC
Exceptional Neanderthal Multi-Tool: Endscrapers- Borer. Mousterian 50.000 BC Description Type: multi-tool on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Paleolithic: Mousterian in Acheulian Tradition. Dating: approx. 58.000 to 40.0000 B.C. Description: Size: length 4.9 cm, weight 14 grams, Shape. Retouch: an exceptional double-pointed multi-tool an elongated flake. Both ends are small endscrapers with beautiful bladelet-like flaking. A rare type of tool with respect to Mousterian. The left lateral edge has a continuous semi-abrupt retouch, the right edge has a borer with alternate retouch(pictures 5, 6, see dotted lines highlightning the retouch) Raw-material: tan colored flint with pretty. Slightly“greasy” surface, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a settlement site(rock shelter) in the Vézère-valley. We ... morehave been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.70. 500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Terrific Neanderthal Straight Scraper, Mousterian Famous Provenance 50.000 BC
Terrific Neanderthal Straight Scraper. Mousterian Famous Provenance 50.000 BC Description Type: single straight side scraper on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Palaeolithic: Mousterian/ Mousterian in Acheulian Tradition(MAT) Dating: the particular site: ca. 55.000- 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 5.0 cm, weight 19 grams, Shape. Retouch: a terrific straight scraper on flat triangular flake: the right edge has a great continuous retouch- parallel flaking and edge refining- corner to the distal end included. Sorry. The pictures don’t do it justice. Distal end of the tool is wedge-shaped and slightly curved, with finely serrated retouch/ use-wear. Raw-material: marbled brown patinated flint with a white. Semi-translucent area at the left part of the distal end. Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: Le Moustier. ... moreThe most famous Mousterian site in France. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.70(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Pair of Nice Aterian / Neanderthal Artifacts ca. 55,000-12,000BP ! ap4
Hello. Here is a pair of authentic Late Middle Stone Age to Upper/Middle Paleolithic Early Man artifacts-arrowheads, tools, scrapers or knives- that date to ca. 55,000- 12,000 B.P. It is believed that the Aterian tool technology may have been used by both Cro Magnon Man and Neanderthals as there was at least one Aterian site that reportedly dates back to around 80,000 B.C. These tools were found on an eroded site in the Sahara Desert- Algeria. North Africa. Very interesting specimens! The largest artifact measures about 5.4cm or 2 1/8" in length! Please note: This has been photographed with halogen lighting. Colors may vary in different lighting conditions. Combine and save on shipping! PAYMENT An invoice will be emailed to you within 24 hours of the close of the auction. Payment is expected within 7 days. Unless you have notified us ... morethat you would like to combine with some of our other auctions. Domestic and International: We accept PayPal. Please feel free to email if you have any questions. SHIPPING& HANDLING Domestic: USPS Priority Mail w/ Delivery Confirmation $5.95. Or USPS First Class Mail w/Delivery Confirmation $3.95 International: USPS First Class Mail to Canada $8.95. Or USPS Priority Mail $20.95 USPS First Class worldwide $9.95. Or USPS Priority Mail $24.95 PLEASE NOTE: As of January 27. 2013 USPS has increased the postal rates COMBINE AND SAVE ON SHIPPING! INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: Import duties and taxes are not included in the item price or the shipping charges. These are the buyers responsibility. If you are concerned about them. Please check with your country's customs office before bidding RETURN POLICY We guarantee you will be satisfied with your item or we'll refund your purchase price. Less shipping charge, upon safe return of the item in original condition within 14 days. Prior to returning the item, please contact us within 48 hours of receiving item. If your item arrives damaged. Please contact us within 24 hours of receiving as we will be happy to resolve any is
Three Very Beautiful Neanderthal Jasper Mousterian Blade from Fontmaure France
Absolute Stunning and beautiful rare Neanderthal Blade from The Famous Neanderthal Site Fontmaure. France Perfect condition. Nice user retouche along the cutting edges Meassures 9.5 cm- 7 cm- 7 cm/ 3.7 inch-2.8 inc- 2.8 inch Middle Paleolithic 80.000– 40.000 BP Fontmaure is one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world. It is located in the Vienne region. In the middle of France. Artifacts from Fontmaure have been dated 40.000-80.000 years and are fashioned by the Neanderthal people. The unique and extremely beautiful artifacts are often made of jasper. This jasper is only found at this site and makes these tools unique in the world. The small and intensively occupied site of Fontmaure was located directly on exposure of high quality jasper. The coincidence between raw material and the occurrence of this intensively occupied open-air ... moresites is one of the most striking characteristics of Middle Paleolithic site distributions in SW France. Sur la station de moustérien de tradition acheuléenne et de moustérien typique de Fontmare(Vienne) Fouillée par le dr. Pradel, la grande majorité de l’outillage est en jaspe opale d’origine locale. Il est probable que le gisement de jaspe a fixé l’habitat. Cette superbe matière multicolore transformant chaque object qu’elle produit en véritable bijou provient du sable sidérolithique sur lequel se sont installés les moustériens à une date relativement tardive de leur évolution. Il est évident que les moustériens de Fontmaure ont privilégié la beauté et non la solidité de la matière première’ Lorblanchet 1999. 98) Literature: Pradel. L. 1967: Les Gisements de Fontmaure. Toulouse(Travaux de L’Institut D’Art Prehistorique 1-150) I have a universal degree in Archaeology and I personal guarantee they are authentic. I found these pieces myself. I accept Paypal or international banktransfers(IBAN-BIC) Shipping Worldwide 15 dollar Combine shipping always possible
Museum Quality Neanderthal Point, Flint Silex, Mousterian approx. 50.000 BC
Museum Quality Neanderthal Point. Flint Silex, Mousterian approx. 50.000 BC Description Type: laterally retouched point on Clacton flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Paleolithic: Mousterian in Acheulian Tradition. Dating: approx. 58.000 to 40.0000 B.C. Description: Size: length 5.9 cm, weight 38 grams, Shape. Retouch: a museum quality point on Clacton flake with interior platform angle greater than 105 degrees. And wide plain platform remnant. It has an Y-shaped scar-morphology on the exterior side, with the medial ridge at the distal part, guiding removal of the flake. This very even point has an accommodation retouch at the right edge and a significant retouch at the cortical left edge. Raw-material: dark brown flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a settlement site(rock shelter) in the Vézère-valley. ... moreWe have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.60. 500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Gorgeous Rare Neanderthal Scraper on Platform and More, Mousterian 50.000 BC
Gorgeous Rare Neanderthal Scraper on Platform and More. Mousterian 50.000 BC Description Type: scraper on platform on Levallois flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Paleolithic: Mousterian in Acheulian Tradition. Dating: approx. 58.000 to 40.0000 B.C. Description: Size: length 7.1 cm, weight 39 grams, Shape. Retouch: real scraper on platform are rare this one here is a clear specimen on long even Levallois target-flake. The original wide. Broadly faceted platform remnant got an additional parallel retouch and has much fine edge modification. Otherwise the tool has a cutting edge left, with fine retouch and use-wear, a convex distal end with fine retouch, and a beautiful retouch at the“nosed” part of the right lateral edge. Raw-material: brown flint with some creamy patination, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: ... morea settlement site(rock shelter) in the Vézère-valley. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.60. 500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Fabulous Neanderthal Endscraper, Flint Silex, Mousterian approx. 50.000 BC
Fabulous Neanderthal Endscraper. Flint Silex, Mousterian approx. 50.000 BC Description Type: laterally retouched endscraper on blade. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Paleolithic: Mousterian in Acheulian Tradition. Dating: approx. 58.000 to 40.0000 B.C. Description: Size: length 5.4 cm, weight 24 grams, Shape. Retouch: a blade with plain platform remnant and partly cortical exterior side. The significant retouch at distal end(endscraper) and right lateral edge partly peeled off the cortex. Is partly made on the cortex. Right edge of the interior side is retouched at the medial part, Raw-material: yellowish-brown flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a settlement site(rock shelter) in the Vézère-valley. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? ... moreDon’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.60. 500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
GIBRALTAR.YEAR 2008 ONE POUND.DISCOVERY NEANDERTHAL SKULL IN EX CONDITION
GIBRALTAR. YEAR 2008 ONE POUND. DISCOVERY NEANDERTHAL SKULL IN EX CONDITION
FANTASY ART POSTER Frank Frazetta NEANDERTHAL 1980 Huge 18" x 24"
FANTASY POSTER/ PRINT Print by Frank Frazetta of Neanderthals. Image was featured on the cover of'Frank Frazetta's Neanderthal' No. 1 Item is in good condition with some wear from storage and age. See photo for details. Approx 17.5" x 23.5" Due to the fact that this poster has been stored rolled it will be shipped mailed in a tube. Buyer pays shipping. Paypal OK. Thanks for looking. Combining is ok. ANY ITEM THAT GOES OVER 75$ WILL GO REGISTERED. THIS INCLUDES THE TOTAL VALUE OF ALL ITEMS BEING SHIPPED!
Lot of 8 Aterian / Neanderthal Lithic Artifacts ca.55,000-12,000BP atp3
Hello. Here is a nice lot of Late Middle Stone Age to Upper/Middle Paleolithic Early Man artifacts- arrowheads, tools, scrapers or knives- that dates to ca. 55,000- 12,000 B.P. It is believed that the Aterian tool technology may have been used by both Cro Magnon Man and Neanderthals as there was at least one Aterian site that reportedly dates back to around 80,000 B.C. They were found on an eroded site in the Sahara Desert- Algeria. North Africa. Very interesting specimens! The largest artifact measures about 5.8cm or 2 5/16" in length! Please note: This has been photographed with halogen lighting. Colors may vary in different lighting conditions. Combine and save on shipping! If you have any questions please email. PAYMENT An invoice will be emailed to you within 24 hours of the close of the auction. Payment is expected within 7 days. ... moreUnless you have notified us that you would like to combine with some of our other auctions. Domestic and International: We accept PayPal. Please feel free to email if you have any questions. SHIPPING& HANDLING Domestic: USPS Priority Mail w/ Delivery Confirmation $5.95. Or USPS First Class Mail w/ Delivery Confirmation $3.95 International: USPS First Class Mail to Canada $8.95. Or USPS Priority Mail $ 20.95 USPS First Class worldwide $ 1 2.95. Or USPS Priority Mail $ 24.95 Please note: As of January 27. 2013 USPS has increased some of the postal rates COMBINE AND SAVE ON SHIPPING! INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: Import duties and taxes are not included in the item price or the shipping charges. These are the buyers responsibility. If you are concerned about them. Please check with your country's customs office before bidding Please email me if you have any questions about shipping sizes RETURN POLICY We guarantee you will be satisfied with your item or we'll refund your purchase price. Less shipping charge, upon safe return of the item in original condition within 14 days. Prior to returning the item, please contact us within 48 hours of receiving item. If yo
SCOUT MEETING AT HOMO SAPIENS NEANDERTHAL ( KRAPINA MAN ) SCOUTING Croatia patch
Real pictures. Beautifull and rare Croatian scouting patch. SHIPPING& HANDLING PRICE( all countries) INSURED LETTER = 7.00 US$ I combine postage if buy more items. PAYMENT: Paypal Skrill( ex- Moneybookers) I prefer this payment.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fvo%7B%3Dd70f%2Bf52%3E-13e79b9958f-0xfc-
HOTLEGS-NEANDERTHAL MAN/HERD-I DON'T WANT OUR LOVIN' TO
Welcome to 45's for YOUR Pleasure and this our" For Your Jukebox" section.Of course all these 45's are perfectly suitable for"normal" use-we just classify them as"for your jukebox" as most have hits on BOTH sides of the record-so GREAT VALUE for jukebox owners-where space is very limited! Here's just ONE example from our fabulous stock list.there are HUNDREDS MORE at"buy it now"prices in our eBay shop.just click on the link below to buy and they could be on your jukebox in 24 hrs! HOTLEGS NEADERTHAL MAN b/w: HERD I DON'T WANT OUR LOVIN' TO DIE ON UK.OLD GOLD RECORDS.VINYL IN NEAR MINT CONDITION. ORIGINAL UK STYLE SMALL HOLE CENTRE-HOWEVER FOR USA/JUKEBOX USE WE CAN HAPPILY"DINK" PUNCH OUT) THE CENTRE.FREE OF CHARGE.JUST ASK WHEN MAKING YOUR PAYMENT! ALL items are 7" ... moreVINYL/45rpm unless stated-under this catergory we generally don't grade or supply original sleeves but send in a crisp.New white sleeve.COLLECTORS-if you do require original sleeves etc PLEASE email to request/check if we have one.always happy to help! WE HAVE LITERALLY THOUSANDS MORE 45's IN OUR eBAY SHOP.WHY NOT CHECK OUT THE FULL LISTINGS BY SIMPLY CLICKING ON THE LINK BELOW. DO visit our eBay Shop: 45's for your pleasure And.remember.We are adding new listings DAILY. Be sure to add us to your favorites list! and take a regular look! POST AND PACKING(SHIPPING) These charges are extra. 7" vinyl singles charges are: UK-NOW FREE! FOR UK.BUYERS(SENT 1ST CLASS MAIL) EUROPE-£3.00 FIRST ITEM AND THEN £0.30 EACH ADDITIONAL(SENT AIRMAIL) USA/CANADA/JAPAN/AUSTRALIA ETC.£3.50 FIRST ITEM THEN £0.50 EACH ADDITIONAL(SENT AIRMAIL) Optional RECORDED DELIVERY(U.K) is £0.80 per package. Optional SIGNED FOR(Overseas) is £3.50 per package. REGRET WE CAN ACCEPT NO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS IF THE ABOVE OPTION IS NOT TAKEN OUT. MULTI-ITEM BUYERS-PLEASE"REQUEST A TOTAL FROM SELLER" OR ADJUST THE EBAY INVOICE SENT FOR POSTAGE DISCOUNT.
Four Beautiful Neanderthal Jasper Mousterian Artifacts from Fontmaure France
Three beautiful Neanderthal Blades and a Scraper from The Famous Neanderthal Site Fontmaure. France Perfect condition. Nice user retouche along the cutting edges Meassures 10 cm- 5.5 cm/ 3.9 inch-2.2 inch Middle Paleolithic 80.000– 40.000 BP Fontmaure is one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world. It is located in the Vienne region. In the middle of France. Artifacts from Fontmaure have been dated 40.000-80.000 years and are fashioned by the Neanderthal people. The unique and extremely beautiful artifacts are often made of jasper. This jasper is only found at this site and makes these tools unique in the world. The small and intensively occupied site of Fontmaure was located directly on exposure of high quality jasper. The coincidence between raw material and the occurrence of this intensively occupied open-air sites is one of ... morethe most striking characteristics of Middle Paleolithic site distributions in SW France. Sur la station de moustérien de tradition acheuléenne et de moustérien typique de Fontmare(Vienne) Fouillée par le dr. Pradel, la grande majorité de l’outillage est en jaspe opale d’origine locale. Il est probable que le gisement de jaspe a fixé l’habitat. Cette superbe matière multicolore transformant chaque object qu’elle produit en véritable bijou provient du sable sidérolithique sur lequel se sont installés les moustériens à une date relativement tardive de leur évolution. Il est évident que les moustériens de Fontmaure ont privilégié la beauté et non la solidité de la matière première’ Lorblanchet 1999. 98) Literature: Pradel. L. 1967: Les Gisements de Fontmaure. Toulouse(Travaux de L’Institut D’Art Prehistorique 1-150) I have a universal degree in Archaeology and I personal guarantee they are authentic. I found these pieces myself. I accept Paypal or international banktransfers(IBAN-BIC) Shipping Europe 15 dollar Shipping Worldwide 25 dollar Combine shipping always possible
Very Beautiful Large Neanderthal Jasper Mousterian Artifact Fontmaure France
Absolute Verrrrrrry Beautiful and Rare Neanderthal Artifact/ Chisel from The Famous Neanderthal Site Fontmaure. France Perfect condition. A rare large natural piece of stunning coloured jasper made into a beautiful artifact by flaking a few parts of the edges This is one of the most beautiful and largest artifacts I ever found at Fontmaure Mail me for any questions Meassures 25 cm-14 cm/ 9.8 inch-5.5 inch Middle Paleolithic 80.000– 40.000 BP Fontmaure is one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world. It is located in the Vienne region. In the middle of France. Artifacts from Fontmaure have been dated 40.000-80.000 years and are fashioned by the Neanderthal people. The unique and extremely beautiful artifacts are often made of jasper. This jasper is only found at this site and makes these tools unique in the world. The small and intensively ... moreoccupied site of Fontmaure was located directly on exposure of high quality jasper. The coincidence between raw material and the occurrence of this intensively occupied open-air sites is one of the most striking characteristics of Middle Paleolithic site distributions in SW France. Sur la station de moustérien de tradition acheuléenne et de moustérien typique de Fontmare(Vienne) Fouillée par le dr. Pradel, la grande majorité de l’outillage est en jaspe opale d’origine locale. Il est probable que le gisement de jaspe a fixé l’habitat. Cette superbe matière multicolore transformant chaque object qu’elle produit en véritable bijou provient du sable sidérolithique sur lequel se sont installés les moustériens à une date relativement tardive de leur évolution. Il est évident que les moustériens de Fontmaure ont privilégié la beauté et non la solidité de la matière première’ Lorblanchet 1999. 98) Literature: Pradel. L. 1967: Les Gisements de Fontmaure. Toulouse(Travaux de L’Institut D’Art Prehistorique 1-150) I have a universal degree in Archaeology and I personal guarantee
Large Neanderthal Jasper Mousterian Saw / Cutting Tool from Fontmaure France
Absolute Large and Stunning Neanderthal Cutting Tool from The Famous Neanderthal Site Fontmaure. France Perfect condition. A rare large natural piece of yellow jasper made into a beautiful artifact by flaking and using the edges Nice retouche/ flaking all over the edges Meassures 16 cm-11 cm/ 6.3 inch-4.3 inch Middle Paleolithic 80.000– 40.000 BP Fontmaure is one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world. It is located in the Vienne region. In the middle of France. Artifacts from Fontmaure have been dated 40.000-80.000 years and are fashioned by the Neanderthal people. The unique and extremely beautiful artifacts are often made of jasper. This jasper is only found at this site and makes these tools unique in the world. The small and intensively occupied site of Fontmaure was located directly on exposure of high quality jasper. The ... morecoincidence between raw material and the occurrence of this intensively occupied open-air sites is one of the most striking characteristics of Middle Paleolithic site distributions in SW France. Sur la station de moustérien de tradition acheuléenne et de moustérien typique de Fontmare(Vienne) Fouillée par le dr. Pradel, la grande majorité de l’outillage est en jaspe opale d’origine locale. Il est probable que le gisement de jaspe a fixé l’habitat. Cette superbe matière multicolore transformant chaque object qu’elle produit en véritable bijou provient du sable sidérolithique sur lequel se sont installés les moustériens à une date relativement tardive de leur évolution. Il est évident que les moustériens de Fontmaure ont privilégié la beauté et non la solidité de la matière première’ Lorblanchet 1999. 98) Literature: Pradel. L. 1967: Les Gisements de Fontmaure. Toulouse(Travaux de L’Institut D’Art Prehistorique 1-150) I have a universal degree in Archaeology and I personal guarantee it is authentic. I found this piece myself. I accept Paypal or international banktransfers(IBAN-
MOUSERIAN HAFTED POINT; Neanderthal Culture
MOUSERIAN HAFTED POINT; Neanderthal Culture click picture to enlarge click picture to enlarge This is a Mouserian Hafted Point(about 45.000 years old) It is from Neanderthal Culture and was found at Ouargla, Algeria. A beautiful example of a"cave man" tool. All coins and artifacts that I sell are guaranteed genuine I pledge never to represent a copy or fake item as genuine- ever! If you are ever unhappy with an item that you purchased. You can return it with no questions asked. tr-coins has the following return policy: You have seven days to decide if you want to keep an item you purchased. If you are returning an item. Please email me and let me know that you are returning the item. If I have a similar item. You will have the option of taking a replacement, or a refund of your purchase price. Shipping costs are not refundable. ... moreMy goal is to sell sell genuine items at reasonable prices. And to provide fast shipping. I am an ANA Member(3154120) Thank you for looking. Tony for more great items! Payment should be made by PayPal. I try to ship all items within three busisness days. All items that are valued over fifty dollars must be insured All items will be shipped by USPS. Items over fifty dollars will be shipped Priority Insured. With a tracking number. All items; coins. Fossils and artifacts will be carefully packaged and promptly shipped. I try to give a complete description of all items that I list. Items are photographed and/or scanned to give an image that is as close to what you will receive as possible. I never try to phothshop an image to improve its looks. If you have any questions please contact me before the end of the auction. I will usually answer all questions within 24 hours.l Add to Favorite Sellers. Other Items. Feedback. Contact. About Page. EBay Store. Txzj pxzj2506 txzj1 txzj87
2007 GIBRALTAR £1 coin - Neanderthal Scull
2007 Gibraltar £1/ 1 pound coin Commemorating the discovery of a Neanderthal scull in Gibraltar in 1848 Although this coin has been in circulation it is in very good condition. Payments: I will accept the following methods of payment: Paypal, Personal cheques(GB Pounds only) U K Post office Postal Orders. I do NOT accept any International money orders or personal cheques not in GB pounds. Note: A discount on postage will be available if you purchase more than one of my items. The discount on coins is as follows: For each additional coin that you purchase add the following to the shipping rate: 10p for United Kingdom. £0.20 for Europe or £0.30 for the Rest of the world. Powered by
GIBRALTAR 1 POUND DISCOVERY OF NEANDERTHAL SKULL UNC 2005
CONDITION: UNC(Uncirculated) Nickel-Brass alloy. Measurements: diameter 22.50 mm; weight 9.50 gr. SHIPPING BY REGULAR MAIL WITHOUT TRACKING NUMBER(AT YOUR RISK) Europe(includes UK) 1 coin– US$ 2.80. + each additional coin– US$ 0.50. USA. Canada, China + rest of the world: 1 coin– US$ 4.90. + each additional coin– US$ 1.00. SHIPPING BY REGISTERED MAIL: Europe(includes UK) 1 coin– US$ 5.90. + each additional coin– US$ 1.00 USA. Canada, China + rest of the world: 1 coin– US$ 7.80. + each additional coin– US$ 1.50. If total price of your order is over US$ 30.00 shipping only by Registered mail. PLEASE. WATCH MY OTHER ITEMS AND SAVE MONEY ON COMBINED SHIPPING! Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Rare Biface Mousterian Handaxe - France Bavaria Germany - Neanderthal Lithic!!
Full provenance given to winning bidder Ex: American collection) On offer: a guaranteed authentic Mousterian tool- Classic Biface Hand Axe; European Middle Paleolithic. Approx 250,000-40,000BP( 4 inches approx) With amazing flaking and a wonderful organic white patina caused by thousands of years of climate and exposure change. This is a very rare example! There is a notched area on the bottom that exposes the old original darker flint. A great sign to its authenticity. There is also a slight chip to the top of the axe, but there is patina developed there; so it is not a modern break but most likely happened Epoch's ago. Posted with
Nice Mid Paleolithic to Neanderthal Era Hand Axe
Mid Paleolithic to Neanderthal Era Hand Axe from North Africa; 3 3/16"L x 2 1/8"W. Made of a grainy greenish/ red Jasper like stone hidden under an eroded wind gloss desert patina. The side longest exposed to the harsh desert winds is more polished than the other. An old chip on the backside reveals the underlying stone. If not for this chip. I may have described this example as black basalt. The study of these old African tools involves both the science of archeology and geology. We need to know the age and provenance of the artifact, and the effect of time and the environment on the stone. Overall Excellent Condition, fine ovate shaping and proportions. An exceptional example of an early axe; 45,000 to 250,000 BP. Fully guaranteed.
French paleolithic : Neanderthal Mousterian Point (- 100 000 / -41 000 YO)
FRENCH MOUSTERIAN FLINT Collected in Normandy-France in 19 6 0-75(Old collection E. Doruard) the tools that I propose for sale are from old excavations and collections made ​​after the Second World War by collectors scholars. As such, they were reported and listed at the time of their discovery. Today. It is forbidden to search for prehistoric tools. So you have now a rare opportunity to acquire objects exeptionals man-made there are hundreds of thousands of years. Year after year fewer and fewer objects will be found in the circuits of auction or at very high price( the stock are not repeated! To be sure to be kept informed of my new sales, add me to your! MOUSTERIAN POINT* Area/context: Calvados(Normandy) West of Paris Basin. Occupation area of neanderthal and Omo Erectus Period: Mousterian(middle paleolithic) 300 000- 30 000 BC. Mousterian ... moreis a name given by archaeologists to a style of predominantly flint tools(or industry) associated primarily with Homo neanderthalensis and dating to the Middle Paleolithic. The middle part of the Old Stone Age. The culture was named after the type site of Le Moustier. A rock shelter in the Dordogne region of France. Similar flintwork has been found all over unglaciated Europe and also the Near East and North Africa. Handaxes, racloirs and points constitute the industry; sometimes a Levallois technique or another prepared-core technique was employed in making the flint flakes. Wikipedia) Type of artefact: Precious and fine Moust er ian Point Preciously retouched. Rest of cortex Large bulb and scares of percussion No recent accident. Perfect condition! patina very homogeneous and esthetic( the flint patina is a very good evidence to considerate the authenticity of prehistoric flint artefact. A very long period is necessary to get it(be careful of the recents imitations) Size/weight: 10 X 4 cms- 76 grs S pectacular collector's item! Please. Do not hesitate to Check out my! Paiement and shipping informations* Shipments went all o
GIBRALTAR. YEAR 2010. ONE POUND. DISCOVERY NEANDERTHAL SKULL. UNCIRCULATED.
GIBRALTAR. YEAR 2010. GIBRALTAR. YEAR 2010. COIN. ONE POUND. ELIZABETH II. REVERSE. DISCOVERY OF THE NEANDERTHAL SKULL IN GIBRALTAR 1848. UNCIRCULATED. POSTAGE COST. STANDARD AIRMAIL: EUROPE CANADÁ AND USA AUSTRALIA. ASIA, JAPÓN £4.40 £ 4.90 5.40 GBP REGISTERED MAIL: EUROPE: £5.90, OTHERS COUNTRIES. £6.90 PAYMENT: PAYPAL OR BANK TRANSFER
HOTLEGS NEANDERTHAL MAN . EX JUKE BOX CLEANED CHECKED & TESTED
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Precious Neanderthal Sturdy Denticulate, Stone Age Mousterian 50.000 BC
Precious Neanderthal Sturdy Denticulate. Stone Age Mousterian 50.000 BC Description Type: denticulate on Clacton flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Palaeolithic: Mousterian. Mousterian in Acheulian Tradition(MAT) Dating: approx. 52.000 to 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 5.3 cm, weight 34 grams, Shape. Retouch: a precious denticulate on Clacton flake(interior platform angle greater than 105 degrees) It has a thick angular back at the left edge(last picture shows it’s proximal part. Picture 6 it’s distal part) a pointed retouched tip(picture 5) and a denticulated retouch at the right edge. This retouch is made with few broad strikes first, and then fine edge flaking was added. Raw-material: marbled cream- grey patinated flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: famous settlement site near the Vézère ... morevalley. Not far from Les Eyzies, Dep. Dordogne, France. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.40(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Fabulous Neanderthal Denticulate, Flint Silex, Stone Age, Mousterian Europe
Fabulous Neanderthal Denticulate. Flint Silex, Stone Age, Mousterian Europe Description Type: denticulate on Levallois flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Palaeolithic/ Mousterian. Dating: the particular site from approx. 130.000 B.C. stage 6 of the oxygen-isotope chronology up to approx. 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 5.5 cm, weight 14 grams, Shape. Retouch: an elongated. Blade– like Levallois flake with chapeau de gendarme platform remnant. The right edge is retouched from tip to proximal end, with fine retouch at the ends and a denticulated one at the medial part. The left lateral edge also has some fine modification. There was quite some matrix from the original site layer adhering to the proximal end. We removed it, but the last picture shows the faces of the tool with the matrix. Raw-material: bright grey patinated flint, ... morePreservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a famous Paleolithic site in the valley of a tributary of the Dordogne river. Dept. Dordogne, France, occupied by the Neanderthals. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.40(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Beautiful Neanderthal Backed Knife, Flint Silex, Stone Age Mousterian Europe
Beautiful Neanderthal Backed Knife. Flint Silex, Stone Age Mousterian Europe Description Type: naturally backed knife on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Palaeolithic/ Mousterian. Dating: the particular site from approx. 130.000 B.C. stage 6 of the oxygen-isotope chronology up to approx. 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 4.3 cm, weight 10 grams, Shape. Retouch: a beautiful. Quite small naturally backed knife with the back at the left lateral edge and the cutting edge with very fine continuous retouch right. Distal end is interesting with it’s fine retouch and the tiny nose at the corner to the cutting edge, Raw-material: bright grey patinated flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a famous Paleolithic site in the valley of a tributary of the Dordogne river. Dept. Dordogne, France, occupied by the Neanderthals. ... moreWe have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.40(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Terrific Neanderthal Levallois Core, Flint Silex, Stone Age Mousterian Europe
Terrific Neanderthal Levallois Core. Flint Silex, Stone Age Mousterian Europe Description Type: Levallois core. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Palaeolithic/ Mousterian. Dating: the particular site from approx. 130.000 B.C. stage 6 of the oxygen-isotope chronology up to approx. 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: 4.4 cm x 4,9 cm x 3,6 cm, weight 95 grams, Shape. Retouch: a terrific small Levallois core for small flakes! It is of typical tortoise shape. With prepared underside, prepared edges, prepared platform and prepared reduction face. Judged by it’s thickness, the core must still be almost in it’s initial stage, if at all, only few target-flakes were detached. The core is turned clockwise from picture 1 to 4, the last ones show upper end and the platform. Two point of percussions are marked(preparation flakes) Raw-material: flint with ... morethick creamy patination, Preservation: very well. No modern damages. Some matrix from the orogonal site layer still adheres to the core’s surface, Origin. Site: a famous Paleolithic site in the valley of a tributary of the Dordogne river. Dept. Dordogne, France, occupied by the Neanderthals. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.40(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from
Stunning Neanderthal Nosed Endscraper, Flint Silex, Stone Age Mousterian Europe
Stunning Neanderthal Nosed Endscraper. Flint Silex, Stone Age Mousterian Europe Description Type: nosed endscraper on Levallois flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Paleolithic. Mousterian. Dating: the particular site from approx. 130.000 B.C. Stage 6 of the oxygen-isotope chronology, up to ca. 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 4.7 cm, weight 17 grams, Shape. Retouch: an amazing and rare tool with repect to Mousterian types! It is an atypical Levallois point with thick proximal and thin distal end. It reminds of a Tayac point. Because of thick, triangular, sturdy pointed shape, but the edges aren’t notched, so no Tayac point. The medial ridge which guided removal from the core divides into two ridges at the distal end, forming a wedge-shaped nosed endscraper with fine retouch. Retouch at the left lateral edge is continuous and ... morealternating(pictures 5, 6) and fine at the right edge(picture 7) The thick proximal end is thinned on the interior side, point of percussion, bulb and part of the platform remnant are removed. Raw-material: flint with thick white patination, Preservation: very well. No modern damages. Origin. Site: a famous Paleolithic site near the Dordogne valley. Dept. Dordogne, France, occupied by the Neanderthals. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.40(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders a
Great Neanderthal Transverse Saw / Serrated Tool, Mousterian Europe 50.000 BC
Great Neanderthal Transverse Saw/ Serrated Tool. Mousterian Europe 50.000 BC Description Type: serrated tool on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Terminal Middle Palaeolithic: Mousterian in Acheulian Tradition. Dating: approx. 58.000 to 40.000 BC. Description: Size: length 4.0 cm, width 5,0 cm, weight 18 grams, Shape. Retouch: a transverse flake with very thin. Wide straight distal end with a great serrated alternating retouch. The left lateral edge has a very fine retouch. the corner platform remnant/left edge of the interior side which has a small nose, Raw-material: gray flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a settlement site(rock shelter) in the Vézère-valley. Contemporaneous to the Neanderthal site of Le Moustier, and located not far from it. Mousterian assemblages are quite similar and comparable. ... moreWe have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.50(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Wonderful Neanderthal Flint Point, Stone Age, Mousterian Europe
Wonderful Neanderthal Flint Point. Stone Age, Mousterian Europe Description Type: laterally retouched point on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Palaeolithic/ Mousterian. Dating: the particular site from approx. 130.000 B.C. stage 6 of the oxygen-isotope chronology up to approx. 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 4.8 cm, weight 18 grams, Shape. Retouch: a wonderful laterally retouched point which is difficult to classify: it could be a Levallois point with a plain platform remnant being a bit more oblique than usually found on Levallois flakes. Or it is a Clacton flake with a platform remnant which is not as oblique as usually found on this type of flake. Lateral retouch at both edges is fine. As typically found on Levallois points. Most significant is the retouch at the tip. Raw-material: marbled gray patinated flint, Preservation: ... morevery well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a famous Paleolithic site in the valley of a tributary of the Dordogne river. Dept. Dordogne, France, occupied by the Neanderthals. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.50(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Precious Neanderthal Straight Scraper, Flint Silex, Stone Age Mousterian Europe
Precious Neanderthal Straight Scraper. Flint Silex, Stone Age Mousterian Europe Description Type: straight scraper on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Paleolithic/ Mousterian. Dating: the particular site from approx. 130.000 B.C. stage 6 of the oxygen-isotope chronology up to approx. 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 4.8 cm, weight 11 grams, Shape. Retouch: precious straight scraper on elongated wedge-shaped Levallois flake. The left edge is a thick back. Perpendicular to the interior side. The right edge is the scraper with fine stepped retouch at the the medial part of the edge. The convex distal end has a fine retouch. Raw-material: blueish gray flint with much bright gray patination, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a famous Paleolithic site in the valley of a tributary of the Dordogne river. Dept. ... moreDordogne, France, occupied by the Neanderthal(s) We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.50(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Splendid Neanderthal Zinken / Nosed Tool, Flint Silex, Stone Age Mousterian
Splendid Neanderthal Zinken/ Nosed Tool. Flint Silex, Stone Age Mousterian Description Type: nosed tool/ Zinken on Levallois flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Paleolithic. Mousterian. Dating: the particular site from approx. 130.000 B.C. Stage 6 of the oxygen-isotope chronology, up to ca. 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 3.4 cm, weight 11 grams, Shape. Retouch: a Zinken is a borer-like tool/ tool with nose which is oblique to the main axis of tool. This one here is made on an angular Levallois flake with back at the right edge. Perpendicular to both sides. The prominent nose/ Zinken has a concave retouch at both edges, and a fine retouch at it’s tip. Raw-material: creamy yellowish patinated flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages. Origin. Site: a famous Paleolithic site near the Dordogne valley. Dept. Dordogne, France, ... moreoccupied by the Neanderthals. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.50(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Unusual Neanderthal Double Scraper - Straight / Concave - Mousterian Europe
Unusual Neanderthal Double Scraper- Straight/ Concave- Mousterian Europe Description Type: double scraper on Levallois flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Palaeolithic. Mousterian. Dating: the particular site from approx. 130.000 B.C. Stage 6 of the oxygen-isotope chronology, up to ca. 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 6.0 cm, weight 21 grams, Shape. Retouch: an amazing double scraper: the long right lateral edge is a straight scraper. With a notch at it's distal part. At the distal end is a concave scraper, with a small nose at the corner to the left lateral edge. So there are two different types of scrapers- concave and straight- and two additional functions- nose and notch, an interesting thought-out tool. All retouch is very homogenous, a quite steep subparallel one. The left lateral edge is blunted, Raw-material: flint ... morewith bright gray patination, Preservation: very well. No modern damages. Matrix from the original site layer still adheres to both sides of the tool. It can be removed with acid, but we think it is a fine additional proof of authenticity, Origin. Site: a famous Paleolithic site near the Dordogne valley. Dept. Dordogne, France, occupied by the Neanderthals. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.50(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide a
60.000Y.O: 10 AUTHENTIC NEANDERTHAL ARTIFACTS STONE AGE PALEOLITHIC MOUSTERIAN
EUROPEAN STONE AGE ARTIFACTS BY PALATINA AUTHENTICITY GUARANTEED Description of the Homo Neanderthalensis- the Neanderthal( Neandertal) men from the Mousterian phase about 40.000- 60.000 years ago. Made of platy chert(tabular chert) The Mousterian industry appeared around 200.000 years ago and persisted until about 40,000 years ago, in much the same areas of Europe, the Near East and Africa where Acheulean tools appear. In Europe these tools are most closely associated with Homo neanderthalensis, but elsewhere were made by both Neanderthals and early Homo sapiens. Mousterian tools required a preliminary shaping of the stone core from which the actual blade is struck off. The toolmakers either shaped a rock into a rounded surface before striking off the raised area as a wedge shaped flake(see photo at left) or they shaped the core as a long ... moreprism of stone before striking off triangular flakes from its length, like slices from a baguette. Because Mousterian tools were conceived as refinements on a few distinct core shapes, the whole process of making tools had standardized into explicit stages(basic core stone, rough blank, refined final tool) Variations in tool shapes could be produced by changes in the procedures at any stage. A consistent manufacturing goal was to increase as much as possible the cutting area on each blade. Though this made the toolmaking process more labor intensive, it also meant the edges of the tools could be reshaped or sharpened as they dulled, so that each tool lasted longer. The whole toolmaking industry had adapted to get the maximum utility from the labor invested at each step. Tool forms in the Mousterian industry display a wide range of specialized shapes. Cutting tools include notched flakes, denticulate(serrated) flakes, and flake blades similar to Upper Paleolithic tools. Points appear that seem designed for use in spears or lances, some including a tang or stub at the base that allowed the point to be tied into the notched end of a stick. Scrapers appear for the dress
A Long Well Worked Aterian Neanderthal Artifact ca. 55,000-12,000BP Algeria at9
Hello. Here is a nice Late Middle Stone Age to Upper/Middle Paleolithic Early Man artifact- arrowhead, tool, scraper or knife- that dates to ca. 55,000- 12,000 B.P! It is believed that the Aterian tool technology may have been used by both Cro Magnon Man and Neanderthals as there was at least one Aterian site that reportedly dates back to around 80.000 B.C. This piece was found on an eroded site in the Sahara Desert- Algeria. North Africa, it is a very interesting specimen! This artifact measures a long 7.1cm or 2.75" in length! Please note: This has been photographed with halogen lighting. Colors may vary in different lighting conditions. Combine and save on shipping! If you have any questions please email. PAYMENT An invoice will be emailed to you within 24 hours of the close of the auction. Payment is expected within 7 days. Unless ... moreyou have notified us that you would like to combine with some of our other auctions. Domestic and International: We accept PayPal. Please feel free to email if you have any questions. SHIPPING& HANDLING Domestic: USPS Priority Mail w/ Delivery Confirmation $5.95. Or USPS First Class Mail w/Delivery Confirmation $3.95 International: USPS First Class Mail to Canada $6. 95. Or USPS Priority Mail $ 20.95 USPS First Class worldwide $7.95. Or USPS Priority Mail $24.95 PLEASE NOTE: As of January 27. 2013 USPS has increased the postal rates COMBINE AND SAVE ON SHIPPING! INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: Import duties and taxes are not included in the item price or the shipping charges. These are the buyers responsibility. If you are concerned about them. Please check with your country's customs office before bidding Please email me if you have any questions about shipping sizes RETURN POLICY We guarantee you will be satisfied with your item or we'll refund your purchase price. Less shipping charge, upon safe return of the item in original condition within 14 days. Prior to returning the item, please contact us within 48 hours of receiving item. If your item arrives damag
FANTASTIC LARGE NEANDERTHAL FONTMAURE Jasper artefact Middle Paleolithic #8
Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery- Now FREE! Up for sale Stunning large FONTMAURE Jasper knive Middle Paleolithic 80.000– 40.000 BP#8 NEANDERTHAL TOOL Expirience the feeling of holding a tool in your hands that is actually produc ed and used by a Neander thal human. isn't that a mazing. High quality multi-coloured Jasper artefact produced and found near the village of Fontmaure(Vienne France) This small site is the only location in the world where artefacts from this material where produced and found(the site is closed since years now) No less than 40-80000 years old and created by Neanderthal people. These artifacts are typical Mousterian. The vast majority of the material used is jasper. This beautiful multicolored material transforming each object in gems comes from siderolithic sand. It is obvious that the Mousterian ... moreFontmaure favored the beauty and not the strength of the material(Lorblanchet 1999. 98) Valuable and very rare addition to your collection. Lot contains: 1 knive of Jasper Mousterian 40-80.000 years old Fontmaure(Vienne area. France) Size of the artefact 11cm\ 4 1/2 inch Condition: Overall quality is very good. No restaurations See pictures for more details What you see is what you get. Shipment: This lot will be shipped from The Netherlands with Priority registered mail Seller shippes to all countries in the world Costs ar e: 20$ We com bine shipments. Only 1x shipment costs. No matter how many items I ship. Payment: Paypal only
2008 Neanderthal Skull Gibailtar £1 one pound coin
Neanderthal Skull Gibailtar £1 one pound coin in very good condition please have a look at my other coins thanks for looking
2008 GIBRALTAR NEANDERTHAL SKULL £1 ONE POUND COIN
Hello you are bidding for the coin in the photo it is in a used condition and has been in circulation A Certificate of Posting will be kept please check my other items for sale. please note the monetary value of this coin is £1.00 so if you win this coin for £1.00 and pay the £1.30 P&Pout of this i have to take my stationary cost. Final valuation fees, and listing fee, and my time. i am telling you this as i am selling the coins to make money please bear that in mind when leaving feedback If the unlikely event that an item is lost or damaged while in the post I will provide a copy of the proof of posting for the purpose of making a claim. I will not chase up the postal service for you.Any case of settlement i will not refund postage costs.I do not offer combined postage on coins won for monetary value. but will give postage ... morediscount on purchase of more than one coin.i do provide good service with fast delivery please see feedback
Frank Frazetta's Neanderthal 1 A Image 2009 VF
WE WANT YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH US TO BE A POSITIVE ONE. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST COMPLY WITH ALL CUSTOMS REGULATIONS. IN ALL APPLICABLE COUNTRIES. PLEASE DETERMINE YOUR COUNTRIES LAWS PRIOR TO BIDDING. Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying. These charges are collected by the delivery company or when you pick up the item. These are not additional shipping charges. We do not devalue items or mark them as a gift. US and International government regulations prohibit this behavior. CALIFORNIA BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: SALES TAX will be collected on all orders shipped within the state of CALIFORNIA. Sales tax is ... morecollected on the subtotal + shipping& handling. ITEM DESCRIPTION | SHIPPING | RETURNS Title Neanderthal, Issue Numbers 1 A. Condition This book is in Very Fine Condition. Grading is subjective. We do our best to grade items accurately. The range of grades we assigned to this book is what we feel best describes the book. If there is problem with your book and the condition stated is inaccurate please contact us. Other Important Information We individually bag and board all comic books that are priced at $4 or higher. Books that sell for less than $4 will be bagged with multiple books in the same bag. This item uses stock photos. The photo is not of the specific item being sold and does not represent the grade/condition of the item being sold. The image is for reference use to see the cover of the item you are purchasing. All photos are property of Treasurehoard. Due to variations in monitor settings the color in photos may vary from actual item. ALL ITEMS ARE SHIPPED WITHIN 1- 3 BUSINESS DAYS OF RECEIVING PAYMENT. DOMESTIC SHIPPING 1– UNLIMITED COMICS = $3.50 via USPS MEDIA MAIL For US domestic orders you can combine and save on shipping with our $3.50 FLAT SHIPPING with USPS
2009 GIBRALTAR £1 POUND DISCOVERY OF NEANDERTHAL SKULL
Rare 2009 Gibraltar One Pound Coin Neanderthal Skull. Nickel-Brass alloy Measurements: diameter 22.50 mm; weight 9.50 gr. A picture commemorating the 1848 discovery or a Neanderthal Skull in Gibraltar on Reverse Side.
Gibralter 1 Pound Coin 2008 Neanderthal Skull
Gibralter 1 Pound Coin 2008 Neanderthal Skull
Dan Dee Collector's Choice Caveman Monster Neanderthal 10" Plush Toy Doll
I am offering a Dan Dee Collector's Choice Caveman Monster Neanderthal 10" Plush Toy Doll. This stuffed toy features a very angry/fierce-looking Neanderthal or caveman. He is 10" tall is made from a very soft and plush material. He has the Dan Dee tag on his rear. He is in wonderful condition. And he would love to find someone that could look past his unfortunate scowl and looks and could truly love him! Thank you for looking!
Gorgeous Neanderthal Quartz Scraper, Stone Age Europe Mousterian 50.000 BC
Gorgeous Neanderthal Quartz Scraper. Stone Age Europe Mousterian 50.000 BC Description Type: scraper on interior side on Clacton flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Palaeolithic: Mousterian. Late Mousterian. Dating: ca. 55.000 to 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 5.1 cm, weight 29 grams, Shape. Retouch: a gorgeous scraper on interior side on quartz flake. The left edge is a cortical back. The right edge has a continuous alternating retouch: the short concave distal part is retouched on the exterior side(picture 5) the straight part(scraper) is retouched on the interior side. Retouch is significant, but flake scars on quartz generally aren’t well defined, it is difficult to photograph. The scraper even has some flake scars on the exterior side. Distal end of the tool is notched. Although chalcedony was available in abundance at ... morethis workshop site, quartz tools were made for particular duties because viscosity and robustness of quartz is different. Tools on quartz flakes are rarely found in Europe, but we have seen prehistoric sites in Algeria and Eastern Africa with huge amounts of quartz tools, because this was the only raw material at hand. Raw-material: white quartz, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a large Neanderthal workshop site at a chalcedony raw-material deposit in southern France. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.60(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old coll
Exceptional Neanderthal Quartz Double - Denticulate, Mousterian Europe 50.000 BC
Exceptional Neanderthal Quartz Double- Denticulate. Mousterian Europe 50.000 BC Description Type: double denticulate on Clacton flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Palaeolithic: Mousterian. Late Mousterian. Dating: ca. 55.000 to 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 3.4 cm, weight 14 grams, Shape. Retouch: a fantastic small double denticulate on quartz on Clacton flake with cortical platform remnant. Distal end and left lateral edge both are denticulated. Retouch at the end is on the exterior side(pictures 5, 6) at the lateral edge on the interior side(pictures 1, 3, 4) Even the left lateral edge has a continuous retouch on the exterior side with small notch and straight retouch below(picture 7) Point of percussion is clearly visible, this is rarely the case on quartz. Although chalcedony was available in abundance at this workshop ... moresite, quartz tools were made for particular duties because viscosity and robustness of quartz is different. Tools on quartz flakes are rarely found in Europe, but we have seen prehistoric sites in Algeria and Eastern Africa with huge amounts of quartz tools, because this was the only raw material at hand, Raw-material: white quartz, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a large Neanderthal workshop site at a chalcedony raw-material deposit in southern France. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.60(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We
Beautiful Neanderthal Chalcedony Blade Core, Mousterian Europe 50.000 BC
Beautiful Neanderthal Chalcedony Blade Core. Mousterian Europe 50.000 BC Description Type: blade core. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Palaeolithic: Mousterian. Late Mousterian. Dating: ca. 55.000 to 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: 5.1 cm x 3,7 cm x 3,7 cm, weight 90 grams, Shape. Retouch: a beautiful. Carefully prepared blade core. The reduction face(pictures 1, 2) exhibits the negative scars of several detached blades. The bottom end is shortened to design a new platform. Top end is exceptional with these long narrow bladelet-like negative scars. The core is turned clockwise from picture 1 to 4, the last ones show the ends, Raw-material: creamy marbled patinated chalcedony with beautiful gloss, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a large Neanderthal workshop site at a chalcedony raw-material deposit in southern ... moreFrance. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.60(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Splendid Neanderthal Nose - Notch, Flint Silex, Mousterian Stone Age Europe
Splendid Neanderthal Nose- Notch. Flint Silex, Mousterian Stone Age Europe Description Type: nose/ notch on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Paleolithic. Mousterian. Dating: the particular site from approx. 130.000 B.C. Stage 6 of the oxygen-isotope chronology, up to ca. 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 4.8 cm, weight 22 grams, Shape. Retouch: a sturdy rather thick flake with The right edge has a flat notch at the medial part. And the left edge presents a tiny, carefully trimmed nose. Raw-material: cremay patinated flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a famous Paleolithic site near the Dordogne valley. Dept. Dordogne, France, occupied by the Neanderthals. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among ... moreour offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.60(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Stunning Neanderthal Flint Tool - Artifact, Stone Age Europe, Mousterian
Stunning Neanderthal Flint Tool- Artifact. Stone Age Europe, Mousterian Description Type: laterally retouched Levallois flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Palaeolithic/ Mousterian. Dating: the particular site from approx. 130.000 B.C. stage 6 of the oxygen-isotope chronology up to approx. 40.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 4.9 cm, weight 34 grams, Shape. Retouch: a great Levallois trage-flake with“chapeau-de-gendarme” platform remnant. Distal end has a fine retouch on the exterior side with tiny nose at the corner to the left edge. And the interior side is trimmed from this nose to the middle of the edge. The proximal part has a small notch on the exterior side, Raw-material: flint with thick creamy patination, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a famous Paleolithic site in the valley of a tributary of the ... moreDordogne river. Dept. Dordogne, France, occupied by the Neanderthals. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our offers? Do you look for something particular, special or exceptional? Please send an email! Shipping costs: we ship internationally(worldwide) Buyer pays actual shipping charges. No handling fee. Shipping costs worldwide for registered air-mail(with tracking number and signature confirmation) is $ 7.60(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on shipping costs! Details will be settled with the buyer individually. About us: we are no traders. But we are selling only out of the own old collection. We guarantee for authenticity of our artifacts. On request we inform high bidders about provenance of the artifacts and we provide additional site information and dating(if available) taken from scientific literature.
Lot of EIGHT Aterian / Neanderthal Lithic Artifacts ca.55,000-12,000BP LF1
Hello. Here is a nice lot of of Late Middle Stone Age to Upper/Middle Paleolithic Early Man artifacts- arrowheads, tools, scrapers or knives- that dates to ca. 55,000- 12,000 B.P. It is believed that the Aterian tool technology may have been used by both Cro Magnon Man and Neanderthals as there was at least one Aterian site that reportedly dates back to around 80,000 B.C. They were found on an eroded site in the Sahara Desert- Algeria. North Africa. Very interesting specimens. The largest artifact measures a nice 6.5cm or 2 9/16" in length! Please note: This has been photographed with halogen lighting. Colors may vary in different lighting conditions. Combine and save on shipping! If you have any questions please email. PAYMENT An invoice will be emailed to you within 24 hours of the close of the auction. Payment is expected within 7 ... moredays. Unless you have notified us that you would like to combine with some of our other auctions. Domestic and International: We accept PayPal. Please feel free to email if you have any questions. SHIPPING& HANDLING Domestic: USPS Priority Mail w/ Delivery Confirmation $5.95. Or USPS First Class Mail w/Delivery Confirmation $3.95 International: USPS First Class Mail to Canada $8.95. Or USPS Priority Mail $20.95 USPS First Class worldwide $12.95. Or USPS Priority Mail $24.95 PLEASE NOTE: As of January 27. 2013 USPS has increased some of the postal rates COMBINE AND SAVE ON SHIPPING! INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: Import duties and taxes are not included in the item price or the shipping charges. These are the buyers responsibility. If you are concerned about them. Please check with your country's customs office before bidding Please email me if you have any questions about shipping sizes RETURN POLICY We guarantee you will be satisfied with your item or we'll refund your purchase price. Less shipping charge, upon safe return of the item in original condition within 14 days. Prior to returning the item, please contact us within 48 hours of receiving item. If your i
Aterian (Neanderthal) Early Man Point, Collectible Prehistoric African Arrowhead
ATERIAN EARLY MAN POINT. The Aterian industry was a type of stone tool manufacturing developed around the Atlas Region of the Northern Sa hara Desert of Africa. It dates back to the Middle Stone Age(Middle Paleolithic) and was a development of the Mousterian culture. Tools and weapons of the Aterian culture date back 30.000- 80,000 years and more. Aterian tool technology was used from Africa to Europe by both Cro Magnon Man and Neanderthals! Crude stone tools and weapons were made and used much further back in time. But the Aterian was the first to develop a stemmed point that could be used as a projectile, as a dart, spear or arrow point. These fascinating ancient weapons ar e quite rare and represent a milestone in early human development. This piece is 1 3/4" long. 1 3/8" wide, and clearly shows the stem designed for mounting ... moreto a shaft. As you see in the photos, the tip was broken off thousands of years ago, which is not uncommon at all with this type of point. It always makes me wonder what happened for them to end up broken like that. Otherwise it is in very good condition and has a colorful ancient patina that only countless eons of exposure to the elements can produce. This is a great prehistoric collectible artifact. And remember, there is free shipping anywhere in the U.S. I believe in combined shipping to save you money. And offer 1-day shipping as a matter of course, although I often ship the same day payment is received. I figure once you've paid for it, you own it, and might as well have it as soon as possible. As with all of my artifacts, it is g uaranteed authentic for life! FREE SHIPPING of this item in the U.S. Shipping to Canada is $6.91. All other international will be $8.88. Please contact me for combined shipping rates if you win any of my auctions. If you enjoy a nice selection of unique collectibles. Please check out my! Thanks. If you are buying more than one item. Please let me know and don't pay until I can send you a combined invoice. It makes things much easier for m
PRINCE AUGUST FANTASY ARMIES PAM NEANDERTHALS NE2 - NEANDERTHAL WITH BONE CLUB
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wonderful neanderthal scraper on disc shape levallois core ca. 50 000BC
The Neandertal was named after theologian Joachim Neander. Who lived nearby in Düsseldorf in the late 17th century. Neander" is a classicized form of the common German surname Neumann. In turn, Neanderthals were named after"Neander Valley" where the first Neanderthal remains were found. The term Neanderthal Man was coined in 1863 by Anglo-Irish geologist William King. From the period called"Mousterian" 150 000- 40 000 b.c. tools made of stone. Settlement sites and some parts of human skulls were found. Evidence for hunters and collectors in this period was found in Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg and other parts of Germany. Neanderthals are thought to have used tools of the Mousterian class. Which were often produced using soft hammer percussion, with hammers made of materials like bones, antlers, and wood, rather ... morethan hard hammer percussion, using stone hammers. A result of this is that their bone industry was relatively simple. However, there is good evidence that they routinely constructed a variety of stone implements. Neanderthal(Mousterian) tools most often consisted of sophisticated stone-flakes, task-specific hand axes, and spears. Many of these tools were very sharp. There is also good evidence that they used a lot of wood, objects which are unlikely to have been preserved until today. Typ: wonderful scraper on disc shape levallois core with beautiful biface flaking and great dorsal and ventral edge work excellent provenance The work traces of the Neanderthals which he left in the manufacture of the tool is to see very well Material: chert Synonyms: Bohnerzjaspis. Bean-ore jasper Material geologic: secundary colored. Eluvial jurassic chert This unique artefact is from an Neanderthal base camp. More information will be sent with the artefact. Period: Middle Paleolithicum Culture: Moustherian. Homo Neandertalensis Measure ca. 69 mm x 56 mm All the artifacts are from my own old collection We guarantee for the authenticity of our artefacts shipping costs: Shipping costs register
Amazing Neanderthal Straight Flint Scraper, Quina Mousterian La Quina 70.000 BC
Amazing Neanderthal Straight Flint Scraper. Quina Mousterian La Quina 70.000 BC Description Type: straight Side Scraper on Clacton flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Paleolithic: Quina Mousterian. Dating: approx. 75.000 to 65.000 B.C. Isotope stage 4, the first cold maximum of the last glaciation in Europe, where climatic conditions were harsh and extremely cold. Description: Size: length 5.0 cm, weight 13 grams, Shape. Retouch: an amazing straight scraper with fine. Very flat stepped retouch at the right lateral edge and distal end. This retouch is very typical on Quina Mousterian tools. The scar on the interior side of the distal end is genuine old. This scraper is made on elongated triangular Clacton flake with very oblique plain platform remnant which has a blunting( picture 7) Raw-material: marbled bright grey patinated flint, ... morePreservation: very well: the flint is matte and of porous quality because of desilification during post deposition(very typical for the finds from La Quina) The tool has few very tiny nicks at the edges which in no way detract from value and beauty. Additional Information. Literature: Some characteristics of the Quina Mousterian industry: only little Levallois technique was used. But Clacton flakes were preferred, no handaxes were found in the assemblages, a very high percentage of scrapers with lateral, double, convergent, transverse as most common ones, and sometimes small very thin scrapers with a very fine stepped retouch. Preferred retouch was the stepped/ or Quina retouch, made with hard strikes first which produced broad, irregular flake negatives and secondary refining retouches directly at the edges in a second step. Origin. Site: the famous(eponymous) site of La Quina. Charente, France, excavated by Dr. Henri-Martin from 1905 to 1936. A total of 27 Neanderthal individuals were found, the most famous is"Homo 5" We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find what you look for among our