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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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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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Contents/Major Chapter Headings include: Introduction: Literary Genres and Literary Styles. A Spell from the Coffin Texts: CT 1130 and 1031. In 1982, ... moreshe moved to Israel where she taught at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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The Minoan Civilization was thriving, as the Cycladic Civilization seems to have been, long before the accepted modern dates which mark its existence ... moreand probably earlier than 6000 B.C. The Cycladic Civilization (circa 3200-1100 B.C.) flourished in the islands of the Aegean Sea (including Delos, Naxos and Paros) and provides the earliest evidence of continual human habitation in that region.
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And the selection of Demotic literary texts, all dating from the Greco-Roman period, presents ancient Egyptian imaginative and reflective thought in its ... morefinal phase. Contents/Major Chapter Headings include: Introduction: Literary Genres and Literary Styles.
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As early as the Naqada I Period, predynastic Egyptians imported obsidian from Ethiopia, used to shape blades and other objects from flakes. Royal Nubian ... moreburials at Qustul produced artifacts bearing the oldest-known examples of Egyptian dynastic symbols, such as the white crown of Egypt and falcon.
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TRANSLATE Arabic Chinese French German Greek Indonesian Italian Hindi Japanese Korean Swedish Portuguese Russian Spanish Private Life in New Kingdom Egypt ... moreby Lynn Meskell. NOTE: We have 75.000 books in our library, almost 10,000 different titles. Odds are we have other copies of this same title in varying conditions, some less expensive, some better condition. We might also have different editions as well(some paperback, some hardcover, oftentimes international editions) If you don’t see what you want, please contact us and ask. We’re happy to send you a summary of the differing conditions and prices we may have for the same title. DESCRIPTION: Hardcover(256 pages) Princeton University Press(2002) Much of the literature on ancient Egypt centers on pharaohs or on elite conceptions of the afterlife. This scintillating book examines how ordinary ancient Egyptians lived their lives. Drawing on the remarkably rich and detailed archaeological. Iconographic, and textual evidence from some 450 years of the New Kingdom, as well as recent theoretical innovations from several fields, it reconstructs private and social life from birth to death. The result is a meaningful portrait composed of individual biographies, communities, and landscapes. Structured according to the cycles of life. The book relies on categories that the ancient Egyptians themselves used to make sense of their lives. Lynn Meskell gracefully sifts the evidence to reveal Egyptian domestic arrangements, social and family dynamics, sexuality, emotional experience, and attitudes toward the cadences of human life. She discusses how the Egyptians of the New Kingdom constituted and experienced self, kinship, life stages, reproduction, and social organization. And she examines their creation of communities and the material conditions in which they lived. Also included is neglected information on the formation of locality and the construction of gender and sexual identity and new evidence from the mortuary record. Including important new data on the burial
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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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TRANSLATE Arabic Chinese French German Greek Indonesian Italian Hindi Japanese Korean Swedish Portuguese Russian Spanish Ancient Egyptian Literature: ... moreA Book of Readings by Miriam Lichtheim– Volume II: The New Kingdom. NOTE: We have 75.000 books in our library, almost 10,000 different titles. Odds are we have other copies of this same title in varying conditions, some less expensive, some better condition. We might also have different editions as well(some paperback, some hardcover, oftentimes international editions) If you don’t see what you want, please contact us and ask. We’re happy to send you a summary of the differing conditions and prices we may have for the same title. DESCRIPTION: Softcover: 239 pages. Publisher: University of California Press; 1976) This second volume of new translations is designed along the lines of the first Volume. In keeping with the ancient view. It defines literature broadly so as to include monumental inscriptions carved on stone and literary texts written on papyrus. Where the first volume outlined the gradual creation of Egyptian literary genres in the course of many centuries, the present one shows the elaboration of the genres within a single cultural period, and in a relatively short span of time. The literary production of the New Kingdom was much larger than that of the earlier periods. Hence even a whole volume devoted to it can do no more than focus on the highlights. Moreover. In the New Kingdom both the monumental inscriptions and the papyrus texts usually ran to greater length than their Middle Kingdom counterparts. The selection made from the vast quantity of stone-carved inscriptions contains famous pieces along with some less renowned ones. Together they illustrate the principal topics that were deemed appropriate to the always functional monumental context. Similarly the works written on papyrus have been selected to show the variety of themes and forms. And to single out those compositions that we outstanding in their day and have retained a timeless inte
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The Nile valley empire was as large as it had been since the New Kingdom. He was devoted to his new religion and artistic style. Major advances in architecture, ... moreart, and technology were made during the Old Kingdom, fueled by the increased agricultural productivity and resulting population, made possible by a well-developed central administration.
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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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CHAPTER TWO: MINOANS AND MYCENAEANS. Introduction; Early Greece; Pre-Palatial Greece; Crete: the Early Palaces; Crete: the Late Palaces; Mycenaean Knossos; ... moreMycenaean Greece; the End of the Bronze Age; Seal Use and Production; Aegean Seals and the Outside World.
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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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The discovery of Harappa, and soon afterwards, Mohenjo-Daro, was the culmination of work beginning in 1861 with the founding of the Archaeological Survey ... moreof India in the British Raj. The Harappan language is not directly attested and its affiliation is uncertain since the Indus script is still undeciphered.
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Darker Portions of Gray on Sides. Horizontal Banding on Sides of Point. Smooth Brown/Tan Band Near Base of Stone. Sparkles Throughout. Appalachian Mountain ... moreRange.
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One Roman iron socket type shaft with nail hole. Artifact dated to 3rd Century AD. Original specimen measuring 123mm. Intact. Genuine brown tone. As pictured. ... moreLightly cleaned. Authenticity guaranteed. Pay me securely with any major credit card through PayPal! Items will be shipped within 1 to 3 business days of purchase completion. FREE DOMESTIC FIRST CLASS MAIL. INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING- $6(REGISTERED-$20.00) WE COMBINE SHIPPING If you would like to have special shipping. Please contact us. All items will be sent out in protected envelope and boxed if necessary. YOU ARE BIDDING ON AN ANCIENT ITEM(S) AS DESCRIBED AND PICTURED ABOVE! Every item offered is unconditionally guaranteed to be genuine& authentic. We can provide a certificate of authenticity or extended return policy by request only! If in the unlikely event that an item is found to be reproduction. Full return privileges are within 14 days of receiving the items. We will promptly offer a full refund without hesitation or hassle.
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A highly readable account of ancient Greece, particularly useful as an introductory or review text for the student or the general reader. The Minoan Civilization ... morewas thriving, as the Cycladic Civilization seems to have been, long before the accepted modern dates which mark its existence and probably earlier than 6000 B.C.
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Educated at Eton College and Sandhurst, Major William Joseph Myers (1858-99) started collecting in Egypt in the 1880s. "Sacred and Profane" celebrates ... morethis extraordinary bequest discussing statuettes of mortals and gods, mummy masks, jewelry, pottery and papyri in a thematic way alongside Roman and Byzantine coins from the rich Barber Institute of Fine Arts collections.
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Enjoy this masterpiece of literature in one of the best translations available to date: your money will be well spent. REVIEW: The Odyssey is an amazing ... morenovel. This novel is great because it gives us a look at what ancient Greece was like.
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Enjoy this masterpiece of literature in one of the best translations available to date: your money will be well spent. REVIEW: The Odyssey is an amazing ... morenovel. This novel is great because it gives us a look at what ancient Greece was like.
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Enjoy this masterpiece of literature in one of the best translations available to date: your money will be well spent. REVIEW: The Odyssey is an amazing ... morenovel. This novel is great because it gives us a look at what ancient Greece was like.
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Acheulean culture. Huge, massive handaxe in chalcedony, almost 1 kilo weight. Homo Erectus Heidelbergensis. Weight: 960g ! Lower Paleolithic, south-west ... moreof France. Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France.
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Levallois point. Lower to early Middle Paleolithic, south-west of France. Multitask tool, used as convergent scraper and / as spearhead. Origin: Bergerac ... morearea, Dordogne, France.
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Mousterian culture - Neanderthal. Middle Paleolithic, France. Beautiful scraper in translucent chalcedony! Mark s of use on the active sides. Origin: ... moreDordogne, France, Bergerac area.
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Lower Paleolithic / Acheulean. Homo Heidelbergensis - France. Professionnal antique dealer from France. Origin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, France. Used ... morefor butchery work as well as wood or leather work.
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Upper Paleolithic artifact from Egypt. The tool is a perfect Levallois core / nucleus, which may have been used as small scraper. The material is Libyan ... moreDesert Glass, a rare and valuable impactite found in the Sahara at the border between Libya and Egypt.
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Handaxe - Bifacial knapping. Origin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, France. Lower Paleolithic - Acheulean culture. Professionnal antique dealer from France.
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A massive, Acheulian style, Paleolithic hand axe from Algeria, North Africa. Made and used by Homo erectus. A genuine find from an area now well known ... morefor finds from this period. This area of North Africa was much more lush and green during the Pleistocene epoch.
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Here's more info long but interesting. This artifact was longest tool type used in history. It dates from a CRAZY 1.76 - 0.13 Million Years Old and was ... morethe dominant tool technology for the vast majority of human history starting more than one MILLION 759 thousand YEARS AGO.
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An Acheulian, Paleolithic Chopper/Chopping tool from Algeria, North Africa. Made and used by Homo erectus. A genuine find from an area now well known ... morefor finds from this period. This area of North Africa was much more lush and green during the Pleistocene epoch.
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A superb Oldowan stone chopper, exceptional hand axe made from a quartz river stone, displays a nice yellowish red ochre colour. Hand axes like this were ... moreused to process hard materials such as wood & carcasses.
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Small axe in flint. The shape shows that it was done to be added to a stick. Clear marks of use on the sharp end. Origin: Bergerac région, Dordogne, France.
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Acheulean culture. Homo Erectus Heidelbergensis / early Neanderthal. Lower Paleolithic, south-west of France. Large, beautiful scraper / handaxe on flake. ... moreOrigin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France. Material: chalcedony.
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SUPERB FRENCH mousterian point! MALICHIGDANE DESCRIPTION PERIOD: Paleolithic- mousterian 40 000 BP ORIGIN: France. From an old collection the high bidder ... morewill be inform about the exact provenance. DESCRIPTION: look at the picture Length: 5.8 cm( 2.28 inches) All the pieces are guaranted authentics! Questions are welcomes. Feel free to email us. PAYMENT: Paypal prefered For shipping and handling cost contact us. KEY WORDS: arrowheads. Handaxe, mousterian, stone axe, bead, neolithic, paleolithic. THANKS FOR LOOKING! at BiggerBids.com.
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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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Tool: very nice Handaxe (biface) in pure white chalcedony! Unusual shape, perfectly done handaxe. Mousterian culture - Neanderthal. Middle Paleolithic ... moreartifact - France, Dordogne. This very nice piece is from an ancient collection.
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Homo Erectus in France (Homo Heidelbergensis - 650 000 to 350 000 years old) or early Neanderthal (350 000 to 300 000 years old). Lower Paleolithic - ... moreAcheulean culture. Tool: large backed scraper. Professionnal antique dealer from France.
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A superb Oldowan stone chopper, exceptional hand axe made from a quartz river stone, the stone displays a nice yellowish red ochre colour. Hand axes like ... morethis were used to process hard materials such as wood & carcasses.
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An Acheulian style, Paleolithic hand axe from Algeria, North Africa. M ade and used by Homo erectus. A genuine find from an area now well known for finds ... morefrom this period. This area of North Africa was much more lush and green during the Pleistocene epoch.
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Mousterian scraper on Levallois flake. Made by Neanderthal. Middle paleolithic, France.
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Mousterian / Middle Paleolithic Neanderthal - South-west of France. Mousterian scraper and blade. Knapped on flake - marks of use on the active sides. ... moreOrigin: south of Bergerac, Dordogne, France. Professionnal antique dealer from France.
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Neanderthal, middle paleolithic, south-west of France - Mousterian culture. Backed knife / scraper on flake. Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France. ... moreMarks of use and small retouches.
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Middle Paleolithic - Neanderthal - Mousterian culture. The knapping technic indicates the hand of Neanderthal. Very nice blade / scraper on core. Origin: ... moreBergerac area, Dordogne, France.
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Mousterian / Middle Paleolithic Neanderthal - South-west of France. Very nice notched scraper, perfect state. Origin: south of Bergerac, Dordogne, France. ... moreThis very nice piece is from an ancient collection.
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"Ancoriense / Camposanquiense" palaeolithic shows a great variety of hand axe designs. In this case we have a piecez where we can observe a nice carving ... morework but which differs from the "Picos" typology and the most common scrapers and choppers.
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Acheulean culture. Great collector ! Very nice acheulean scraper with notch. Lower Paleolithic knapping, very nice retouches on the active side. Beautiful ... moretool ! Lower Paleolithic artifact - France.
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Mousterian culture - Neanderthal. Nice scraper on emblematic Neanderthal core (nucleus) "turtle shell". Middle Paleolithic, France. Origin: Dordogne, ... moreFrance, Bergerac area.
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Paleolithic Early human hand axe Acheulian Saharan stone age tool. Nice example showing a worked edge. Acheulean stone age tool Lower Palaeolithic. Acheulean ... moretools were produced during the lower Palaeolithic era and are typically found with homoerectus remains. Dating Between 800 thousand and 1.5 million years old. You will receive actual piece shown in pictures with card. measuring approximately 114mm x 83mm (Ref HA2)
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Upper Paleolithic artifact from Egypt. The object is a scraper on Levallois flake. We can notice marks of use on the active side, which appears like polished. ... moreThe material is Libyan Desert Glass, a rare and valuable impactite found in the Sahara at the border between Libya and Egypt.
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Upper Paleolithic France - Lare Neanderthal or early Sapiens. Very nice carinated scraper on flake. End + side scraper. This piece is from an ancient ... morefamily collection. It has been found in the 1960-1970's.
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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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Mousterian point - biface / bifacial knapping. Mousterian / Middle Paleolithic Neanderthal - South-west of France. One side seems to have been fixed after ... morebreak, or maybe done to be placed on a stick.
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Paleolithic Early human hand axe Acheulian Saharan stone age tool. Nice example showing a worked edge. Acheulean stone age tool Lower Palaeolithic. Acheulean ... moretools were produced during the lower Palaeolithic era and are typically found with homoerectus remains. Dating Between 800 thousand and 1.5 million years old. You will receive actual piece shown in pictures with card. measuring approximately 135mm x 73mm. (Ref HA3)
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Acheulian tool - Lower Paleolithic. Probably Homo Heidelbergensis - over 350 000 years old. Material: quartzite (pebble). Very nice Chopper in quartzite. ... moreWe can see clearly the regularity of the knapping (3 hit at least) to create one sharp edge.
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Impressive Mousterian scraper convergent. Middle Paleolithic, France. Origin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France.
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Upper Paleolithic France - first Homo Sapiens, prob. Aurignacian / Gravettian culture. Amazing blade, length 11cm, intact. Material: translucent chalcedony. ... moreOrigin: Bergerac area, Dordogne, France.
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Middle Paleolithic - Mousterian culture. Origin: Dordogne region, France. Very nice blade on preferential flake. Neanderthal France.
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An Acheulian, Paleolithic hand axe from Algeria, North Africa. M ade and used by Homo erectus. A genuine find from an area now well known for finds from ... morethis period. This area of North Africa was much more lush and green during the Pleistocene epoch.
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30 Sahara Neolithic relics - tools, celt, beads, and 1 paleolithic tool.
This group of 30 Sahara Neolithic relics is composed of diverse types of relics. Which were discovered on ancient habitation sites deep in the western Sahara desert, mostly in the vicinity of northern Muaratania/Mali but also includes two trianglar Eiffel Tower points from Algeria(top second from right and the one right beneath it) This group consist of several types and subtypes of projectile points from varying periods of the Neolithic era. Including ovate, stemmed, triangular, and unifacial tool forms. In all there are 16 stone projectile points and tools, 10 hard-stone beads(mostly quartz disc beads) one pottery bead(western Mauratania) one hardstone celt, and a cylindrical labret of quartz thought to be used in body piercing or lips or ears. Not perfect, tt may have ancient damge, hard to tell but stil nice. There is one unifacil blade ... moreseen at the bottom row to the right is from the late Mesolithic era or early Neolithic Morocco. Dating to approximately 7,000 years Before Present. At the upper right you will see an Auterian tool. This is the earlier known type of stone tool with a stem for hafting. Probably to serve as a knife/scrapper. It is classic form with a tipped which is worked around for scrapping(not broken) This relic is a good 30,000 years old, possibly much older. This is one of the more diverse offering of ancient Sahara relics you will find. The shortest point is a triangle of 5/8th inch(17 mm) long. The longest tool is a nice tan Mesolithic period blade. Is 2 13/16th inches(71 mm) long. The celt is 1 inches(26 mm) long. Heel to bit. It has been worked down to a stubby form with a bit dulled from usage. Th ese are everyday work tools and adornments used. And lost or discarded by our Neolithic and earlier hunter-gatherer ancestors. They are all honest, authentic relics in good shape, some will exhibit minor ancient damage(as seen in he photograph) Such as dings, usually to tips, tangs, and/or barbs to stemmed points. Small dings are to be expected given their delicacy, usage, and 4
PALEOLITHIC !! Discoid Circle LAOS Archaic Ax Adze 215 gms. Menhir Area [kx37]
Smile_From_Me's Antiquities- LAOS PALEOLITHIC DISC SHAPE[Discoid] Sand Stone Hand Ax/ Adze or Artifact- SIDE A\ SIDE B- picture: picture: scratches scattered on the skin- picture: picture: size: 92 mm. in epicenter 15- 21 mm. in thickness# 215 grams Age: around 6000- 5000 years ago in PALEOLITHIC period- Archaeological Site: Hin Tang Archaeological Area Province of Origin: HUA PHAN[ NORTHEASTERN part of LAOS] This item was FOUND on ground in some sites of Hin Tang or Menhir Area; This area sited archaeological sites from Megalithic[PALE OLITHIC] dated back to 5500 B.C. to 3500 B.C. PAYMENT I ACCEPT PAYPAL ONLY! For the bidder in Thailand. Please contact me before paying. Please be the member of PAYPAL ACCOUNT. Before BIDDING! Shipping Cost. The shipping cost is.10.50. f or WORLDWIDE. I will also available a REGISTERED AIRMAIL for you. ... moreAll item will be ship within 4 business days after payment. by using service of THAILAND POST. you can track& trace your items at http:track.thailandpost.co.th/trackinternet/Default.aspx?lang=en- If you won many items. I will offer a combined shipping for you. Thank you for taking a look.
Paleolithic Danish discoid scraper / blade 5500 - 4500 BC
Paleolithic Danish discoid scraper/blade. This piece is a field find. So accurate dating is not possible. But to the best of my bel ieve it is from the late Maglemose- early Erteb ølle cultu re. 5500- 4500 BC. It is in perfect condition with a nicely worked edge. Diameter 6 cm. Weight 45 grams. I'm having difficulties entering shipping rates. So to avoid any misunderstandings: shipping to the US is 9 dollars- shipping to mainland Europe is 4 euros- shipping to GB is 5 pound
Paleolithic Danish spoon scraper from the Ertebolle culture 4000 - 3000 BC
A beautiful and undam aged spoon scraper with wonderful patin a, fro m the younger Ertebølle culture. 4000-3000 BC. Could be a hand tool, but most likely was used shafted. It was found on the Sønderjylland coast, where the sea is eroding an ancient settlement. It is 7.5 cm long and weighs 43 grams. I'm having difficulties entering shipping rates. So to avoid any misunderstandings: shipping to the US is 9 dollars- shipping to mainland Europe is 4 euros- shipping to GB is 5 pound
Fabulous Levallois Flake - Knife, Homo Heidelbergensis Paleolithic Acheulian
Fabulous Levallois Flake- Knife. Homo Heidelbergensis Paleolithic Acheulian Description Type: Levallois flake/ knife. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Paleolithic: Late Acheulian. Dating: approx. 300.000 to 200.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 6.2 cm, weight 24 grams, Shape. Retouch: a fabulous. Very thin Levallois flake with thin, sharp cutting edge left(with very fine use-wear) The pointed distal end has a fine retouch and splintered use-scars on the interior side. And the right lateral edge with it’s fine use-wear must also have been used for cutting. Raw-material: beautiful marbled Bergerac flint with light patination, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Additional Information. Literature: the region around Bergerac is famous for its beautiful multicolored flint of high quality. These flint deposits have been exploited by ... moreHomo Erectus. Nenaderthals and Cro Magnons from Lower to Upper Paleolithic. Many open-air sites have been unearthed in this region in the last 60 years, some of which are quite famous. It is a region with important Acheulian sites. Finds, most important handaxes and cleavers, were crucial for Acheulian tool typology and definition. The Acheulian layers are somewhat younger than the ones on the main terrace of the Garonne, but the types are quite similar, only that the Early Humans in the region of Bergerac had the choice of the best raw-material. Origin. Site: a large Paleolithic workshop site near Bergerac. Dept. 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 $ 7.80(500 grams box) Registered shipping within Germany is Euro 4,25. We combine items to save on sh
SCRAPER FLINT"Paris Basin"Middle Paleolithic MOUSTERIAN FRENCH PREHISTORY
flint blond white patina of the Paris Basin Middle Paleolithic. period of the Mousterian type of debitage Levallois method.SIZE 52 MM ref 445 100.000 TO 30.000 BC most of them are Middle Paleolithic. some are Upper Paleolithic and some of its objects are some early Neolithic. But the definition is difficult. because I was often asked the same question about the age I said it's actually quite easy. The patina is the result of an alteration of flint blond by particular component of the earth in this region. is an extremely long process. on some parts, it reaches 1/ 2 mm. it's a good way of dating but not infallible it depends on the burial environment. on flint dating back three or four thousand years is superficial alteration of tenth of a millimeter, but it is decreasing which mean it takes longer in the second tenth. you can see ... morethe example photo of a cut in slices and the patina over two millimeters. not in sale) COMBINE SHIPPING wikipedia.org/wiki/Moustérien. Google.fr/imgres?imgurl=http:www.la-detection.com/dp/images2/61894R14.jpg&imgrefurl=http:www.la-detection.com/dp/message-61894.htm&usg=_EVyQcb3KlQoUMVF7liFXFpMnsA4=&h=578&w=667&sz=28&hl=fr&start=74&sig2=-mJ_mnwNrmA5gtS0a5Dz3w&zoom=1&tbnid=mLq3Os-BLonPiM:tbnh=120&tbnw=138&ei=HZTMTPyhDeWG4gaB75DdDA&prev=/images?q=HACHE BASSIN PARSIEN&start=60&um=1&hl=fr&safe=off&sa=N&gbv=1&rlz=1B3GGLL_fr_FR399&tbs=isch:1&um=1&itbs=1. Google.fr/imgres?imgurl=http:www.cavernes-saintonge.info/paleo/zgraqb1.jpg&imgrefurl=http:www.cavernes-saintonge.info/nomade.htm&usg=_HPPnJpaywFvoZ11-zK_hf2qVSCk=&h=388&w=500&sz=71&hl=fr&start=84&sig2=ea7cEqGIzV9biGP1ak8Bgw&zoom=1&tbnid=gcspCGYOhjVJ-M:tbnh=101&tbnw=130&ei=tIvMTODVAceH4Qb2zf2CDg&prev=/images?q=PALEOLITHIQUE BASSIN PARSIEN&start=80&um=1&hl=fr&safe=off&sa=N&gbv=1&rlz=1B3GGLL_fr_FR399&tbs=isch:1&um=1&itbs=1. f`565.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,Rl
PALEOLITHIC FLINT - Big Bifacial Axe
PALEOLITHIC FLINT Very nice and big Paleolithic flint" Bifacial axe" F rom Sahara Desert. Dating: 10.000-15.000 b.C. SIZE: 10.6 x 7,8 x 3,3 WEIGHT: Kg.0.220 Shipping cost to Italy = $ 9.00" to Europe = $ 18.00" to USA = $ 23.00
78mm ancient neolithic paleolithic quartz stone bead sub sahara west africa #62
A huge ancient neolithic or paleolithic quartz stone bead from Niger. Sub Sharan West Africa. Niger is country where antiquities including dinosaur skeletons and evidence of ancient civilizations(4,000BC) have been found under the desert sand. The bead is made of white quartz and would have been very beautiful when new, sparkling in the desert sun. It is also the same shape as pendant beads traditionally used all over west Africa today. This is an authentic stone artifact and not one the new reproductions that are currently emerging from West Africa. It measures 3 inches, 7.6 cm in diameter. The picture may enlarged to show detail, please refer to the measurements for the actual size. Scroll down the page for a full view. there are more great beads and artifacts at my other location with the same name as my ebay store Powered by The free ... morelisting tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
The Cave Beneath the Sea Paleolithic Images at Cosquer Jean Clottes 1996 HB/DJ
The Cave beneath the Sea Paleolithic Images at Cosquer. By Jean Clottes and Jean Courtin. Translated from the French by Marilyn Garner. Published: Harry N. Abrams. Inc. Publishers, New York, English Edition, 1996. This hardcover book measures 10 1/2" X 12 3/8" 200 pages with 191 illustrations. Including 108 plates in color, and 12 maps. The book has black boards with white inlay on the spine. Both the book and dustjacket(folded edges) are in Near Fine condition. Free U. S. Media S&H. Parcel post and priority mail available upon request at an additional cost. Combined S&H available. International S&H higher. Please E-mail us with any questions. Thanks for looking!
Superb Very Rare Paleolithic HandAxe - 750,00 B.P
Superb Very Rare Paleolithic Hand Axe- 750.00 B.P A Superb Very Rare Pointed Hand Axe from the Lower Paleolithic period(Homo Ergaster/Erectus) A complete specimen in it's natural state with NO damage. Discovered in Algeria. North Africa. Axe measures 65mm long and 50mm wide, and is approximately 500,000- 750,000 years old. Weight: 75 gr 100% guaranteed to be authentic. You are bidding on the exact item. As shown and described. This is a fine example and an original artifact. Please see my feedback for confidence in bidding. Paypal preferred 7.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fum.rp73%28df%3B35%3E7-13d1ecf0cbb-0xfe-
Paleolithic figurine Löwenmensch / Lion Man , Germany - professional replica
Professionaly made cast replica of paleolithic figurine found in Germany. Scientific exact copy. Lion man of the Hohlenstein Stadel From Wikipedia. The free encyclopedia Löwenmensch- a lion-headed figurine found in Germany and dating to the Upper Paleolithic. about 30.000 BCE) A lion-headed figure. First called the lion man( Löwenmensch. Literally"lion human" then the lion lady( Löwenfrau) Is a that is the oldest known(animal-shaped) sculpture in the world and one of the oldest known sculptures in general. The sculpture has also been interpreted as. Giving human characteristics to an animal, although it may have represented a. The figurine was determined to be about 30.000 years old. 1] by material from the same layer in which the sculpture was found. It is associated with the archaeological. 2] The sculpture is 29.6 ... morecm(11.7 inches) in height. 5.6 cm wide, and 5.9 cm thick. It was carved out using a stone knife. There are seven parallel. Transverse, carved gouges on the left arm. It is now in the museum in. Germany. History Its pieces were found in 1939 in a named(Stadel cave in Hohlenstein Mountain) in the Lonetal(Lone valley) in the. Due to the beginning of the. It was forgotten and only rediscovered thirty years later. The first reconstruction revealed a humanoid figurine without a head. Between 1997 and 1998, additional pieces of the sculpture were discovered and the head was reassembled and restored. Originally. The figure was classified as male by Joachim Hahn. From examination of some additional parts of the sculpture found later, Elisabeth Schmid decided that the figure was a woman with the head of a" Höhlenlöwin" female) 3] Both interpretations lack scientific evidence. 3] European cave lions. Male and female, lacked the distinctive manes of the African male lion, and so its absence here cannot lead to an interpretation as a'lioness' Recently the ancient figurine has more often been called a lion-headed figurine. Rather than a'lion man' The nam
Mid Paleolithic to Neanderthal Era Hand Axe
Mid Paleolithic to Neanderthal Era Hand Axe from North Africa; 3 5/8" x 2 1/4 W. Made of Gray Quartzite with an attractive wind gloss patina; deep brown on the side exposed to the harsh Sahara winds. A less worn reddish brown on the side longest exposed to the soil. Overall excellent plus condition; no major problems- just a few minor recent bumps and scuffs. Excellent shaping and proportions. Fully guaranteed.
▇ BIFACE ACHELEEN▇ LOWER PALEOLITHIC▇ Algeria▇ Africa.▇
biface acheleen Africa. palaeolithic lower of Algeria. yellow ocher sandstone 12.5 cm for larger photo click on it. for many other items click on"photo protomysta"
PALEOLITHIC GREECE CHOPPER AXE TOOL.
Upper Paleolithic Chopper Hand Axe Tool. Probabaly dates to approx. 100.000 years old or so. Measures 5 1/4" x 3 1/2" x1" Slightly water worn and the man highlighted the flaked ares with ink or marker. Sticker reads"Beach find. Palace of Nectar. Pelaponus,Greece. 1983. Rare artifact! Guaranteed authentic. $5 priority mail shipping. 14 day return.
Plains Paleolithic Butterscotch Chert Alberta Point Eastern Oregon
Plains Paleo Butterscotch Chert Alberta Point Eastern Oregon. Here is a Plains Paleolithic Butterscotch Chert Alberta projectile point from Eastern Oregon. This old point measures 1 1/2 x 7/8 inches. This early prehistoric artifact is guaranteed authentic original Native American artifact found in Eastern Oregon by myself and all provenance will be provided to the winner of this auction. See also our Oregon. Nevada, and California Native American stone and bone artifacts. Please see photographs for more details and ask all questions prior to placing bids. Thanks! Auction Winners! We will notify you of the end of auction total including shipping and insurance options. If you have an active spam blocker you must add our email address to your list as we will not file or request admission. We currently accept Paypal as the eBay required method ... moreof payment. We charge actual shipping costs only and we require insurance on all auctions. INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS: We will enter all information correctly and truthfully on the Customs Form(we only ship items that are legal for international shipping! RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*3A%3Cd%3Ff6%3E-13d3824ce6d-0xf6-
an ancient pre paleolithic fossilized sea urchin bead mali sub sahara #56
A fossilized sea urchin bead from Mali or Niger. Sub Saharan West Africa. While the sea urchin is truly pre paleolithic, I'm not sure how long it has been a bead. The sea urchin measures in length 20 mm and in diameter 36.8 mm. The coin in the picture measures 16 mm in diameter. The picture is enlarged to show detail please refer to the measurements for the exact size. Scroll down the page for a full view. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
HUGE BEAD INCREDIBLE NEOLITHIC PALEOLITHIC QUARTZ 5,000 YRS. OLD SUB- SAHARAN
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL OLD BEAD! IT HAS BEEN KNAPPED OUT OF QUARTZ AND NOT POLISHED. THE AGE PATINA IS REALLY QUITE INCREDIBLE! IT IS FROM MALI. AFRICA. IT IS ABOUT 22 MILLIMETERS ACROSS/DIAMETER AND ABOUT 8 MM THICK. I HAVE UP SOME AMBER BEADS AND A TRADE BEAD MIX THIS WEEK. PLEASE ASK ANY QUESTIONS BEFORE YOU BID. I HAVE A SMOKE FREE. PET FREE, HOME. I WILL PROFESSIONALLY PACKAGE EACH ITEM SO AS TO ARRIVE UNSCATHED. I ALWAYS PUT DELIVERY CONFIRMATION ON ALL PACKAGES AND IT IS FIGURED INTO SHIPPING PRICE. CHECK OUT MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR AN ECLECTIC ASSORTMENT OF ITEMS!
Paleolithic Danish selection of different types of arrowheads
Se lection of differ ent types of Danish paleolithic arrowheads. All these arrowheads were found on the e ast c oast of Jutland(Denmark) on the site of an ancient settlement. Unli ke the splendi dly worked neolithic ar rowheads. These arrowheads had little work done to them. The selection consists of chisel arrowheads. Barbed-and-tanged arrowheads, willow leaf arrowheads, V-type arrowheads, round ended arrowheads, etc. 19 in total. I tried to make a n interesting selection of the arrowheads used in this are a by the early hunters. The i d ea b ehind most of these arrowheads was not to kill a large animal with a sing le shot. But for the hunters to get as many blood letting heads into a beast as possible and then follow it till it ble d to death. Total weight: 56 grams.
Gorgeous Burin on Retouched Truncation, Upper Paleolithic Magdalenian 11.000 BC
Gorgeous Burin on Retouched Truncation. Upper Paleolithic Magdalenian 11.000 BC Description Type: burin on oblique retouched truncation on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Upper Palaeolithic. Magdalenian IV- VI. Dating: the particular site between C 14 13.440 +/ 300 and 12.640 +/+ 260 B.P. Description: Size: length 4.9 cm, weight 11 grams, Shape. Retouch: the burin on retouched truncation is a classic type. This one is a gorgeous specimen where the retouched truncation is oblique. Three burin blows were made at the right edge, below, at the proximal part, is a lateral retouch. The left edge has a significant continuous retouch, as continuation of the retouched truncation at the distal end, Raw-material: brown flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: La Madeleine. The eponymous site for the Magdalenian industry, ... morecommune Tursac, Vézere valley, Dept. 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 $ 7.70(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.
Fabulous Retouched Flint Point, Upper Paleolithic Europe Gravettian 27.000 BC
Fabulous Retouched Flint Point. Upper Paleolithic Europe Gravettian 27.000 BC Description Type: laterally retouched point on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Upper Palaeolithic. Gravettian. Dating: approx. 29.000 to 22.000 B.P. Description: Size: length 6.2 cm, weight 18 grams, Shape. Retouch: a fabulous point with medial ridge on the exterior side. Adding to the resistance of the tool. It has a fine lateral retouch at both edges and the tip. Raw-material: beautiful striped Bergerac flint with creamy patination, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a famous Gravettian site near the Dordogne valley. Dept. 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 ... moreor 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.
Stunning Endscraper, Flint Silex, Upper Paleolithic Europe
Stunning Endscraper. Flint Silex, Upper Paleolithic Europe Description Type: endscraper on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Upper Palaeolithic. From Gravettian to Magdalenian. Dating: approx. 29.000 B.P to 13.000 B.P. Description: Size: length 4.3 cm, weight 20 grams, Shape. Retouch: an absolutely stunning endscraper on flat flake of which the exterior side is cortical. The cortex was peeled off at the distal end and right edge. This must have been quite difficult. See the countless stepped flake scars at the sraper edge. The“knob” in the center of the retouched edge was obviously impossible to remove. Proximal end is a reworked break, the corners to both lateral edges have fine retouch and use-wear. Raw-material: marbled blue-grey patinated flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a famous settlement site in the ... moreDepartment Dordogne which was occupied in Gravettian. Solutrean and Magdalenian. 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. 37,RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp73%28d03%3C%3E37-13d4c0de9d7-0xf8-
Splendid Serrated Tool / Saw - Notch on Blade, Upper Paleolithic Europe
Splendid Serrated Tool/ Saw- Notch on Blade. Upper Paleolithic Europe Description Type: serrated tool/ saw– notch on blade. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Upper Palaeolithic. From Gravettian to Magdalenian. Dating: approx. 29.000 B.P to 13.000 B.P. Description: Size: length 4.5 cm, weight 6 grams, Shape. Retouch: the proximal segment of a blade with finely serrated retouch at the left lateral edge and alternating flaking at the right one. The deep notch is made on the interior side. The other retouch on the exterior side. Distal end is a genune old, lightly blunted break, also with some use-wear, Raw-material: marbled blue-grey patinated flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a famous settlement site in the Department Dordogne which was occupied in Gravettian. Solutrean and Magdalenian. We have been listing more interesting ... morepaleolithic 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.
Wonderful Multiple Dihedral Burin, Flint Silex, Upper Paleolithic Europe
Wonderful Multiple Dihedral Burin. Flint Silex, Upper Paleolithic Europe Description Type: multiple dihedral burin on blade. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Upper Palaeolithic. From Gravettian to Magdalenian. Dating: approx. 29.000 B.P to 13.000 B.P. Description: Size: length 3.8 cm, weight 6 grams, Shape. Retouch: a wonderful delicate multiple dihedral burin on blade segment. At least 5 burin blows were made at the left edge. An oblique one is made at the right edge. The left edge has a significant retouch below the burin blows, the right edge a fine one. Proximal end is a genuine old break which is blunted and has use-wear. Raw-material: marble blue-grey patinated flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a famous settlement site in the Department Dordogne which was occupied in Gravettian. Solutrean and Magdalenian. ... 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 $ 7.70(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.
Fantastic Rare Double Tool: Endscraper - Borer, Flint Silex, Upper Paleolithic
Fantastic Rare Double Tool: Endscraper- Borer. Flint Silex, Upper Paleolithic Description Type: double tool: endscraper– borer on blade. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Upper Palaeolithic. From Gravettian to Magdalenian. Dating: approx. 29.000 B.P to 13.000 B.P. Description: Size: length 5.9 cm, weight 15 grams, Shape. Retouch: a fantastic tool and rare double-tool combination on blade. The quite sturdy distal end is the endscraper with a steep working edge. It has parallel bladelet-like flaking and much secondary edge modification. Proximal end with the tiny platform remnant is transformed to a sturdy borer awl with a concave retouch at each edge. The retouch is continued along the lateral edges. Raw-material: marbled blue-grey patinated flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a famous settlement site in the Department ... moreDordogne which was occupied in Gravettian. Solutrean and Magdalenian. 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.
Fabulous Chopper, Paleolithic Lower Acheulian approx. 800.000 - 400.000 BC
Fabulous Chopper. Paleolithic Lower Acheulian approx. 800.000- 400.000 BC Description Type: chopper on pebble. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Lower Palaeolithic. Lower Acheulian. Dating: archaeological research in Western Europe proved that the European continent has been conquested as early as 1.3 to 1,1 Mio years(finds of Atapuerca/ Spain) Early Pleistocene. The assignment of the oldest human finds at Atapuerca to a particular early human species as Homo erectus or Homo antecessor is still controversial. As controversially discussed is the earliest date of permanent colonization of Europe, and good dating of the high gravel terraces of southern French rivers is still lacking. So we suggest an estimated time frame of approx. 800.000 to 400.000 BP. Description: Size: length 8.0 cm, width 8,5 cm, thickness 5,8 cm, weight 395 grams, Shape. Retouch: ... morea fabulous. Quite small chopper on pebble of which the bottom end is struck off. Working edge at the other end is convex and steep and is made with broad and fine flaking, even with fine edge modification(some of which may be use-scars) Raw-material: a pebble out of grey quartzite. The most common raw-material on the Garonne terraces, Preservation: very well: no modern damages. The surface is somewhat weathered, but flake scars are well defined. Additional Information. Literature: The pebble tools found on the high gravel terraces of the Garonne. Tarn and Aveyron river are among the earliest tools found in Europe. Lit: A. Tavoso, Le Paléolithique supérieur et moyen du Haut-Languedoc, Paris 1978. Origin. Site: high gravel terrace of the Garonne. South of Toulouse, 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-m
Amazing Rare Handaxe Chisel, Paleolithic Lower Acheulian 800.000 - 400.000 BC
Amazing Rare Handaxe Chisel. Paleolithic Lower Acheulian 800.000- 400.000 BC Description Type: handaxe: chisel on pebble Paleolithic Period. Industry: Lower Palaeolithic. Lower Acheulian. Dating: archaeological research in Western Europe proved that the European continent has been conquested as early as 1.3 to 1,1 Mio years(finds of Atapuerca/ Spain) Early Pleistocene. The assignment of the oldest human finds at Atapuerca to a particular early human species as Homo erectus or Homo antecessor is still controversial. As controversially discussed is the earliest date of permanent colonization of Europe, and good dating of the high gravel terraces of southern French rivers is still lacking. So we suggest an estimated time frame of approx. 800.000 to 400.000 BC. Description: Size: length 14.6 cm, width 11,0 cm, thickness 6,2 cm, weight 1030 grams, ... moreShape. Retouch: a rare type of handaxe with respect to European sites(chisels are much more commonly found at African sites) and an amazing specimen. It is made on pebble. And facial flaking is mirrored. Each face has a cortical area at the right edge, the rest of the face is retouched. Facial flaking is significant on the face shown first, even with some edge flaking, while the other face presents only few large flake scars. Working edge at the distal end is wedge-shaped and straight(the edge between the two black lines in picture 7) and each face has a“chisel-blow” a flake scar struck from the distal end. Raw-material: a pebble out of grey quartzite. The most common raw-material on the Garonne terraces, Preservation: very well: the surface is somewhat weathered. But flake scars are well defined. Two small flat recent chips at the distal part of the left edge of the first face, while the scar at the edge in picture 2 seems to be genuine old. Additional Information. Literature: The pebble tools found on the high gravel terraces of the Garonne. Tarn and Aveyron river are among the earliest tools found in Europe. Lit: A. Tavoso, Le Paléolithique supérieur et moyen
Stone age tool lot! From the upper paleolithic to late neolithic!
As you can see in the pictures i offer you these great relics from the stone age. The items are from different ages i think thre are many types from the upper paleolithic. To the late neolithic age. Every piece is in great uncracked condition. They are absolutely originals, but it can be seen well on the items patina. These 32 piece is from an old private collection. In this lot there are many manyi types of items. Some are really hard to find. In the first line, there are 2 hitting stones and some obsidian core and tool. In the second line there are scrapers and really nice wood planes. In the third and fourth line there are many scrapers, knifes, and of course chisels. In the last line there are blades and scrapers. The item lot is quite heavy they are almost 900 gramms! The smallest item is in the pack is 1.9 centimetrs tall and 0,9 wide(the ... moreblade in the last line- second from the left) and the biggest is 5,5 centimeters tall and 4,9 wide(the quadratic scraper- first from the right) I only accept Paypal! Happy Bidding! I don't want to make profit from the shipping cost's price. I always send my packages with expedited priority mail. So everyone gets the packages earlyer and of course safer.
Lower to Mid Paleolithic Hand Axe
Lower to Mid Paleolithic Hand Axe from North Africa; 5 1/4" x 2 9/16" W. Made of a Tan/Gray Quartzite-Jasper? material from Algeria with a beautiful. Eroded wind gloss desert patina. What appears to be a crack in the pointed end is wind erosion of the softer jasper like material. Bold, early shaping and proportions Overall excellent plus condition; no serious problems- just a few minor recent bumps and scuffs. A fine early axe, 250,000 to 1.76 million years B.P. Fully guaranteed.
31 Sahara Neolithic relics - tools, celt, beads, and 1 paleolithic tool.
This group of 31 Sahara Neolithic relics(plus a Paleolithic Aterain tool) is composed of diverse types of relics. Which were discovered on ancient habitation sites deep in the western Sahara desert, mostly in the vicinity of northern Muaratania/Mali but also includes one brown trianglar Eiffel Tower points from Algeria. This group consist of several types and subtypes of projectile points from varying periods of the Neolithic era. Including ovate, stemmed, triangular, and unifacial tool forms. In all there are 18 stone projectile points and tools, 10 hard-stone beads(mostly quartz disc beads) one pottery bead(western Mauratania) one hardstone celt, and a cylindrical labret thought to be used in body piercing or lips or ears. The is also a nice white crescent blade in this lot, possibly used as a bit in a sickle(see seond row) The three sided ... moreunifacial tool seen at the bottom right is from the late Mesolithic era or early Neolithic Morocco. Dating to approximately 7,000 years Before Present. At the upper right you will see an Auterian tool. This is the earlier known type of stone tool with a stem for hafting. Probably to serve as a knife/scrapper. Tips are often worked around for scrapping(not broken) This relic is a good 30,000 years old, possibly much older. This is one of the more diverse offering of ancient Sahara relics you will find. The shortest tool is the sickle bit. It is 9/16th inch(14 mm) long. The longest is a colorful and fine blade. Seen at the bottom, it is 2 5/8th inches(76 mm) long. The celt is 1 inch(26 mm) long. Heel to bit. It has been worked down to a stubby form with a bit dulled from usage. Th ese are everyday work tools and adornments used. And lost or discarded by our Neolithic and earlier hunter-gatherer ancestors. They are all honest, authentic relics in good shape, some will exhibit minor ancient damage(as seen in he photograph) Such as dings, usually to tips, tangs, and/or barbs to stemmed points. Small dings are to be expected given their delicacy, usage, and 4000+ ye
Formation small antique Chinese antique paleolithic stone axe110*50*15mm
Goods value description: item cost is equal to the sum of the QiPaiJia plus freight. So please don't think freight is too high, buy goods much, we will give the freight of preferential, thank you for coming! Description: Long: 110 mm Wide: 50 mm High: 15 mm Between inner long: mm Between the outer wall long: mm Thick: mm Weight: 105 g Origin: China Raw material: jade&stone Color: as shown Note: my goods I was running a lot of place. From rural areas or the dealer collected in his hand. I just want to sell some unique distinctive items! I hope you can like me like it. Like Chinese culture! Due to the photographic technology level and shooting condition limit. Photo is not very beautiful, but we strive to intuitive and natural! The maximum display items of the same, and strive to not distortion. But as a result of the above reasons ... moreand the browser's difference, sometimes photos will and material have some difference, please in kind prevail! Some items belong to wholesale nature, so follow consistent modelling, color I have difference principle, if differences and pictures, please understanding! So please also the pursuit of perfect customer can seriously read later, thoughtful again after the auctions, avoid some unnecessary trouble, thanks for understanding! Hello. Dear friends, welcome to my shop! I'm a new sellers. Although there are some sellers reputation, but due to the reason of teaching last year, more than a year are not do ebay, now what also don't understand! Now is some cheap items. Are based on the cost price to auction, have a plenty of free shipping, some added to the cost of freight inside! If the auction will not come up, only lose money, but everything is in order to get your praise and friendship! We hope we can become good friends, hoped later you can often to my shop, more hope later you can introduce your friends come to my shop, very grateful! Shipping: By the United States. We use the international e mail treasure, general need to 7 to 15 days, at most, not more than 20 d
XXX TOP!!! NICE PALEOLITHIC KNIFE TOP!!! (No. 27) XXX
Nice Paleolithic. Acheulian knife in flint/silex with desert patina! of Homo erectus/Homo ergaster from North Africa guaranted authentic, appr. 350.000- 700.000 B.C. lenght appr. 1 20 mm. Wide appr. 60 mm, weight 130 g old private collection
XXX TOP!! PALEOLITHIC HANDAXE / SCRAPER / BIFACE (No. 28) XXX
Nice Paleolithic. Acheulian handaxe, knife, scraper in flint/silex with desert patina! From North Africa, guaranted authentic, appr. 200.000 B.C. lenght appr. 71 mm. Wide appr. 60 mm, old private collection
Lower Paleolithic Paleolithique Jasper Hand Axe - 700000 to 100000 BP- Sahara
The item is a genuine Acheulean jasper hand axe which was found in the Gorgol country. In Mauritania, near the Senegal River. Description for U.S. and international shipping: the item will be sent in recommanded parcel from Mauritania to worldwide. According to the buyer location in the world. The item shipping time is between 8(France) and 30(USA) business days. Shipping can be combined for a period of 29 days. Request a combined shipping invoice once you have finished buying. Then your order by weight will be calculated for you. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Paleolithic Danish stone axe Maglemose/Ertebolle culture ca. 6500-3000 BC, paleo
Paleolithic Danish stone axe from the Maglemose/Ertebølle culture. Ca. 6500-3000 BC These miniature core axes have the same shape as the larger core axe. But are very small. Some people think they were made as to ys for children. I find this hard to believe and think they were probably inserted into a piece of de er antler and then into a larger wooden shaft. They are quite seldom. One of the oldest form of axes to be found in Denmark. This well worked. B ifaced axe was found in a field in south Jylland on the site of an ancient settlement which i s now par tially under the sea. Weight: 34 grams. Length: 6 cm. Width: 3.5 cm, height: 1.5 cm.
Neolithic paleolithic Danish hand axe, Maglemose/Ertebolle culture
Neolithic Danish hand axe. Maglemose/Ertebølle culture, ca. 6500-3000 BC Weight: 196 grams. Me asurements: 12 x 7 x 3 cm. A well worked bifaced tool. Well patinad. It was found on the site of an ancient settlement in J ylland(west Denmark)
Paleolithic Danish piercer, Ertebolle culture, ca. 4500-3000 BC
Paleolithic Danish piercer. Ertebølle culture, ca. 4500-3000 BC Weight: 47 grams. Length: 8 cm. Width: 5 cm. This piercer was found on the site of an ancient settl ement on the east coast of Jylland(Denmark) It is n icely patinad and well worked. It has a waxy feel to it.
Paleolithic hand Axe from Iberian tribes ref 160
About the item history: I have been collecting this kind of Neolithic artifacts for 16 years. Now i think it's time to downsize the collection. All objects where gathered in my country. I have from other countries, but those won't be for sale. The items are 100% real. Seven lots of Paleolihic lithics for your collection will be listed today. They have some characteristics. That could be used to differ from the others i have been selling, one of them is in the case of axes, this ones have one of the sides always bigger then the other, they are more rude. Great chance to improve your collection. Description: Paleolithic hand Axe from Iberian tribes. 532 grams weight 12 cms high 9.1 cms long: Shipping: Worldwide shipping It will be only charged the real cost. No fees for handling or packing. The items can be shipped in a buble bag. Protected ... morewith buble plastic for only 8 usd. New Shipping fee already include registered mail option. This way you can track your package and prevent that the package get lost. I can combine shipping. But it is necessary that the items can be putted in the bag and the weight less then 1 kg. The bag have the following dimensions: 11.5x21,5 cms There's other bag avaliable for 16 usd that have 17.5x26,5 cms. In this case i would prefer sending in two small bags instead of this last one. Otherwise it can also be sent in a box. But the fees are higher: in this case please contact for a shipping fee. The items will be shipped by the national post service: ctt.pt Gls services can be also used for europe. Weight limit of 40 kgs, so if you intend to purchase more then one and live in europe you can use gls: Usually i use the s-pack box. The xs is very small. Check the shipping costs at: http:www.gls-group.eu/276-I-PORTAL-WEB/content/GLS/PT02/PT/500024_gls_portugal_parcel_shop_price_list.htm:Payment: Make the payment only after receiving the invoice. You can pay with paypal or bank transfer. A litle bit of history about the Neolithic age by wikipedia: The Neolithic Age. Era,
32 Sahara Neolithic relics - tools, celt, beads, and 1 paleolithic tool.
This group of 32 Sahara Neolithic relics is composed of diverse types of relics. Which were discovered on ancient habitation sites deep in the western Sahara desert, mostly in the vicinity of northern Muaratania/Mali but also includes two trianglar Eiffel Tower points from Algeria. This group consist of several types and subtypes of projectile points from varying periods of the Neolithic era. Including ovate, stemmed, triangular, and unifacial tool forms. In all there are 18 stone projectile points and tools, 10 hard-stone quartz disc beads, one pottery bead(western Mauratania) one hardstone celt, and a cylindrical labret of quartz thought to be used in body piercing or lips or ears. Not perfect, it probably is not comple at the squared off end. There are two unifacil blades seen at the bottom. They are from the late Mesolithic era or early ... moreNeolithic Morocco. Dating to approximately 7,000 years Before Present. At the upper right you will see an Auterian tool. This is the earliet known type of stone tool with a stem for hafting. Probably to serve as a knife/scrapper. It is classic form with a tipped which is worked around for scrapping(not broken) This relic is a good 30,000 years old, possibly much older. This is one of the more diverse offering of ancient Sahara relics you will find. The shortest point is a biege triangle of 7/8th inch(21 mm) long. The longest tool is a nice ovate blade of 2 5/8th inches(66 mm) long. The celt is 1 1/4 inches(32 mm) long. Heel to bit. It has been worked down to a stubby form with a bit dulled from usage. Th ese are everyday work tools and adornments used. And lost or discarded by our Neolithic and earlier hunter-gatherer ancestors. They are all honest, authentic relics in good shape, some will exhibit minor ancient damage(as seen in he photograph) Such as dings, usually to tips, tangs, and/or barbs to stemmed points. Small dings are to be expected given their delicacy, usage, and 4000+ years lying in the desert, subject to damage by adverse weather, animals, and now 4-w
Big Lower Paleolithic Quartzite Hand Axe - 22 cm - 700000 to 100000 BP- Sahara
The item is a genuine Acheulean quartzite hand axe which was found in the Gorgol country. In Mauritania, near the Senegal River. Description for U.S. and international shipping: the item will be sent in recommanded package from Mauritania to worldwide. According to the buyer location in the world. The item shipping time is between 8(France) and 30(USA) business days. Shipping can be combined for a period of 29 days. Request a combined shipping invoice once you have finished buying. Then your order by weight will be calculated for you. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
12000Y.O: WONDERFUL SCRAPER DANISH STONE AGE LATE PALEOLITHIC FLINT PATINA!!
NORTHERN EUROPEAN STONE AGE ARTIFACTS BY PALATINA AUTHENTICITY GUARANTEED Description"End-of-blade-scraper. Slender, with convex edge" occurs in the Reindeer-Cultures(Hamburger- Federmesser, Bromme, and Ahrensburg-Cultures 12500-8900 bc) of Northern Europe and the other Hunter and Gatherer Cultures, but not in the older Erteboelle-Ellerbek Culture(5400-4000 bc) End-of-Blade-Scraper: blades which at one end. More rarely at both, and mostly at the end opposite to the percussion bulb, are provided with a scraping edge which may be convex, straight, concave or oblique. The side edges may be blunted, but in most instances not. The cutting edge is often polished by wear. The length is between 20 and 150 mms, mostly between 40 and 120, and the width may also vary considerably. Length of this wonderful trimmed artifact is 58 mms. Terrific ... morepatinized marble-like flint with microfossil includings! Provenance is an old collection. More informations will follow the artifact. I guarantee absolutely for the authenticity of this terrific Stone Age artifact. Please view also my other auctions with relics from the European Prehistory. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*3A%3Cd%3Ff6%3E-13dc1631104-0xf4-
80.000Y.O: ACE KNIFE "KEILMESSER" STONE AGE PALEOLITHIC NEANDERTHAL MICOQUIAN
EUROPEAN STONE AGE ARTIFACTS BY PALATINA AUTHENTICITY GUARANTEED Description of the Homo Neanderthalensis- the Neanderthal( Neandertal) men from the Micoquian phase about 100.000- 60.000 years ago. Micoquian industries" is the term archaeologists use to describe a specific set of lithic tools found on European sites. These are associated with Neanderthal peoples. The type site is La Micoque. In France. Homo sapiens neanderthalensis is the species name given to a homo specimens that inhabited Europe and the Middle East. In 1856 Johann Karl Fuhlrott. A teacher and amateur naturalist, first recognized the fossil called“Neanderthal man” discovered in Neanderthal a valley near Mettmann in what is now North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Homo Neanderthalensis is a distinctive form of archaic Homo sapiens, with a long, flat, braincase(capacity ... more1200–1750 ccm) a retreating frontal, heavy brow ridge, and a projecting face with a large nose. Contrary to early reconstructions, Neanderthals were fully upright, but had stocky, muscular body build. Fossil evidence indicates Neanderthal characters evolved slowly from the Homo Heidelbergensis about 500.000 years ago, but the full set of features only occur after 100.000 years ago as a result of adaptations to a cold climate. There is a particular concentration of finds in W Europe. Where Neanderthals disappear ca. 33.000 years ago with the arrival of anatomically modern humans(H. sapiens sapiens) in SW Asia the two subspecies coexisted for c.60 000 years(100 000–40 000 years ago) A wider artifact from the Micoquien is the Keilmesser(bifacially worked knife) Which has a clearer chronology in Central Europe. From this some archeologists have proposed substituting the term Keilmesser group for Micoquien. Micoquien artifacts are distributed across all of East and Central Europe. In Germany they can be found at Balver Höhle and Lonetal. The length of this stunning flint tool is 75 mms. Provenance is an old German collection. More details will follow the artifacts. I guaran
Terrific Semicircular Scraper, Paleolithic Lower Acheulian approx. 600.000 BC
Terrific Semicircular Scraper. Paleolithic Lower Acheulian approx. 600.000 BC Description Type: semicircular scraper on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Lower Palaeolithic. Lower Acheulian. Dating: archaeological research in Western Europe proved that the European continent has been conquested as early as 1.3 to 1,1 Mio years(finds of Atapuerca/ Spain) Early Pleistocene. The assignment of the oldest human finds at Atapuerca to a particular early human species as Homo erectus or Homo antecessor is still controversial. As controversially discussed is the earliest date of permanent colonization of Europe, and good dating of the high gravel terraces of southern French rivers is still lacking. So we suggest an estimated time frame of approx. 800.000 to 400.000 BP. Description: Size: length 7.0 cm, width 9,1 cm, thickness 3,7 cm, weight 295 ... moregrams, Shape. Retouch: a terrific small(in comparison to other early tools from this site) semicurcular scraper. It is made on a flake with flat cortical base. And is retouched at the entire margin except the base. The front and back are thinned at the lower right(left) corner. Raw-material: grey quartzite. The most common raw-material on the Garonne terraces. Preservation: very well: the surface is somewhat weathered and flake scars are slightly rounded. But still well defined. One tiny recent chip at the scraper edge(corner distal end– right edge) which in no way detract from value and beauty of this terrific tool! Additional Information. Literature: The pebble tools found on the high gravel terraces of the Garonne. Tarn and Aveyron river are among the earliest tools found in Europe. Lit: A. Tavoso, Le Paléolithique supérieur et moyen du Haut-Languedoc, Paris 1978. Origin. Site: high gravel terrace of the Garonne. South of Toulouse, 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? Ple
Stunning Large Retouched Point, Paleolithic, Late Acheulian, approx. 250.000 BC
Stunning Large Retouched Point. Paleolithic, Late Acheulian, approx. 250.000 BC Description Type: laterally retouched point on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Middle Paleolithic: Late Acheulian. Dating: approx. 300.000 to 200.000 B.C. Description: Size: length 13.4 cm, weight 285 grams, Shape. Retouch: a stunning large asymmetrical point with concave left and convex right edge. The concave edge was the core’s ridge. Most of the retouch was made on the core. The edge is thick and perpendicular to to both faces. The tip(pictures 4,5,6) is significantly retouched. The convex edge is thin and has a bilateral retouch. Retouch at the medial part of the exterior side is flat, retouch on the interior side is steeper, with a notch at distal and proximal part, the scars inbetween are recent. Stunning is the retouch at the proximal end/ platform ... moreremnant(pictures 9 and 10) Raw-material: creamy beige patinated Bergerac flint, Preservation: very well: on flat larger and few very small recent scars at the left edge of the interior side. They do not detract from value and beauty of this interesting point, Additional Information. Literature: the region around Bergerac is famous for its beautiful multicolored flint of high quality. These flint deposits have been exploited by Homo Erectus. Nenaderthals and Cro Magnons from Lower to Upper Paleolithic. Many open-air sites have been unearthed in this region in the last 60 years, some of which are quite famous. It is a region with important Acheulian sites. Finds, most important handaxes and cleavers, were crucial for Acheulian tool typology and definition. The Acheulian layers are somewhat younger than the ones on the main terrace of the Garonne, but the types are quite similar, only that the Early Humans in the region of Bergerac had the choice of the best raw-material. Origin. Site: a large Paleolithic workshop site near Bergerac. Dept. Dordogne, France. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t you find w
Gorgeous Retouched Ridge - Blade with Endscraper, Upper Paleolithic Europe
Gorgeous Retouched Ridge- Blade with Endscraper. Upper Paleolithic Europe Description Type: laterally retouched ridge-blade with endscraper/ retouched truncation. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Upper Palaeolithic. From Gravettian to Magdalenian. Dating: approx. 29.000 B.P to 13.000 B.P. Description: Size: length 5.7 cm, weight 7 grams, Shape. Retouch: a slender subsequent order ridge-blade of curved shape with continuous lateral retouch at both edges and retouched truncation/ endscraper at the distal end. This retouch is interesting. Struck from different edges, see the dotted lines in picture 4. This tool seems to be a reworked burin, rests of a former burin blow are visible at the distal part of the right edge(picture 7, partly reworked by the lateral retouch) Raw-material: marbled grey patinated flint, Preservation: very well. No modern ... moredamages, Origin. Site: a famous settlement site in the Department Dordogne which was occupied in Gravettian. Solutrean and Magdalenian. 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. a;06d2.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp73%28%3Ea%3B06d2-13dc16dce29-0xf4-
Exceptional Multi-Tool: Endscraper - Notch - Splintered Piece, Upper Paleolithic
Exceptional Multi-Tool: Endscraper- Notch- Splintered Piece. Upper Paleolithic Description Type: multi-tool: endscraper– notch– splintered piece on flake. Paleolithic Period. Industry: Upper Palaeolithic. From Gravettian to Magdalenian. Dating: approx. 29.000 B.P to 13.000 B.P. Description: Size: length 3.3 cm, weight 4 grams, Shape. Retouch: an exceptional multi-tool on small flat flake with endscraper at the distal end. A deep notch at the left edge and a wedge-shaped splintered proximal end, most probably used as chisel. Raw-material: marble grey patinated flint, Preservation: very well. No modern damages, Origin. Site: a famous settlement site in the Department Dordogne which was occupied in Gravettian. Solutrean and Magdalenian. We have been listing more interesting paleolithic artifacts. Please have a look! Do you have questions? Don’t ... moreyou 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.
French paleolithic flint: Acheulean Scraper -550 000 / -300 000 BC
FRENCH ACHEULEAN FLINT Collected in Normandy(west of France) by local finders in 1970-75(Old collection E. Doruard) Scraper Area/context: Calvados(Normandy) West of Paris Basin. Occupation area of neanderthal(550 000- 4 1 000 BC) and Omo Sapiens(approx. 40 0 00 BC) Period: Acheulean(Upper paleolithic) 550 000/ 300 000 BC) Type of artefact: Acheulean Discoid scraper. Lovely retouchs on the active side of the tool Large cortex No recent accident. Perfect condition! P atina 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 imita tions! Size/weight: 8 X 5 cms- 86 grs S pectacular collector's item! More informations will be communicated with the artefact(documentation concerning others tools ... morefound on the same area + locali s ation) Thèmes: Neolithique/neolithic Paleolithique/Paleolithic Silex Prehistoric tools
Belarus Silver coin PROOF The Paleolithic Venus. Kastionki Mintage 3500pcs 2011
Belarus 20 Rubles silver PROOF coin 2011 The Paleolithic Venus. Kastionki The coin is rectangular in shape with a raised rim on the obverse and the reverse. The coin’s edge is plain. The obverse: in the upper left-hand corner– the relief image of the State Coat of Arms of the Republic of Belarus; in the center– the image of the cave drawing of a bull in the Lascaux cave in France; The reverse: in the center– the relief image of the most ancient figure of The Paleolithic Venus found in Kastionki village(Voronezh region) representing the Earth Goddess. Coin shipping in capsule with certificate. Country Belarus Denomination 20 rubles Quality PROOF Metal, Silver 925/1000 Total weight. G 28.28 Fine metal content not less than. G- Diameter. Mm 28х40 Thickness. Mm- Mintage. Pcs. PROOF WORLDWIDE REGISTRED INSURED SHIPPING- $5.0 COMBINE SHIPPING- ... moreADD JUST 1$ FOR EACH ADDITIONAL COIN. BE SURE BEFORE BIDDING THAT YOUR COUNTRY CUSTOM LOW A ALLOWS YOU TO RECIEVE SUCH ITEMS BY MAIL. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. b7g.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*0%3C3%3Eb7g-13de04aa5ae-0xfc-
Prehistory,Paleolithic Age,Korea Registered Cover
Shipping and handling cost* Prehistory. Paleolithic Age/ S.Korea REG cover with pictorial postmark* Shipping and handling cost US$ 3.00 = regular air mail(WorldWide) at buyer's risk if lost or stolen* US$ 6.00 = registered Air mail(WorldWide) Paypal only accepted* If your items don't include heavy lot. You will pay shipping cost only one time no matter how many items you buy. I will conbine all items) If you buy heavy items like books. Shipping cost will be changed. Please check shipping and handling information. I will notify defferent shipping information at the description. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
FINE NEOLITHIC ARROWHEAD ARROW HEAD POINT EGYPTIAN AFRICAN SAHARA PALEOLITHIC
Here's a really nice Neolithic point out of the Sahara. This is out of a fresh shipment directly from out African traders. This is a very fine example and measures 1 3/8 inches long. These range in age from 2.000-6,000 years old. I believe Neolithic artifacts will only continue increase in value. The exportation of these will eventually cease and the values will increase even more. Get these while the getting is good! Shipping in the USA is free- please contact me for international rates. We offer a 14 day money back guarantee on everything we sell. Thank you for visiting The Stonehenge Museum Supply Co. Please have a look at our other treasures. Powered by The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
Shouldered Point With COA Paleolithic Period, 14000 B.P.!
Here is an excellent example from the Upper Paleolithic Period in Morroco. This is a Magdalenian Shouldered Point made from a high grade chalcedony. It is 3 3/16" long X 15/16" wide and dates back to the time period around 14.000 B.P. It displays excellent weathering and is somewhat translucent as seen in the photo. This was previously from the Collection of Rick Nilsson and includes an Artifact Authenication Certificate by The Jackson Galleries. More pics available on request. Own a piece of history! ag6 2.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp73%28c%3Eag6%3E2-13e84577ae3-0xf7-
Paleolithic Acheulean Early Man Axe, Prehistoric Collectible African Artifact
LOWER PALEOLITHIC(ACHEULEAN) EARLY MAN HAND AXE. The term Paleolithic was coined by archaeologist John Lubbock in 1865. It derives from the Greek palaios(old) and lithos(stone) Meaning O ld Stone Age, compared to the later Neo-lithic or New Stone Age. The Paleolithic Era is divided into 3 ages. The Upper(10,000 to 50,000 BP) Middle( 30.000 to 300,000 BP) and Lower(up to 2 million years ago) It is in the Lower Paleolithic that we find the Acheulean Tradition, which covers a time span of from 100.000 to over 1 million years before our present time. Surviving artifacts of this period are known as paleoliths and were manufactured by early hominids. From Homo habilis and Homo erectus to early Neanderthal, all predecessors of our species, Homo sapiens. To hold one of these very ancient artifacts in your hand, to know that it was made hundreds of ... morethousands of years ago by a primitive human species to aid in daily survival, is truly a humbling experience and a direct connection to our distant past. No one knows exactly how many of these incredible artifacts actually exist or will ever be discovered, but one thing is certain.they are wonderful collectible artifacts while they are available! This piece is 4.25" long. 2.5" wide, a little over 1.25" thick, weighs 10 ounces, and is in excellent condition with beautiful ancient weathering. This is a meaningful piece of the history of mankind and a great prehistoric collectible artifact. And remember. There is free shipping anywhere in the United States. I offer 1-day shipping as a matter of course. And 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. It was found in the Sahara Desert of Northern Africa. As with all of my artifacts, it is Guaranteed authentic for life! FREE SHIPPING to the US. Shipping to Canada is $9.50. All other international will be $15.08. Please contact me for combined shipping rates. If you are buying more than one item. Please let me know and don&
French paleolithic tool: Terrific Levallois Blade (- 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! LEVALLOIS BLADE* 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: Terrific long Levallois Blade Continuously retouched 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: 1 0 X 4 cms- 74 grs S pectacular collector's item! Please. Do not hesitate to Check out my! Paiement and shipping informations* Shipments went all on Wednesday. After t
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Nice Paleolithic tool. Scraper with beautiful desert patina! From North Africa, guaranted authentic, appr. 2 5 0.000- 100.000 B.C. lenght appr. 113 mm. Wide appr. 47 mm, weight 106 g old private collection
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Nice bifacial Paleolithic tool. Scraper with beautiful desert patina! of early Homo sapiens( from North Africa guaranted authentic, appr. 250.000- 100.000 B.C. lenght appr. 118 mm. Wide appr. 48 mm, weight 116 g old private collection
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Nice Paleolithic. Acheulian handaxe of European Homo erectus from Portugal! guaranted authentic, appr. 800.000- 600.000 B.C. lenght appr. 112 mm. Wide appr. 91 mm, weight 375 g old private collection
33 Sahara Neolithic relics - tools, celt, beads, and 1 paleolithic tool.
This group of 33 Sahara Neolithic relics. Plus a Paleolithic Aterian tool, is composed of diverse types of relics, which were discovered on ancient habitation sites deep in the western Sahara desert, mostly in the vicinity of northern Muaratania/Mali but also includes three trianglar Eiffel Tower points from Algeria. This group consist of several types and subtypes of projectile points from varying periods of the Neolithic era. Including ovate, stemmed, triangular, and unifacial tool forms. In all there are 21 stone projectile points and tools, 10 hard-stone beads(mostly quartz disc beads) one pottery bead(western Mauratania) one hardstone celt, and a cylindrical labret thought to be used in body piercing or lips or ears. There is a unifacial tool seen at the bottom middle. It is from the late Mesolithic era or early Neolithic Morocco, dating ... moreto approximately 7,000 years Before Present. At the upper right you will see an Auterian tool from the Sahara. This is the earlier known type of stone tool with a stem for hafting. Probably to serve as a knife/scrapper. Tips are often worked around for scrapping(not broken) as is this one. This relic is a good 30,000 years old, possibly much older. This is one of the more diverse offering of ancient Sahara relics you will find in one lot. The shortest point is a triangle of 3/4th inch(19 mm) long. The longest tool is a nice ovaal blade of 2 3/8th inches(62 mm) long. Seen at bottom right. The celt is 1 3/8th inches(34 mm) long. Heel to bit. It has been worked down to a stubby form with a bit dulled from usage. Th ese are everyday work tools and adornments used. And lost or discarded by our Neolithic and earlier hunter-gatherer ancestors. They are all honest, authentic relics in good shape, some will exhibit minor ancient damage(as seen in he photograph) Such as dings, usually to tips, tangs, and/or barbs to stemmed points. Small dings are to be expected given their delicacy, usage, and 4000+ years lying in the desert, subject to damage by adverse weather, animals,
INDIGENOUS PALEOLITHIC AXE
Description Authentic axe unifacially carved in White chert. Possible used in domestic activities for Indian people. Raw Material: White and yellow chert Measures: Lenght: 5’ x Width: 2.5’ x Thick: 1.5’
PALEOLITHIC INDIGENOUS STONE KNIFE
Description: Authentic indigenous knife. Belongs to Paleolithic Period, handcrafted in stone an unifacially way. Raw Material: White and yellow chert Measures: Lenght: 3.5‘ x Width: 1.5’ x Thick: 0.5’
CLOVIS PALEOLITHIC PEDERNAL KNIFE
Description: Authentic pedernal knife from paleolithical period. Clovis style, carved bifacially used like cutter in domestic Indian activities. This piece has a wood handle which shows how was handle originally. Also the handle has a zoomorphic carved as decorative figure. Raw material: Flint stone and handle in wood Measure: Length: 8’ x width: 1 ½’ On May-12-13 at 16:20:03 PDT. Seller added the following information: Clovis. Bifacial. Knife. Paleolithic. Native American. F3d.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Feog4d72f%2B%3Ef3d-13ea0e8178a-0x109-