Lower Palaeolithic Chopping Tool With Natural Central Hole c400k Yrs

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Seller: muddy-feet (2.773) 100%, Location: West Malling, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 114127412946 Lower Palaeolithic, Achuelian chopping tool with natural hole. This crude partially bifaced chopping tool has been created on a split flint nodule. It has an angled trihedral distal point with a possible side cutting edge? It would appear that creator of this tool made it with aesthetics in mind. The nodule has a natural central hole in the centre, it is possible that the hole may have had some kind of symbolic meaning to it's maker or perhaps group? A very collectable early northwestern European tool in a nice collectable condition. Length: 110 mm Width: 65 mm Weight: 330 grams C 400,000 years bp From an old collection, provenance details will be supplied with the sale. Found Kent, UK. Provenance: Ownership History Available, Material: flint, Type: Chopping tool

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