Superb Middle Palaeolithic Triangular Drill on a Flint Nodule c200,000k Years

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Seller: muddy-feet (2.773) 100%, Location: West Malling, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 114142510311 Superb Middle Palaeolithic 90° drill/borer created on a flint nodule. The drill is triangular in plan with thick lateral edges that converge to an exceedingly fine dihedral point. The proximal end retains some areas of original cortex that fit economically in the palm, it also has finger notches for a firm grip. This wonderful tool has been made for left handed use. Length: 14 cm Width: 9 cm Weight: 500 grams c 200,000 years bp H. neanderthalensis From an old British collection, provenance details supplied with the sale. Found Kent. Provenance: Ownership History Available, Type: Drill/borer, Material: flint

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