uMuseum Stone Age Primitive Artifact Aterian Stem Levallois Tool ~2"
One rare stone age artifact tool, some stem, 2"
Suitable for office, collecting, gifts, study; includes descriptive card
Over 2" long and 1" wide, 1/4" thick, over 7 grams; item shipped will vary slightly
Very good condition, made by ancient techology
Details: This is a Rare primitive stone age technology artifact. It is from the what is now the Sahara desert .It is about 2" long and about 1" wide, medium size; the colors are tans and browns in its fine state; this treasure would definitely make a very rare and collectible piece; It is from the stone ages. These were used on spears, and as arrowheads, scrapers, skinners, and knives. Aterian tools were used by primitive man; the tool making technology is in the Mousterian Lithic tradition and called Levallois; 1 specified buys 1 artifact, 3 buys 3 artifacts, etc.
Item Note: Genuine Neanderthal Man archeological artifact 12,000 to 55,000 years old.