Barbed and tanged arrowhead

Description
Barbed and tanged arrowheads are a characteristic stone tool made in the early Bronze Age. They are often found in burials with Beaker pottery and copper objects. This example comes from Fernworthy in Devon.
Accession Loan No.
71/1952
Simple Name
arrowhead
Full Name
barbed and tanged arrowhead
Collection Country
United Kingdom: England
Common Name
barbed and tanged arrowhead
Material
flint/chert
Period Classification
Early Bronze Age (2600-1600 BC)
Collection Class
Devon archaeology
Collection Contintent
Europe
Collection Area Region
Northern Europe
Collection County
Devon
Collection Site Name
Fernworthy
Created At
2016-10-13 15:45:31
Updated At
2016-10-13 15:45:31

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