From: Japan

Curatorial Section: Asian

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Object Number 13200
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Late Paleolithic (uncertain) | Jomon (uncertain) | Yayoi (uncertain) | Japanese
Provenience Japan
Period Late Paleolithic (uncertain) | Jomon (uncertain) | Yayoi (uncertain) | Jomon (uncertain) | Yayoi (uncertain)
Date Made Late Paleolithic, Japan - Yayoi
Section Asian
Materials Stone
Technique Flaked | Chipped

Arrowhead, point or drill (石錐). Small elongated narrow point. Bifacially retouched. Gray stone. 13186, 13192, 13200, 29-192-9 and 29-183-24 are very narrow elongated bifacially retouched points. Each one is quite wide in the center. 29-192-9 is the largest of the group. These objects are probably another form of arrowhead or point which can tentatively be dated anywhere from the Late Paleolithic Period to Yayoi Period.

Length 2 cm
Width 0.5 cm
Credit Line Exchange with the Japanese Commissioner, World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
Other Number 41 - Other Number

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