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Antler

Object Number:87-39-1182
Current Location: Collections Storage
Culture:Neolithic
Swiss Lake Dweller
Provenience: Switzerland
Lake Neuchatel
Period: Neolithic
Section:European
Materials:Antler
Stag Horn
Credit Line:Gift of American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, 1987
Other Number:L-37-1182 - Old Museum Number
27 (tag) - Original Number

Description

Antler of Cervus elaphus. One prong and base of antler. Gnawed by rodent. Prong polished and showing marks of use as tool.

Bibliography:

[Book] Peale, Benjamin F. 1873. Specimens of the stone age of the human race as collected and arranged by Franklin Peale; Copied in photography with a catalogue and introduction, also various communications on the subject made by him to the American Philosophical Society.. Philadelphia. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: #27, plate 91View Objects related to this Actual Citation

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