From: Japan

Curatorial Section: Asian

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Object Number 13143
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture Late Paleolithic | Japanese
Provenience Japan
Period Upper Paleolithic
Date Made Late Paleolithic, Japan
Section Asian
Materials Stone
Technique Flaked

Stone tool. Knife or point. Long narrow tool coming to a rounded point at both ends. Wider at center. Flaked entire length of tool and on both sides. One end has traces of red pigment. Pearson-examples 12, 14, date to Late Paleolithic period ca. 11,000 BC, represent the late paleolithic in Hokkaido 10 and 13 in. long-largest and 114 early late Yayoi, Nara called stone spear.

Length 11.3 cm
Width 3.2 cm
Thickness 1.2 cm
Credit Line Exchange with the Japanese Commissioner, World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
Other Number 1 - Other Number

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