Flint Blade - London Coin Galleries
During the Stone Age, flint tools were made by "knapping." A process where one hard object is used to strike another hard object such as flint stone to create a shape or form. Flint was a natural choice as it splits when struck forming sharp splinters called flakes or blades.
Western Kentucky man finds largest Clovis point ever found in North America
For lifelong artifact hunter Darrel Higgins, finding an arrowhead was nothing new, but the one he found recently in Western Kentucky was special: It is bigger than any other ever found in North America. "The item, described as a Clovis point made of Buffalo River chert, was submerged in a creek bed when Higgins stumbled upon it," Kyser Lough of the Murray Ledger & Times reports. Eastern Kentucky artifact expert Tom Davis dated the point back to the days when prehistoric man roamed the earth…
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Mesolithic flint tools
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