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This is a Neolithic Flint Knife, Tenerean Culture, c. 4000-2500 B.C. Made from flint with a distinctive reddish brown colouring, collected in the Tenere area of the Sahara, a vast tract of land between Niger, Mali and Algeria. Found in open sites where the weathering has made the habitations rise to the surface of the desert. Provenance: ex- Arthur Halcrow Versage Collection, Reigate, Surrey. The artefact has no modern or old damage and measures 55mm x 28mm.
Price: 22.00




 
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Neolithic Tenerean Culture Flint Knife c. 4000-2500 B.C.  NP Collectables
NAN183 Neolithic Tenerean Culture Flint Knife c. 4000-2500 B.C.
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