This is a Capsian Culture Arrowhead, c. 8000 B.C. - 2700 B.C. A brown flint 'Christmas Tree' type arrowhead found at an eroded site near the Algerian border. Provenance: From an old German collection. The artefact is in very fine condition and measures 44mm long.

The Capsian culture was a Mesolithic and Neolithic culture centered in the Maghreb that lasted from about 8,000 to 2,700 BC. It was named after the town of Gafsa in Tunisia, which was known as Capsa in Roman times.

Price: 28.00

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Capsian Culture Arrowhead. NP Collectables
NAN197 Capsian Culture Arrowhead
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