Neolithic stone tools

Neolithic stone tools

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Caption: Neolithic tools. Ancient stone tools made by neolithic (stone age) humans around 6000 BC. These are flakes, sharp slivers of stone which were chipped from larger blocks. They are made from obsidian, a hard, black volcanic rock commonly used in the neolithic age for the construction of tools and weapons. These flakes were made from obsidian quarried in Monte Arci, Sardinia, Italy.

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