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B3325.	EARLIEST HUMAN TOOLS. Paleolithic, England, Twydall, ca. 300,000 yrs. Flaked chert or flint tool with Twydall find number 1447 in ink. 1.7 x 3.25 inches. These stone tools from Twydall are considered to the the earliest evidence of human tool making in Britain. Rare and of great historical importance.

B3325. EARLIEST HUMAN TOOLS. Paleolithic, England, Twydall, ca. 300,000 yrs. Flaked chert or flint tool with Twydall find number 1447 in ink. 1.7 x 3.25 inches. These stone tools from Twydall are considered to the the earliest evidence of human tool making in Britain. Rare and of great historical importance.

Thousands of stone tools from the early Upper Palaeolithic, unearthed from a cave in Jordan, reveal clues about how humans may have started organising into more complex social groups by planning tasks and specialising in different technical skills.

Stone tools from Jordan point to dawn of division of labour. Two stone tool points were made using a prismatic blade technique (left and center), and a bone point or needle (right) [Credit: Aaron Stutz/Emory University]

Ancient Native American Indian Artifacts, Relics and Arrowheads - Flint Tools Page 3

ancient native american Indian artifacts, knapped stone tools, relics, stoneage tools, arrowheads for sale

Clovis point images - Google Search. Clovis points from various sites in North America

The Gault site is a stratified multicomponent site with an extensive, artifact-rich Clovis component, located in central Texas.

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Humans created first stone axes 350,000 years earlier than first ...

Humans created first stone axes 350,000 years earlier than first thought

Breakthrough: Researchers established the age of the tools (not pictured) by dating the surrounding sediments. and the results were surprising

Seen from four angles, a South African stone was likely shaped for a spear..Some of our early human ancestors may have been smarter, and deadlier, than we thought, according to a new study of what may be Earth's oldest stone spear points.If the dating is correct, it suggests our evolutionary forebears mastered the art of the stone-tipped spear half a million years ago—some 250,000 years earlier than previously thought.

Stone Spear Tips Surprisingly Old—"Like Finding iPods in Ancient Rome" Half-million-year-old weapons suggest human mind grew sharper earlier.

Lomekwian

The oldest stone tools have been found, but who made them? Scientists evaluate the possibilities for who made the oldest stone tools; called the Lomekwian.

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Cahokia notched hoes, disciodals and spuds or ritual axes.

Alibates Flint Quarries. Alibates was the quarry site for high-quality, rainbow-hued flint that was distributed throughout the Great Plains in pre-Columbian times. It is jointly operated with the Lake Meredith National Recreation Area and includes the ruins of several Plains Village Indian dwellings.

Alibates Flint Quarries. Alibates was the quarry site for high-quality, rainbow-hued flint that was distributed throughout the Great Plains in pre-Columbian times. It is jointly operated with the Lake Meredith National Recreation Area and includes the ruins of several Plains Village Indian dwellings.

Three Pre-Historic, Lower Palaeolithic Flint Stone Tools. France.  The largest marked ‘Pick. Double ended. Transition. Somme Gravels. Abb 1841’ and to the reverse ‘27’   The larger Acheulian Biface marked: ‘Somme Gravels. Abbeville’ and to the reverse ‘16’   The smaller Acheulian Biface marked ‘Abbeville’   Circa 200-100’000 years old     Sizes: 19cm long – 7½ ins long (max.)   10cm long – 4 ins long (min.)

Three Pre-Historic, Lower Palaeolithic Flint Stone Tools at Finch & Co, in London, England.