Africa: Prehistoric
Other Artifacts
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Prehistoric flakes cores tools made of Libyan Glass
AFRICA:

Prehistoric Artifacts as flakes, knifes, drills and others, made out of "Impact Glas".

This material was formed during an impact of a meteorite, known also as "Libyan Glass".

Like Obsidian, a volcanic glass, it was used in prehistoric times for the production of tools, weapons and jewellery.

Length:

from 26 up to 66 mm

€ 6.- each Gramm
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AFRICA:

Small figure OSIRIS, made of bronze, stable patina.

Cultural Period:

Ca. 4th-6th century B.C.

Dimensions (HxBxT):

80x21xca.7,5 mm

Weight:

22,6 g

Above on the right over the right ear, small piece is missing, otherwise intactl

The figure is delivered on a small wood pedestal.

€ 580.-
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AFRICA:

Neolithic Saw, produced from a flake made of Jasper.

Measurements(LxBxD):

91,5x18,5x11 mm

Weight:

17,9 g

€ 45.-
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AFRICA:

2 nice neolithic Knifes with surface flaking, made of Jasper.

Nr.1:

€ 65.-

Nr.2:

€ 45.-

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