Neolithic Mixed Arrowheads ~ Lot Of 20 Points [7-p4] For SaleUp for sale today is a Nice Lot of 20 Neolithic Mixed Arrowheads. They measure approximately 7/8 to 1 & 7/8 inches long and 3/8 to 7/8 inch wide.There may be some nicks/dings and maybe a re-chip.All of my Artifacts are found in North Africa. They are 2000 to 5000 years old. They are 100% Guaranteed Authentic for Life. offer with Confidence! I Combine Shipping. All orders are shipped via The U.S.P.S. with Tracking. *This Neolithic Material is becoming harder to find every day. Get some while you still can. I will be listing new sales every week!
Like the Old Stone Age, the people of the New Stone Age used stone for tools. Neo is a root we use in the English language, it comes from the Greek word neos, which means new or recent. So, Neolithic means "New Stone." If people were still using mostly stone for tools, why do we bother separating these two eras? The New Stone Age was a time when the Earth's climate was warmer than the climate in the Old Stone Age. No one knows for sure why the Earth warmed; around 12,000 years ago, the Earth ended its last great ice age. As the Earth warmed, the population of people and animals increased. A temperate climate meant that animals and people could stay in one place. Some people decided to give up their nomadic lifestyle and settle down. Homes became permanent. People learned to grow their own crops, rather than search for wild berries and grains.
When it comes to Artifacts there are different types of Patina. I have listed them below. A lot of Neolithic Relics tend to have a "Gloss Patina". Because of this, I have some collectors question the Relics Authenticity. I often hear, "These look modern, not ancient." This is a common misconception. I hope this information helps new and old collectors alike. Buy With Confidence!! All of my Artifacts are 100% Guaranteed Authentic for Life!
DIFFERENT TYPES OF PATINA - "Color patina: orange, dark brown, to black coloration." - "Gloss patina (glanzpatina): smooth, shiny reflective surface that may cover all or parts of an artifact." - "White patina: granular, chalky white coating on an artifact’s surface." - "Porcelain patina: white, glossy reflective coating that may also present features like pits." - "Dendritic patina (vermiculé): curvilinear, asymmetrical pattern of thin white lines on a background of original raw material hue, or other patina types."
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