Often called a battle-axe, though not necessarily used in warfare, a Late Neolithic stone axe can be characterised by having a solid body, a centrally placed shaft hole for hafting, a slightly concave outline when viewed in profile, and an expanded b...

Obsidian is a beautiful volcanic glass that forms when molten rock material cools very rapidly, and was a favourite among ancient people worldwide for creating tools. It forms on the earth’s surface along the edges of a volcanic dome or lava flow, su...

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