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Overview page. Subjects: Architecture.

Common Romanesque arrangement of an engaged half-shaft attached to a pier, usually the element from which an arch springs.

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chisel-ended arrowhead

Overview page. Subjects: Archaeology.


A type of arrow tip, usually of flint or stone, that has a sharp straight cutting edge at right angles to the axis of the arrow shaft, rather than a point. Such arrowheads are...

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side-notched point

Overview page. Subjects: Archaeology.


Bifacially worked chipped stone projectile head with shallow and wide notches worked into both side edges near the base. These notches were presumably to assist attachment to...

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