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chisel-ended arrowhead


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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 believed to have been used for shooting birds. See also transverse arrowhead.

Subjects: Archaeology.


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