petit-tranchet derivative arrowhead

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Sir John Grahame Douglas Clark (1907—1995) archaeologist and prehistorian


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Diverse series of later Neolithic flint arrowhead forms found in Britain and believed to derive from the development of petit‐tranchet arrowhead forms. The group was defined and classified in 1934 by Grahame Clark and includes a range of triangular and trapezoidal pieces; some were perhaps for use in hunting birds.

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