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Flint hand axe found in Winchester
Flint hand axe found in Winchester
Acheulean hand axes from Kent. The types shown are (clockwise from top) chordate, ficron and ovate.
Acheulean hand axes from Kent. The types shown are (clockwise from top) chordate, ficron and ovate.
Typical Acheulean hand axe
Typical Acheulean hand axe
The Sima de los Huesos hand axe 15.5 cm (6 in) tall is finely crafted and made out of a rare stone, which may indicate symbolic meaning.
The Sima de los Huesos hand axe 15.5 cm (6 in) tall is finely crafted and made out of a rare stone, which may indicate symbolic meaning.
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A cordiform biface as commonly found in the Acheulean (replica)
A cordiform biface as commonly found in the Acheulean (replica)
Acheulean hand-axes from Kent. The types shown are (clockwise from top) cordate, ficron, and ovate.[citation needed]
Acheulean hand-axes from Kent. The types shown are (clockwise from top) cordate, ficron, and ovate.[citation needed]
An Acheulean handaxe, Haute-Garonne France – MHNT
An Acheulean handaxe, Haute-Garonne France – MHNT
Acheulean hand-axe from Egypt. Found on a hill top plateau, 1400 feet above sea level, nine miles northwest of the city of Naqada, Egypt. Paleolithic
Acheulean hand-axe from Egypt. Found on a hill top plateau, 1400 feet above sea level, nine miles northwest of the city of Naqada, Egypt. Paleolithic artifact displayed in the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology of London