Human tools used 2.5 million years ago in the Paleolithic Age, aka. the Stone Age, were made primarily of stone, wood and bone. This is an Indian arrowhead (point) looks like it was made from stone.

Human tools used million years ago in the Paleolithic Age, aka. the Stone Age, were made primarily of stone, wood and bone. This is an Indian arrowhead (point) looks like it was made from stone.

Beautiful Paleo American Indian Triangular Blade Artifact from Arkansas by RockyGapArtifacts, $75.00

Beautiful Paleo American Indian Triangular Blade Artifact from Arkansas by RockyGapArtifacts Paleo American Indian means, Black American.

10 Native American Stone Tools

10 Native American Stone Tools

Paleolithic, Mousterian, and Neolithic stone age tools - Knives and Blades. Found off Danish island of Funen, at the site of an ancient stone age settlement called Mejloe, which is now covered by the Baltic Sea. 5,400-3,900 BC.

Paleolithic, Mousterian, and Neolithic stone age tools - Knives and Blades. Found off Danish island of Funen, at the site of an ancient stone age settlement called Mejloe, which is now covered by the Baltic Sea.

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