Neolithic arrowheads were small, pointed stone tools that were used as projectile points on arrows for hunting or warfare during the Neolithic period, around 10,000 BCE. Arrowheads were an important technological advancement because they allowed humans to hunt more efficiently and effectively. The use of arrowheads for hunting and warfare helped to shape human societies by encouraging the development of new technologies and strategies.
Neolithic Arrowhead 4
A limited edition, original, hand-drawn lithograph printed from a stone by an artist.
Print size: 9″x12″ (ships in 11″x14″ package), printed on Domestic Etch archival paper, deckled edges, artist signed and numbered.
5 in stock