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oblique arrowhead

Oblique arrowheads, like this example from Weare Giffard Cross in Devon, date to the Neolithic period. These tools would probably have been used for hunting or as weapons for warfare, hafted onto a wooden stick and fired with a bow. - Neolithic (4000-2200 BC) -