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This arrowhead dates to the Neolithic period and comes from the site of Hembury in Devon. Arrowheads were used for hunting and warfare and replaced the microliths that were used in the Mesolithic. The fine shape was formed by pressing small flakes of sto - Neolithic (4000-2200 BC) -