These CAPSIAN TRADITION flake tools were found on an exposed African Neolithic site in the Sahara Desert in Northwest Africa. Each was masterfully fashioned by African Neolithic humans (Homo sapiens sapiens) between 10,000 and 4,700 years ago. These artifacts were hand-selected from thousands of incomplete and inferior stone tools of the era and region.
This choice grade kit represents superb examples of a UNIFACIAL SIDE SCRAPER and DISCOIDAL SCRAPER made in a plum brownish flint. These tools are of the finest quality and are complete. Each stone tool exhibits the highest degree of skill in workmanship. The color and patina are especially fine, their beauty surpassing all of the commonly found tools.
ID Neolithic of Capsian Tradition Tool
FOUND Exposed Site - Sahara Desert, NW Africa
AGE CAPSIAN CULTURE : 8000 B.C. - 2700 B.C.
SIZE 2.6" - 1.6" long
CONDITION COMPLETE. NO REPAIR OR RESTORATION.
NOTE FINEST EXAMPLES WITH SUPREME WORKMANSHIP!
:: Display Case Included
:: Includes a LIFETIME GUARANTEE Certificate of Authenticity & Condition / History Sheet