Early Stone Age Hand Axe

Culture: North Africa
Period: 800,000-300,000 B.C.
Material: Flintstone
Dimensions: 12 cm x 7 cm
Price: Sold
Ref: 6298
Provenance: Private collection Wilfriede and Leopold Tamm, Langenzersdorf, Austria, acquired in the 1970s. Since then in a family estate.
Condition: Intact
Description: Red-brown flint hand axe worked out on both sides. The edges are all sharpened to cut plants or meat. The tapering and slightly rounded end was used as a drill. Exceptionally beautiful colouring. Found in Libya.