Arrow head dating
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An arrowhead is the word amateur archaeologists and collectors used to describe the sharp pointed objects of stone, bone, metal, or other material found in cultivated farm fields or stream beds, as well as on archaeological sites and in museums all over the world.
Click on the book's cover below for information on how to order the best book for finding Indian Arrowheads and Indian Artifacts as well as to see what our customers have said about this book: These pages contain artifacts, relics, tools and arrowheads specific to the Paleo time era, which was the very first period in time that the Native American Indians inhabited the New World (The North American Continent) These are the oldest artifacts to be found in the United States, and are from the Clovis / Folsom era.
(See the museum page for dates)These pages contain artifacts and arrowheads specific to the Archaic period which lasted for 7,000 years.
Be sure to visit our Paleo page(s) for the oldest of the old.
The Paleo sections contain ancient native American Indian arrowheads and other artifacts dating as far back as 14,000 years ago.
The earliest known projectile points found attached to wooden shafts so far is from Sibudu cave in South Africa, within a Middle Stone Age Howiesons Poort level dated between 61,000 and 64,000 years ago.