European Neolithic Flint Axe

European Neolithic Flint Axe

A Northern European Neolithic flint axe of trapezoidal form with a thick tapered blade ending in a sharp edge.

Found at Hogersorf, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany in 1904.
Ca. 5000-3000 BC.
Length: 6 in. (15.5 cm).
Intact.

Stone axes were important tools and trade items in Neolithic Europe. Polished stone axes, which are more durable than flaked axes, were essential for clearing forests during the Neolithic period, when crop and livestock farming were first introduced into Europe.

Formerly in the Hubner collection, Bad Segeberg, Germany, acquired before 1910.

Inv#: 5789

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