Double Ended Burin
This artifact is a rare and unusual double ended burin on a nice
blue-gray flint flake with interlaced white bedding. This piece
has at least four burin blows. It measures 55mm by 22mm.
This stone artifact was found just
off the shore of the island of Funen, Denmark. This was the site of an ancient
stone age settlement called "Mejloe", which is now covered by
the Baltic sea. The settlement dates to the Ertebölle
Culture: 5,400 to 3,900 B.C. The artifact was recovered
by divers in up to 20 feet of water, which gives it a interesting and beautiful
patina. It still has some undersea growth attached to this piece.
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PRICE: $ 58.00 ITEM NO: DMB-3
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there usually is not another artifact to replace it.
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