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- 1.1. C. - The Khormusan industry // It began in Egypt between 40,000 and 30,000 BC. Khormusans developed advanced tools not only from stone but also from animal bones and hematite. They also developed small arrow heads resembling those of Native Americans, but no bows have been found. The end of the Khormusan industry came around 16,000 B.C. with the appearance of other cultures in the region, including the Gemaia.

- 1.1. C. - The Khormusan industry // It began in Egypt between 40,000 and 30,000 BC. Khormusans developed advanced tools not only from stone but also from animal bones and hematite. They also developed small arrow heads resembling those of Native Americans, but no bows have been found. The end of the Khormusan industry came around 16,000 B.C. with the appearance of other cultures in the region, including the Gemaia.

An Egyptian Stone Scraper, PreDynastic Period ca 4000 - 3500 BC

An Egyptian Stone Scraper, PreDynastic Period ca 4000 - 3500 BC

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Hornstone COA color Lost Lake Indian artifacts Kentucky arrowhead G-10 | Collectibles, Cultures & Ethnicities, Native American: US | eBay!

Hornstone COA color Lost Lake Indian artifacts Kentucky arrowhead G-10

Hornstone COA color Lost Lake Indian artifacts Kentucky arrowhead G-10 | Collectibles, Cultures & Ethnicities, Native American: US | eBay!

Arrowhead | Egyptian  Predynastic Period, Faiyum Neolithic  5200–4000 B.C.

Arrowhead | Egyptian Predynastic Period, Faiyum Neolithic 5200–4000 B.C.

Arrowhead | Egyptian  Predynastic Period, Faiyum Neolithic  5200–4000 B.C.

Arrowhead | Egyptian Predynastic Period, Faiyum Neolithic 5200–4000 B.C.

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