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Paleolithic Stone Tool 4.58" Chopping Tool

Paleolithic Stone Tool 4.58" Chopping Tool

The oldest knowledge of humankind we have doesn’t come from stories or recorded histories, but the stones our ancient ancestors left behind. In fact, flint tools have been a part of our species history since before we were even Homo sapiens. Archaic ancestors such as Homo habilis and Homo erectus were the first to take up stone-craft over 2,000,000 years ago.

The Paleolithic represents a long time period in human evolution, marked by many species and tool making techniques. This particular specimen is a stone chopping tool, which measures 4.58". The tool was recovered near Wimereux in France. It is estimated to be around 850,000 years old. A certificate of authenticity is also included for display purposes.

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