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Carved stone ball Carved stone ball

Carved stone ball of greenstone, four discs formed by incised lines, from Aberdeenshire

Knife Knife

Flint knife, from Overhowden Farm, Channelkirk, Berwickshire

Plano-convex knife Plano-convex knife

Plano-convex knife of silicified sandstone, from Taversoe Tuick chambered cairn, Rousay, Orkney, Early Neolithic

Leaf-shaped arrowhead Leaf-shaped arrowhead

Leaf-shaped arrowhead of black chert, from Cairnholy chambered cairn No.1, Kirkmabreck, Dumfries and Galloway, Early Neolithic

Leaf-shaped arrowhead Leaf-shaped arrowhead

Leaf-shaped arrowhead of grey chert, from Cultoquhey, Perth and Kinross, Early Neolithic

Core Core

Core of flint, from Kilchoan chambered cairn, Poltalloch, Argyll and Bute

Flake Flake

Flakes of flint or chert, from Knowe of Ramsay chambered cairn, Rousay, Orkney

Fragment / chert Fragment / chert

Triangular fragment of radiolarian chert, possibly rudely chipped, from Marchhouse, Muirkirk, East Ayrshire

Scraper Scraper

Small scraper of grey chert or flint, from Mound No.1, Knap Knowes, Quandale, Rousay, Orkney

Scraper Scraper

Small scraper of grey chert or flint, from Mound No.1, Knap Knowes, Quandale, Rousay, Orkney

Scraper Scraper

Small scraper of grey chert or flint, from Mound No.1, Knap Knowes, Quandale, Rousay, Orkney

Fragment / chert Fragment / chert

Fragment of grey chert or flint, from Mound No.1, Knap Knowes, Quandale, Rousay, Orkney

Fragment / chert Fragment / chert

Fragment of grey chert or flint, from Mound No.1, Knap Knowes, Quandale, Rousay, Orkney

Fragment / chert Fragment / chert

Fragment of blue-grey chert, from Kirkburn, Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway

Strike-a-light Strike-a-light

Flint implement, probably a strike-a-light, made on a thick flake of buff grey banded cherty flint, from a cist at Culduthel Mains, Highland, Early Bronze Age 2300-2000 BC

Barbed and tanged arrowhead Barbed and tanged arrowhead

Barbed and tanged arrowhead of whitish chert-like flint with drooping squared barbs and serrated edge, from a cist at Culduthel Mains, Highland, Early Bronze Age 2300-2000 BC

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