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Chipped flint arrowheads from the Neolithic site of Gritille in the Euphrates river valley of southeast Turkey. This style of arrowhead, called a "Byblos point" is typical of the PPNB, and shows that hunting continued to have economic importance even after the advent of animal domestication in this period.
Place of Origin: Gritille, Turkey
Location: Adiyaman Museum, Turkey
Source and Registration#: Photograph from the collection of Gil Stein
Director of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago