Neolithic Bronze Age Stone weapons tools from Europe

Neolithic and Bronze Age
stone tools & weapons

The Neolithic period was the last phase of Stone Age and is characterized by the use of ground or polished stone weapons, tools and implements.The Neolithic tools & weapons: axes and hammers, adzes and chisels, knives and scrapers, sickle and hoe were used for cereal cultivation and animal domestication.The Chalcolithic (or Eneolithic) era marks a transition period to the Bronze Age with the introduction of Bronze metallurgy. In Europe the arrival of bronze tools and weapons was preceded by copper tools. Early metal tools & weapons retained the shapes of stone tools and weapons.

824      SOLD
Neolithic prismatic nucleus
South-Eastern Europe
IV-III millennium B.C. 

841     SOLD
Neolithic flint tool
South-Eastern Europe
III millennium B.C. 

821     SOLD
Neolithic adze
South-Eastern Europe
III millennium B.C.

820SA
Neolithic stone axe
South-Eastern Europe
III Millennium B.C.

Dense dark grey stone of triangular shape with pointed down butt and biconvex cross-section, convex cutting edge, finely polished. L. 3.9" (9.9 cm).

$ 300

822     SOLD
Neolithic adze
Europe, III millennium B.C.

823      SOLD
Neolithic adze
Europe, III millennium B.C.

842    SOLD
Neolithic flint point
Europe, III millennium B.C.

844     SOlD
Neolithic flint spearhead
Europe, III millennium B.C.

828     SOLD
Neolithic-early Bronze Age
Bone harpoon, Eastern Europe
III millennium B.C.

827      SOLD
Neolithic-early Bronze Age
Bone harpoon, Eastern Europe
III millennium B.C. 

1315SA
Neolithic to early Bronze Age
Flint scraper, Europe 
III-II Millennium B.C.

Made from flint flake, triangular prism in form with retouch along perimeter.
L. 1.4" (3.5 cm), H. 0.3" (0.7 cm).
$ 45

1316SA
Neolithic to early Bronze Age
Flint scraper, Europe 
III-II Millennium B.C.

Made from flint flake, rectangular in form with retouch along one side.
L. 1.8" (4.5 cm), H. 0.4" (1 cm).
$ 45

1317SA
Neolithic to early Bronze Age
Flint scraper, Europe 
III-II Millennium B.C.

Made from flint flake, near-triangular in form with retouch along one side.
L. 1.6" (4.0 cm), H. 0.4" (1 cm). 
$ 45

256     SOLD
Neolithic / early Bronze Age
Flint tool, Europe
II millennium B.C. 

834     SOLD
Neolithic / early Bronze Age
Flint tool, Europe
II millennium B.C. 

835     SOLD
Neolithic / early Bronze Age
Flint tool, Europe
II millennium B.C. 

258SA
Neolithic to early Bronze Age
Flint axe, Eastern Europe 
II Millennium B.C.

Dark gray flint with white dotted inclusions, trapezium shape with rectangular cross-section, convex cutting edge, polished. L. 4.7" (12 cm).

$ 275

1307SA
Neolithic to early Bronze Age
Flint axe, Europe 
II Millennium B.C.

Light grey flint of trapezium shape with slightly convex sides, rectangular cross-section, convex cutting edge, finely polished blade. L. 4.6" (11.6cm).

$ 350

819     SOLD
Neolithic / early Bronze Age
Flint axe, South-Eastern Europe
II millennium B.C.

836     SOLD
Neolithic-early Bronze Age
Flint axe, South-eastern Europe
II millennium B.C.

Neolithic to Early Bronze age flint battle axe Europe

839     SOLD
Neolithic-early bronze age
Battle axe, Europe
XXI-XVII century B.C.

Neolithic to Bronze age boat shape stone battle axe from Europe, 2 millennium BC

1382SA
Neolithic to early Bronze Age
Boat shaped battle axe
Europe, II Millennium B.C.

Made of dense gray-brown granite. Boat-shaped with a blade higher than a butt. Middle part with vertical shaft-hole. Blade and shaft-hole are finely polished. Drilled from both ends, leaving horizontal parallel grooves, different diameters of top and bottom.
Intact. L. 6.2" (15.6 cm), H. 2" (4.8 cm).

$ 600

1301SA
Neolithic to early Bronze Age
Flint axe, Europe 
II Millennium B.C.

Light grey flint of trapezium shape with slightly convex sides, rectangular cross-section, convex cutting edge, finely polished blade. L. 5.2" (13.3 cm).

$ 350

257SA
Neolithic to early Bronze Age
Flint axe, Europe 
II Millennium B.C.

Dark gray flint with white dotted inclusions. Trapezium shape with rectangular cross-section, slightly concave sides, convex cutting edge, finely polished blade. L. 6.6" (16.8 cm).

$ 350

263SA
Bronze Age
An important stone axe
The Trzciniec culture
Europe, II Millennium B.C.

Gray granite. Wedge-shaped with rectangular cross-section, convex cutting edge. Incomplete socket hole.
Very important piece from a scientific point of view, rare opportunity to study ancient methods of tubular drilling.
L. 3.9" (9.9 cm), H. 1.8 (4.8 cm).
For published examples see: C. Berezanskaya, E. Tsvek, 1994, Remeslo Epohi Eneolita-Bronzi na Ukraine, p. 35

$ 500

818SA
Neolithic / early Bronze Age
Stone axe, SE Europe 
II Millennium B.C.

Gray-brown granite. Irregular diamond-shaped with rounded corners, rectangular cross-section; butt is emphasized, horizontal cutting edge. Drilled from both ends, leaving horizontal parallel grooves. Ground finish. L. 4.5" (11.4 cm), H. 1.3 (3.3 cm).

$ 375

847SA
Neolithic - early Bronze Age
Battle axe, Europe 
XXV-XV century B.C.

Black dense stone. Wedge-shaped with rectangular cross-section, convex cutting edge; butt is emphasized, with oval face. Drilled from one end, conical opening. Finely polished all over. L. 3.4" (8.6 cm), H. 1.5" (3.8 cm).

$ 450

426   SOLD
Neolithic-early Bronze Age
Ceremonial axe, Europe
XXV-XVII century B.C. 

261   SOLD
Neolithic - early Bronze Age
Battle axe, Europe
XXV-XVII century B.C. 

260     SOLD
Neolithic-early Bronze Age
Stone mace head, Europe
XXI-XVII century B.C.

259    SOLD
Corded-ware culture
Flint sickle, Europe
XXI-XV century B.C.

837     SOLD
Neolithic - early Bronze Age
Flint adze, Europe
II millennium B.C.

838     SOLD
Neolithic-early Bronze Age
Flint adze, Europe
II millennium B.C. 

845     SOLD
Neolithic / early Bronze Age
Flint adze, Europe
II millennium B.C. 

262     SOLD
Neolithic / early Bronze Age
Grinding stone, Europe
XXI-XVII century B.C.

269     SOLD
Two neolithic-early Bronze Age
Bone pins, Eastern Europe
II millennium B.C. 

840     SOLD
Neolithic-early Bronze Age
Flint sickle, Europe
XXI-XV century B.C. 

246SA
Neolithic to early Bronze Age
Flint adze, Europe, II Millennium B.C.

Light grey flint with rectangular top and bottom, biconvex sides, square cross section straight cutting edge, working surface is finely polished. L. 3. 4" (8.6 cm).

$ 175

825SA
Neolithic to early Bronze Age
Stone hoe, Europe 
II Millennium B.C.

Massive gray grained stone. Each plane is a convex triangle with round corners and sides. Both cutting edges perpendicular to each other. Drilled from one end, large conical openings. Ground rough finish. L. 5" (12.7 cm), W. 3.2 (8.1 cm), H. 3.2 (8.1 cm).

$ 275

826SA
Early Bronze Age
Stone planer, Europe 
II Millennium B.C.

Made of dense dark stone, oval in cross-section, with grooves and facets for convenient grasping, flat polished base-plane. This planer was used for surfacing and flattening leather. L. 2" (5.1 cm), W. 1.6 (4.1 cm), H. 1.8 (4.6 cm).

$ 375

265SA
Neolithic to early Bronze Age
Grinding stone, Europe 
XXI - XVII century B.C.

Light gray, cube shaped grinding stone. H. 1.7" (4.3 cm).
For similar published archaeological examples see: C.Berezanskaya, E.Tsvek, 1994, Remeslo Epohi Eneolita-Bronzi na Ukraine, Kiev, Naukova Dumka, 1994, Fig. #3

$ 150

264SA
Early Bronze Age Grinding stone
Katacomb Culture, Europe 
XXI - XVII century B.C.

Light gray, disc-shape grinding stone with removed segments for finger grip. D. 3" (7.6), H. 1.2" (3 cm).
For similar published archaeological examples see: Soviet Archaeology, Academy of Science of USSR, Moscow, 2-1989, pg. 145, #3.

$ 250