Badly exploded piece of iron with wedge-shaped head and what might be a corroded shaft hole.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1975
Heavy, grey stone, stained pinkish-red at head which is rubbed flat; necked with rounded head; rusted along one side; possibly used as a whetstone.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1973
Black, heavy stone rod; one end has deep groove, other end is broken off.
Polished stone weight, found broken in eight pieces; shaped like a phallus.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1971
a) Fairly complete, large ring. b) Fused to a.
Very large, lapped circle.
Four whole plaques and fragments of two others, plus a corroded lump; from piece of scale armor; bears attachment holes.
Arrowhead with part of shank remaining.
Tip of arrowhead.
Tip of arrowhead
Narrow, almost rectangular in section, antler(?) arrowhead with hafting end broken off.
Iron arrowhead, badly corroded. See UM 71-23-1 (HAS70-206) and HAS70-103.
Trilobate copper/bronze arrow head, missing point and barb, and with hollow end for shaft.
Corroded trilobate arrow head with barb; tip missing with hollow end for shaft.
Trilobate arrow head in very poor condition.
Trilobate point with long shaft, rectangular in section.
Piece of arrow point broken across center.
Pointed rectangular copper/bronze arrowhead.
Small spear or arrow head with hollow shaft; corroded.
Plain point of iron, badly corroded and exploded.
Small arrow head with solid shaft; corroded.
Corroded leaf-shaped arrow head.
Leaf-shaped, exploded iron arrowhead.
Corroded iron arrow head, one of eight found in a mass.
Corroded iron arrow head; one of eight found in a mass.
Corroded iron arrow head, one of eight found in a mass
Badly corroded iron arrow head.
Typical corroded arrow head.
Two arrowheads fused; the larger is typical leaf-shaped; the smaller is possibly trilobate; both are heavily corroded.
Small iron arrow head with part of shank attached.
Arrow head with separate small piece of shank
Typical small arrow heads made of iron.
Small iron arrow head, badly corroded.
Arrow head with long shank
Small spear or arrow head; tip missing and badly corroded.
Typical arrowhead/spear; dirt encrusted and in poor condition.
Sixteen corroded iron arrow heads, some corroded together; see HAS72-N69 (UM 73-5-10, -11).
Corroded arrow head. See HAS72-N69 (UM 73-5-10, -11).
Obsidian arrow head with winged flanges; pressure flaked.
Iron point with shaft, slightly arched
Leaf-shaped arrow head with tang and blunt end (rounded from corrosion?).
Leaf-shaped arrow head with tang and slope shoulders.
Leaf-shaped arrow head with sloped shoulder and tang.
Leaf-shaped arrow head with tang; tip missing.
Corroded and exploded arrowhead with tang or haft cast as part of the point.
a) Small leaf-shaped head with tang. b) Rectangular at tang and thick at head; similar to a pike head.
Leaf-shaped arrow head with tang; tip blunt and tang enlarged; very distorted and corroded.
Complete, tanged haft with wood still attached; Similar to a crossbow bolt. Iron tip with tang. Head is round like pike; tip bent to one side.
Horde of 44+ leaf-shaped arrow heads in 3 main sizes, all with tangs. Some scraps included.
Leaf-shaped arrow head with sloped shoulders; tip missing.
Two fragments of iron: a) probable spear tip; b) length of iron, round in section, with small piece of flat iron stuck to it.
Thirteen arrow heads in very poor condition; most with tangs and leaf-shaped.
Group of corroded arrow heads, some with tangs; several fused together.
Tanged amygdaloidal iron arrowhead; tang freshly broken; core of solid grey metal.
Leaf-shaped arrow head with tang.
Arrowhead with part of shank remainging.
Tanged arrowhead with tip broken off.
Two fragments of arrowhead with center ridge.
a) copper/bronze arrow head with shank and wings which is corroded. b) an iron point. c) an iron point.
Plain point of iron with shank.
Laurel-leaf shape with shank.
Small arrow head, square in section, tanged; tip missing.
Piece of bone shaped to a point, square in section, with a round tang.
Large, leaf-shaped corroded iron arrow head.
Small corroded point; solid.
Double-leaf shaped and winged arrow head with the two heads set at right angles.
Corroded mass of small arrow heads lined up with tip in same direction.
Mass of small iron arrow heads, most with shaft, corroded together into chunk; see HAS72-N69 (UM 73-5-10, -11). Divided into A and B groups.
Bone arrow head perfectly carved with head and shank out of one piece.
Animal astragalus with hole through width.
Typical astragal, similar to UM 73-5-272 (HAS72-N228) but without bored holes.
Bone astragal bored in two places.
Typical astragal, burned.
Astragal with top and bottom worn flat and polished.
Two typical astragal.
Bone shaped to a oint; tip is broken off well up from the point.
Bone tip complete but shaft is broken away; may be polished.
Piece of a bone, shaped into awl at end opposite the double knuckle.
Two fragments of a bone awl with planing marks obvious.
Bone awl, similar to UM 73-5-267 (HAS72-N276).
Long, thin awl with spatula-like end; carved into a thin instrument.
Pointed trimmed bone, hollow with exit hole in the point.
Very sharp pointed piece of shaped bone.
Length of worked and pointed bone; one end broken.
Small, well-used tip of a bone awl.
Pointed tip of a bone awl (?)
Bone awl with point missing; rounded top, flat in section.
Wedge or axe head on one end; other end blunt; no shaft hole.
Iron axehead (?) packed in latex with associated fragments.
Five lengths of copper/bronze, rectangular in section. a) Tapers to a flat rounded end. b-d) Heavy lengths. e) Slightly domed in section.