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.
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.
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.