bone; flat pendant with polished top surface, complete
The Hasanlu Project (Dinkha Tepe); Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1966
Bone object, faintly human in shape with hole in one end or head; found with other objects inc.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1964
complete long bone
Seven Caves Expedition, Hotu Cave Iran; Carleton S. Coon, 1953
fragment of a large long bone
Leaf shape; long, tapering to point (broken off); contracted butt
Persian Expedition; Erich Schmidt, 1933
Bone; two barbs; tang broken; blackened by fire.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1962
Bone; fragment of arrow head (or awl?); broken at both ends.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1961
Bone arrow head, narrow point; rectangular in cross section at base of point; square cross section near tip; tip and end of tang are broken.
Bone arrow head, narrow point; tan broken; rectangular in section.
Two fragments of arrowhead with center ridge.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1971
Small arrow head, square in section, tanged; tip missing.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1975
Piece of bone shaped to a point, square in section, with a round tang.
Bone arrow head perfectly carved with head and shank out of one piece.
The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1973
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.
Seven Caves Expedition, Belt Cave Iran; Carleton S. Coon, 1950
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.
Gift of the Persian Institute; Holmes Expedition, Erich Schmidt, 1943
Received from various sources, pre-1985
Articulation for butt. Point missing.
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts / University Museum Expedition to Rayy; Erich F. Schmidt, 1937
Bone. Articulation for butt. Blunt point.
Articulation for head. Point broken off.
University Museum / Kansas City Expedition to Luristan, Frederick R. Wulsin, 1932
Articulation for butt.