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
Pottery; broken at left side near muzzle; and at neck; from a pot(?).
The Hasanlu Project, 1957; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1958
a) Fairly complete, large ring. b) Fused to a.
Very large, lapped circle.
Iron ring possibly for use in archery; part of band missing; iron fragment corroded to one side.
The Hasanlu Project, Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1993
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.