stemmed arrow point was collected several years ago on a site located in
east central Saudi Arabia, just west of Qatar. It's unique, not for it's
type, but for it's very thin cross section. Only a small area of the
original surface of the flake, from which it was made, can be seen on
each side. It was made by someone who could do very skillful and
delicate pressure flaking. This stemmed arrow point measures less than
1/16 on an inch (1.3 mm) thick. It dates to sometime during the
Neolithic period between 5,000 and 7,000 years ago.