This three sided blade arrow point was found on a site in northern Europe on the Island of Lolland in Denmark. It dates to the Neolithic period and was probably made sometime before 2200 B.C. It was made from a long narrow blade that was struck off a prepared core. Two sides and more than half of the third side was skillfully pressure flaked into a three sided point. This arrow point is made of Danish flint and measures 3 11/16 inches (10 cm) long, 1/2 inch (1.2 cm) wide and 1/4 inch ( 6 mm) thick.