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    Stone artifacts from Papua New Guinea

    Found these while doing research in PNG back in 2003,4,5 some I traded with the natives to get...not NA but thought you would enjoy
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    Re: Stone artifacts from Papua New Guinea

    What does PNG mean?

    Not familar with the term!

    Describe the use of the round tool with the vertical grooves...(center right of picture)
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    Re: Stone artifacts from Papua New Guinea

    Stefen, PNG is the abreviation for Papua New Guinea...the tool you ask about is some sort of phalic pestle

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    Re: Stone artifacts from Papua New Guinea

    Thanks
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    Re: Stone artifacts from Papua New Guinea

    Amazing how stone tools from all over the world are in the end very much alike. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Stone artifacts from Papua New Guinea

    Quote Originally Posted by TnMountains
    Amazing how stone tools from all over the world are in the end very much alike. Thanks for sharing.
    Ya...but look how the fish hook packaging is equal to current standards

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    Re: Stone artifacts from Papua New Guinea

    Thanks for the pic. - nice, it's pretty cool how celts, axes and adzes from all over the world look just likes ones i find here in Pa. .

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    Re: Stone artifacts from Papua New Guinea

    Thank you everyone I agree... so similar to our Native Americans...they do not use stone tips on there arrows all Black palm wood. When I told them our natives used stone on thier arrows they laughed...and said stone will not fly!!!

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    Feb 2012
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    Re: Stone artifacts from Papua New Guinea

    Very nice , love the original hafting! Likely that the North american tribes used similar hafting principles.
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