Prehistoric Homo Habilis stone hand axe
Homo Habilis stone hand axe. Fits easily into the palm with indented area for the thumb. These tools were likely used to cut plants or meat but may have also served as weapons when hunting animals for food. Most tools were clearly intended to be used by the bare hands although some were fitted to wooden handles. Great Rift Valley, Africa
Egyptian Canopic Jar
Carved limestone canopic jar with stopper. Incised onto the front, three rows of hieroglyphs. On the stopper, Anubis, the patron God of embalming, with the head of a jackal. canopic jar were used by the Ancient Egyptians during the mummification process to store and preserve the organs of their owner for the afterlife. 18th Dynasty.
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