NEOLITHIC OBSIDIAN BLADES
FOUND IN JARMO SITE
IN KURDISTAN

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This is the story of the first three field campaigns of the 8 years long archeological expedition to Iraqi Kurdistan /Jarmo Project/ in the Kurdish hill country of Tigris & Eufrat (1952-1959)

 

 

 

 

OBSIDIAN NEOLITHIC BLADES c7000 B.C. JARMO/SOUTHERN KURDISTAN ("Iraq")

NEOLITHIC BLADES OF OBSIDANE
Circa 7000 BC

JARMO SITE IN THE SOUTHERN KURDISH MOUNTAINS
IN MESOPOTAMIA (Kurdistan).

 

 


These small blades were fitted into wood or
bons making a sharp cutting edge. The original
institute expedition - University of Chicago
1951 - 1959

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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