Thin bronze arrow-heads appear at an early date; under the Empire they are stouter and furnished with a tang, and later still, towards the Greek period, they are socketed (often three-sided), or, if of iron, ~til1 tanged.
A broken barbed and tanged arrowhead was found in the upper levels of the ditch.
The earliest finds so far are Mesolithic flints, including fine tanged points of the later Mesolithic.
Hoe with a tanged disk blade, used in scooping earth into mounds for planting yams (like potatoes ).
Hoe with a tanged disk blade, used in scooping earth into mounds for planting yams (like potatoes).
The tanged spearhead characteristic of the south is replaced by the socketed variety towards the north.
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