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Fish hook made of reindeer antler with two barbs on each side. Top divides into two prongs. Shaft and barbs incised with vertical and slighhtly oblique lines.
- Excavated/Findspot: Courbet Cave
- (Europe,France,Midi-Pyrénées,Tarn,Penne,Courbet Cave)
- Length: 46 millimetres
2010-2011 23 Aug-28 Feb, Cardiff, National Museum & Gallery Wales, Cardiff, 'Fish and Ships'
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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Object reference number: BCB61770
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