Sickle Insert

Flint | 3.1 x 1 x 0.4in | c. 1186-1070 B.C.

Unknown Artist

This small piece of flint was a key element to a successful agricultural season in ancient Egypt. Grain was a staple of the economy, as bread and beer made from grain were consumed daily. They also formed the foundation of eternal sustenance, as fune...
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