This was posted one hour ago on the Avebury dig site FragmeNTs.
|Arrowhead the size of a DIME!!! (FragmeNTs Blog)|
This is most certainly a toy arrowhead of a very young boy, probably at one time associated with a child burial. It is the size of a D-I-M-E. Very tiny.
Miniature axeheads are found with boys throughout Scotland and other places. I haven't seen any miniature arrowheads or bracers, although I'm sure there in papers out there somewhere.
Meanwhile over at the Perdigoes dig from two days ago (July 28)....
|Miniature Pot unearthed July 28 (Perdigoes2011, 2014)|
More mini pots at Perdigoes. These miniatures are much smaller than the usual 'child pottery' or 'child beakers'. These are almost toys.