Jade yue axe， Late Dawenkou to early Longshan culture
- Image Number:K1C003597N000000000PAC
- Dynamic:Neolithic Period
- Material:Mineral/jade jewelry/glitter
This piece of amphibole is mainly actinolite by Raman spectroscopy. It is not seriously stained, green with brown, scattered with black sand like inclusions, and the surface is polished very well. This kind of jade axe with flat, wide blade and a missing angle at the short end appeared in prehistoric sites in Shandong Province. The handle hole is drilled on both sides, and there is a small hole near the upper edge of the handle, whose function is unknown
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