Ancient Arrowheads & Quarrelbolts

With every civilisation requiring means to defend itself, our range of arrowheads is impressive in its geographical and historical span. Although the shape of this sharpened tip varies based on the period (the earliest examples date from the third millennium BC), they are almost exclusively made of stone or metal, and would have been attached to a wooden shaft. The end product also varied, some intended to be shot from a bow, others were spears to be thrown by hand. Although the weapons do not survive in their entirety, please enjoy browsing our selection of projectile points.


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