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Although the Bronze Age was the period when metals became widely used for tools, weapons and other implements, flint and other types of stone were still used for many purposes, including making arrowheads. This is an example of an early Bronze Age flint arrowhead, and was found near Everley in Caithness, Scotland.
Flint is not found naturally in Caithness. It may have been brought here from north-east Scotland or further a-field, being traded through many hands, either as a finished arrowhead or as a raw flint block ready to be shaped. Alternatively, this arrowhead may have been brought to Caithness as a prized piece of equipment by a traveller from the south.