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The 2500 year old bone fragment of the ancient Greek warrior’s forearm, with embedded arrowhead. Image by North Shore-LIJ. Greek field surgeons could not remove the bronze arrowhead from the warrior’s left ulna, because it would have caused more damage deep to the surface of the wound. The warrior lived with the embedded arrowhead until the age of 58 to 62 years.
Pipa, 19th century. Made by Jiu-cheng (Chinese, 19th century). Guangzhou (Canton), China. Wood, ivory, bone, gut. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Looks a little difficult to play Prehistoric flutes date to 42,000 years ago
Predynastic carved human figures in bone and ivory. Human figures: a carved ivory tusk (hippopotamus canine) decorated with a bearded head, the eyes hollowed for inlay; a bone 'tag' carved as a stylised human figure with incised decoration; and a bearded | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos