An ancient Greek arrowhead is a type of arrowhead made from bronze, stone, or bone. These arrowheads were used by the ancient Greeks for hunting and warfare, and were crafted in various shapes and sizes to suit the specific task. The most common types of arrowheads were leaf-shaped, triangular, and tanged. Some were barbed, while others were notched at the base to keep them from slipping off the shaft.
Weight: 3.7 grams
Size: 1 inch long