Flint arrowhead, from Prehistoric man.

Arrowhead

Flint arrowhead, from Prehistoric man.

Flint arrowhead, from Prehistoric man.

Arrowhead

Flint arrowhead, from Prehistoric man.

A leaf of arrowhead (<em>Sagittaria</em>), a member of the water-plantain family, growing abundantly in swamps.

Arrowhead

A leaf of arrowhead (Sagittaria), a member of the water-plantain family, growing abundantly…

Also known as Sagittaria sagittifolia. It is a flowering plant that is native to the wetlands of Europe and Asia. The leaves are arrow-shaped and the flowers generally have three white petals with numerous purple stamens.

Arrowhead

Also known as Sagittaria sagittifolia. It is a flowering plant that is native to the wetlands of Europe…

"Different forms from Europe, Africa, and North America."—Webster, 1913

Arrowheads of the Stone Age

"Different forms from Europe, Africa, and North America."—Webster, 1913

Flint arrow heads. A Neolithic age implement. Not drawn to scale.

Neolithic Implements Flint Arrowheads

Flint arrow heads. A Neolithic age implement. Not drawn to scale.

A leaf that resembles an arrow-head in shape.

Saggitate Leaf

A leaf that resembles an arrow-head in shape.

A leaf in the shape of an arrow-head.

Sagittate Leaf

A leaf in the shape of an arrow-head.

A barbed javelin or arrow used in armies or a fish spear.

Pheon

A barbed javelin or arrow used in armies or a fish spear.

"The barbed head of a spear or arrow, engrailed on the inner side. The point of the spear is placed in base."&mdash;Aveling, 1891

Pheon

"The barbed head of a spear or arrow, engrailed on the inner side. The point of the spear is placed…

A Native American totem surrounded by eight arrowheads.

Totem

A Native American totem surrounded by eight arrowheads.