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Condition:
New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is ...
Brand:
Y.G-1 TOOL CO.
MPN:
D2148102
EDP:
D2148102
Drill Bit Material:
Cobalt
Drill Bit Type:
Screw Machine Length Drill Bit
Drill Bit Size:
#2
Letter:
Does Not Apply
Number:
#2
Overall Length:
2-7/16 in
Flute Length:
1-5/16 in
Point Angle:
135 Degree
Helix Angle:
20 - 30 Degree
Tool Coating:
None
Quantity:
5
Custom Bundle:
No
Modified Item:
No
Country/Region of Manufacture:
Korea, Republic of
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“Heinrich Schliemann was one of the great figures of archaeology”

Matthias Wemhoff, Professor of Prehistory at the Freie Universität Berlin is interviewed by the Athens and Macedonian News Agency.

Temple of Zeus brought to light in North Sinai

An Egyptian archaeological mission working at the Tell Al-Farma (Pelusium) in the North Sinai archaeological site found the remains of a temple dedicated to the god Zeus Cassius.

Zoomathia Conference: Animals in Antiquity and the Middle Ages

The ZOOMATHIA research network is organizing an international Conference in Nice on October 21 and 22, 2022, devoted to "Zoological observation, experience and experimentation on animals in Antiquity and the Middle Ages".

A Social Archaeology of Roman and Late Antique Egypt

The first in-depth study of Roman and late antique Egypt society and culture that uses everyday artefacts as its principal source of evidence.

Archaeologists discover subterranean complex beneath a Turkish house

Ancient artwork of an Iron Age complex was discovered during a rescue excavation in the village of Başbük, in southeastern Turkey.

The Body in Ancient Political Discourse

This is a quick reminder that the Call for Papers for the conference "The Body in Ancient Political Discourse", taking place at Bern University from 17th to 19th November 2022, is due this week, 15th May.

Architecture and Innovation in the Graeco-Roman world

The University of Oxford’s AADG is pleased to announce its call for papers for its Michaelmas term 2022 seminar series.

Ancient Iran and the Classical World at the Getty Villa Museum

The first major U.S. exhibition to highlight the relationship between the Classical World and Ancient Iran.

Research on the Byzantine church of St George in Kurbinovo

By a team of experts from the European Centre for Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Monuments to prepare a study for the preservation of the church’s frescoes.

The 11th AGON International Αrchaeological Film Festival

The screenings will take place at the Lais cinema of the Greek Film Archive Foundation from the 10 to 15 May 2022.

How the black rat colonised Europe in the Roman and Medieval periods

New ancient DNA analysis has shed light on how the black rat, blamed for spreading Black Death, dispersed across Europe.

Historic graffiti made by soldiers sheds light on Africa maritime heritage

Historic graffiti of ships carved in an African fort were drawn by soldiers on guard duty watching the sea, University of Exeter experts believe.

Pavlopetri in Laconia comes to life

The sunken ruins are situated three to four meters under water and cover an area of 50,000 sq.m. in the bay of Vatika.

Nemea to be awarded the European Cultural Heritage Label

The archaeological site of Nemea where pan-Hellenic games were organized in antiquity is associated with the ideas and values of classical sports.

12th Congress AIECM3 On Medieval and Modern Period Mediterranean Ceramics

The two volumes, result of the fruitful collaboration between our two Institutions, present through 107 papers the latest research in the field of Medieval and Modern period Mediterranean Pottery.

85 Ancient Egyptian Tombs, Isis Temple and Tower House

Dr. Mostafa Waziry said that the Egyptian archaeological mission at Gebel El-Haridi in Sohag discovered a tower house that was used as a checkpoint, built in the reign of Ptolemy III.

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Skilfully manufactured slate ring ornaments were fragmented on purpose, using pieces of rings as tokens. The fragments have most likely served as symbols of the social relations of Stone Age hunter-gatherers.

Giant marine reptiles at 2,800 meters above sea level

Study by the University of Bonn shows that fossil finds from the High Alps come from three giants of the seas.

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With the objective to offer different experiences to visitors, the Acropolis Museum organizes two special gastronomy and music events.

Study sheds light on how humans did – or didn’t – find food

A new analysis of the remains of ancient predators reveals new information about how prehistoric humans did – or didn’t – find their food.

Indigenous oyster fisheries were hugely productive

Global study of indigenous oyster fisheries finds evidence of huge harvests spanning hundreds and even thousands of years.

Pharaoh of the two lands at the Louvre

The exhibition highlights the importance of this vast kingdom, located in what is now northern Sudan.

Study reveals Stonehenge landscape before the world-famous monument

Four thousand years before Stonehenge there was open woodland, with meadow-like clearings, inhabited by grazing animals and hunter-gatherers.

Research finally answers what Bronze Age daggers were used for

Analysis of Bronze Age daggers shows they were used for processing animal carcasses and not as non-functional symbols of identity and status.