This is a Middle Paleolithic / MSA Point from Maroc with extraordinary continuous and regular retouches. The projectile function of the artifact displayed here, is obvious.
Convergent artifacts in the European Middle Paleolithic and the MSA have been found to be multi-functional tools for cutting meat, bones, skin and wood. Traces of basal shafting (for example at Biache) speak against the random nature of these implements, which surely represent more than a simple moment of a reduction sequence. Some convergent tools show clear evidence that the producer had a concept of the final product in mind when he or she started to knap the artifact. Impact fractures on the tip of such tools implicate that at least some convergent forms were used as projectile points.