This Canaanean scraper was sharpened into its current form from a larger cortical (outer core surface) flake. The original outer cortex surface covers one side. This side and end-scraper is steeply trimmed on three sides. Its most interesting characteristic is the removal of the bulb of percussion. A single percussion flake cleanly removed what was once the thickest area of the flake. This sickle blade was made from a non-local chocolate colored fine grained flint. It measures 5 1/8 inches (13 cm) long.