Twenty-seven bone arrowheads and one piece of plant fibre rope (?). Petrie described them as "pieces of bone fittings from find 35" . On page 40 of his 1889 publication of the dig Petrie writes, "The Liverpool Museum is already so rich, that the ordinary small objects are not needed there, hence the following objects are such as are not so generally met with." This is certainly true of these bone pieces which Prof. Percy Newberry identified as arrowheads.