The Late Neolithic type IV dagger found at Hindsgavl, Denmark (Danish National Museum, Copenhagen).
Callahan 2006 ; see also Fig. 5 ).
Practice alone will enable an individual to reach a certain level
of proficiency, but only practice in combination with ability can
result in world-class performance-an individual capable of making a
Hindsgavl dagger (Fig. 5 ).
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