Large example. Over 3 ¾” length with tapered side butted seam socket, (chips along the bottom), larger than usual indicating a heavier shaft and, overall, arrow. The slender point thickened in the middle for penetration of the leather armor of their opponents. Made for the classic Viking raid which met with resistance and usually ended with the victims capitulating to their demands which included seizing anything of value and often, enslaving those fit for the market or their own use. Exceptional form and preservation.