The depth at which arrowheads are buried can vary greatly depending on a number of factors, including the age of the arrowhead, the type of soil or sediment in which it is buried, and the amount of disturbance the surrounding area has experienced.
In some cases, arrowheads can be found lying on the surface of the ground, having been exposed by erosion, animal activity, or other natural or human-caused disturbances. In other cases, arrowheads may be buried just a few inches beneath the surface of the ground.
However, in general, it's not uncommon for arrowheads to be found at depths of several inches to a few feet below the surface of the ground, especially if they have been buried for a long period of time. In some cases, arrowheads may even be found in deeper layers of soil or sediment that have accumulated over thousands of years. The depth at which an arrowhead is buried can also depend on the cultural practices of the people who made and used the arrowheads, as some groups may have intentionally buried artifacts at specific depths or in specific locations.