Aurignacian tools from a fine greenish flint, which is in the Vézère region selectively known from Abri Cellier in the commune of Tursac (Dordogne, France). This site is a rock shelter at the top of the slope of the right bank of the valley of the Vézère, approximately 300 meters from the village of le Moustier.
After Soundings, made by Peyrony and later by Ami during the early 1920ies, Abri Cellier was excavated in 1927, by an American team from the Logan Museum. Unfortunately an excavation report has never been published, and therefore this is another abri in the Dordogne, virtually emptied with only a minimum of contextual information.
The site is famous for its early “art” and features of personal adornment found at the Lower Aurignacian level.
Stratigraphy (after Peyrony and Sonneville Bordes):
Perigordien Va ( Gravettian with Font Robert-Points)
The best pictures about the Cellier-engravings I know: