Daily Archives: May 3, 2011

Needles from La Madeleine

Some small bone tools from the La Madeleine (most probably fragments of needles). The exploitation of animal bones, antlers and ivory as raw materials for the production of utilitarian tools as well as for ritual and art objects became common … Continue reading

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Convergence in Prehistory

  These are two cordiform handaxes from different sites. The honey colored cordiform comes from the Ridge-Quarry approximately two kilometers south-west of Romsey and is dated to the Hoxnian/Wolstonian complex, while the other Handaxe is from an early Wurmian site … Continue reading

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