This Quartzite tool was part of a surface scatter of artifacts (5x5m) on a field together with crude (non-Levallois) large flakes and some simple side-scrapers near Kassel. This polyhedron may be a heavy duty tool from the Lower Paleolithic and/or a Non-Levallois core. It has some similarities to a subclass of cores, that where found at the Reutersruh site near Schwalmstadt / Hesse. What is highly interesting is the fact, that the raw material was obviously imported from the Reutersruh Quartzite source 60 km away. This is a relatively high distance for the transport of raw material during the Lower Paleolithic.