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A classic Keilmesser / Prądnik from Neuburg /Donau

This is a classic “initial” Ciemna/Pradnik backed bifacial knife, (Keilmesser). It was found as a stray find, decennia ago, at Neuburg at the Donau (Bavaria) in the heartland of the Central European Micoquian technocomplex. It was made from Kreidequarzit, known as raw … Continue reading

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The Prądnik (KMG) complex in Central Germany revisited

  Fig. 1 shows some implements of the Middle European Micoquian ( two bifacial scrapers and one flatt small biface / Faustkeilblatt), found during the 1950ies at Kleinheppach in S/W-Germany. Fig. 2 shows some Leaf-shaped artifacts from the same site. … Continue reading

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Tools from the Middle Europe Micoquian: Grochakis

These are two Grochakis from a Micoquian open air scatter at Möttingen near Nördlingen (Baden Würtenberg; Germany). Grochakis are a characteristic element of the Middle European Keilmessergruppen (KMG; Middle European Micoquian). They were first noted in the Prodnik ensembles near Krakow by … Continue reading

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Handaxe from Petit Spiennes

This is a Handaxe from Petit Spiennes (Mesvin) with a secondary lateral Burin spall . According to the local stratigrapy it may belong to MIS 10 or 8. The Mons area (Belgium, Province of Hainaut, Wallonia Region) is famous for its … Continue reading

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