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Tabular Scrapers of the Levant

Tabular scrapers are flat scrapers manufactured on larger flakes, which show intentional retention of the cortex on virtually the entire dorsal surface of the implement. They were manufactured from special large flint nodules with flat cortical surfaces and can be … Continue reading

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Middle Paleolithic Convergent Scraper

This is a large scraper from a Non-Levallois blank with convergent ends and side retouches. It was found in the Department of Seine Maritime and is dated between 300 and 50 thousand years BP. Convergent scrapers provide a good example … Continue reading

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