3 edition of Flint and groundstone axes in the Scanian neolithic found in the catalog.
Flint and groundstone axes in the Scanian neolithic
Deborah S. Olausson
Bibliography: p. 61-66.
|Statement||Deborah S. Olausson.|
|Series||Scripta minora Regiae Societatis Humaniorum Litterarum Lundensis -- 1982-1983:2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
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Get this from a library. Flint and groundstone axes in the Scanian neolithic: an evaluation of raw materials based on experiment. [Deborah S Olausson]. Flint and Groundstone Axes in the Scanian Neolithic.
An evaluation of raw materials based on experiment Olausson, Deborah LU () In Scripa minora regiae societatis humaniorum litterarum Lundensis. Mark; Abstract One of the most common Neolithic tool types in Scandinavia which is available to us for study today is the axe.
Applications. During the prehistoric times, the flint axe was a widely used tool for multiple different tasks. They were widely used during the Neolithic period to clear forests for early farming.
The polished axes were used directly to cut timber across the grain, but some types (known as a Splitting maul) were designed to split wood along the grain. The axe was also used to prepare. Flint and Groundstone Axes in the Scanian Neolithic. An evaluation of raw materials based on experiment (Book) Flint and Groundstone Axes in the Scanian Neolithic.
An evaluation of raw materials based on experiment (Book) Flint and Groundstone Axes in the Scanian Neolithic. An evaluation of raw materials based on experiment (Book)Pages: Olausson, D. Lithic technological analysis of the thin-butted flint axe.
Acta Archaeolog 1−87 Olausson, D Flint and groundstone axes in the Scanian Neolithic. Scripta Minora 2, 7−66 Parker Pearson, M. Stonehenge: Exploring the Greatest Stone Age File Size: KB.
The Neolithic flint mines of Spiennes are among the largest and earliest Neolithic flint mines which survive in north-western Europe, located close to the Walloon village of Spiennes, southeast of Mons, Belgium.
The mines were active during the mid and late Neolithic between 4, and 2, BC. Declared to be "remarkable for the diversity of technological solutions used for extraction" the Inscription: (24th Session). In the Neolithic age stone axes were produced in large quantities in what is now the Lake District area.
This stone axe, dating to around BC was discovered at Scaleby Moss, Carlisle and is an. Lithic artefacts were an intrinsic part of Neolithic life both in terms of everyday practical use and in ritual/symbolic mode.
Archaeologists and prehistorians studying the Neolithic period recognise this, and accordingly, strive to maximise relevant data recovery and subsequently exploit the available data to. A History of the World is a partnership between the BBC and the British Museum that focuses on world history, involving collaborations between teams across the BBC, and schools, museums and.
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Some are mere thousands of years old, others come from even deeper in the past, made by humans that are not even of our own species. Celtic swords, neolithic figures, flint hand-axes; in prehistory there are no words to tell the story, only the artefacts that have been left behind.
Tools and technology: Lithic technological analysis of Neolithic axe morphology. behind the choice of flint or greenstone for the manufacture of certain types of otherwise morphologically similar Neolithic axes. The results of practical trials with axe manufacture and use, as well as a study of raw material availability, suggested that Cited by: 2.
See the Stone Age flint knapping skills of James Dilley come to life in the Neolithic houses at Stonehenge. Discover more about Neolithic life: https://goo.g. In January a very large, completely polished grey-flint axe was found by Mr. F.J. Kelf while digging an air-raid shelter behind his shop at Northdown Road.
It was discovered at last 4 feet below ground level. The flint derives from either Lincolnshire or Belgium (Jessop ). The axe is impractical, unused and likely to have had a symbolic or ritual function.
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Article January with 41 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Timothy Darvill. Lithic artifacts were an intrinsic part of Neolithic life both in terms of everyday practical use and in ritual/symbolic mode. Archaeologists and prehistorians studying the Neolithic period recognize this, and accordingly, strive to maximize relevant data recovery and subsequently exploit the available data to Format: Paperback.
Stone Tools in the Paleolithic and Neolithic Near East: A Guide surveys the archaeological record for stone tools from the earliest times to 6, years ago in the Near East.
This book is intended for archaeology students and professional by: Grime's Graves is a large Neolithic flint mining complex in Norfolk, lies 8 km ( mi) north east from Brandon, Suffolk in the East of was worked between c.
and c. BC, although production may have continued well into the Bronze and Iron Ages (and later) owing to the low cost of flint compared with metals. Flint was much in demand for making polished stone axes Company: Managed by English Heritage.
The flint axes date to the Neolithic period and are thought to have been placed in the bog as part of a ritual sacrifice between and B.C. “It’s fascinating that they could master the.
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Neolithic sickle insert types. Chronological variation among sickle inserts. Major categories and types of Neolithic groundstone tools. File Size: KB. The site of Cissbury, Sussex, where flint extraction took place in the Neolithic between cal BC, produced evidence of flint tool production in the form of axes and flint debitage, but Author: Miles Russell.Download this stock image: prehistory, tools, stone axe, neolithic, young stone age, prehistoric, ax, axes, tool, primitive times, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearences-NA - CNTN8D from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.