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MESOLITHIC FLAKE

Mesolithic to Neolithic flint flake, possibly a core rejuvination flake. There is scaring at the proximal end and a small bulb of percussion. The ventral surface is slightly concave. The dorsal surface is covered in ridges where previous flakes have been removed, struck from the flint from four different angles. There is no evidence of retouch. It is 41.46mm long, 32.86mm wide, 8.46mm thick and we…