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NEOLITHIC COMBINATION TOOL

A flint combination tool combining a piercer and a scraper/blade dating from the late Neolithic period. The tool is formed on a primary flake of translucent light grey flint which has a large white inclusion at the proximal end. The flake may well be naturally formed; there is no bulb of percussion or striking platform. In-fact, the proximal end is irregular and broken, probably because the inclus…