3. Assemblage Types

The assemblage types are defined as follows (see also Figure 1):

Figure 1
Figure 1: Microliths diagnostic of assemblage types. Row 1. Star Carr-type microliths from Star Carr, N. Yorks. Row 2. Deepcar-type microliths from Lackford Heath, Suffolk. Row 3. A basally modified assemblage. A Honey Hill-type assemblage from Two Mile Bottom, Norfolk (redrawn from Jacobi 1984). Row 4. Small scalene triangles from Seamer K, N. Yorks (redrawn from David 1998)


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