8.2.3 The Assemblage - introduction

Table 39 shows the general typological composition of the Carmelite Friary assemblage. The category 'black&grey flint' covers pieces which are black, or very dark grey, with light grey spots.

Seventeen pieces are burnt (c. 5% of all flints), and 192 pieces (c. 57% of all flints) have some degree of cortex-cover.

The definitions of the main lithic categories are as follows:

For a more detailed presentation of descriptive elements (type of retouch, orientation of retouch, morphology of retouch, etc.), see Ballin (2000).


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