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ID103
Find typeFlint and lithics
Secondary find type
Generic groupingFlint and lithics
Phase9
LayerA521
Feature
Burial number
Artefact typeShort end-scraper
Sub type
Blank typeOther
FragmentFragmented
Percussion techniqueUncertain
Retouch typeVery coarse retouch
Retouch extentContinuous
Retouch positionOne corner
Raw materialFlint
ColourBlack and grey
Cortex1
Burnt0
Length30.3
Width23.3
Thickness15.2
Weight0
CommentsIndeterminate blank. The piece has been retouched from the corticated face. Some retouch in association with other broken-off corner suggests that the piece may have had another working end, possibly a supplementary scraper-edge.
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