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ID341
Find typeFlint and lithics
Secondary find type
Generic groupingFlint and lithics
Phase5b
LayerA297
Feature
Burial number
Artefact typeCore rough-out
Sub type
Blank type
Fragment
Percussion technique
Retouch type
Retouch extent
Retouch position
Raw materialFlint
ColourBlack and grey
Cortex1
Burnt0
Length69.8
Width28.2
Thickness50
Weight0
CommentsA flat oval pebble has been split in two by a hard blow to the centre of one broad side. At the narrow end of this break the edge has been trimmed. The piece may be an atypical scraper, but the retouch look s more like core-edge trimming.

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