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Council for British Archaeology (2007) CBA Research Reports [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1000332
ISBN 0 906780 69 1
In this volume the Implement Petrology Committee of the Council for British Archaeology presents the results of examining over 7500 stone implements from the British Isles. These artefacts range in date from the earliest Neolithic - even earlier in some cases - to the Bronze Age; in type from polished stone axes to archers' wristguards; in quality from the finest jade to the coarsest roughout; and in composition from chalk to granite. They come from many known rock sources and places of manufacture, as far apart as the tip of Cornwall to the Northern Isles of Scotland, and from the random exploitation of glacial boulders far removed from their geographical origin. Together these implements comprise an extraordinarily extensive and varied cross-section of the stone tools and weapons made and used in Britain over a period of at least 3000 years.
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