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petrological identification of stone implements from South-Western England

E. D. Evens

petrological identification of stone implements from South-Western England

fifth report of the sub-committee of the South-Western Federation of Museums and Art Galleries

by E. D. Evens

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Published by South-Western Federation of Museums and Art Galleries in [s.n.] .
Written in English

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    Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society for 1972, [Vol.] 38.

    Statementprepared on behalf of the committee by E.D. Evens, I.F. Smith and F.S. Wallis.
    ContributionsSmith, I. F., Wallis, F.S.
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    Open LibraryOL18459491M

    In the following pages I purpose to give an account of the various forms of stone implements, weapons, and ornaments of remote antiquity discovered in Great Britain, their probable uses and method of manufacture, and also, in some instances, the circumstances of their discovery. While reducing the whole series into some sort of classification, as has been done for the stone antiquities of. Scheme for the examination of stone implements', Museums Jour Keiller, A., Piggott, S. and Wallis, F.S. 'First report of the sub-committee of the South Western Group of Museums and Art Galleries on the petrological identification of stone axes', Proceedings of .

      The Panshi nephrite deposit is located in Shizui, approximately 20 km NE 30° of Panshi, Jilin Province, Northeast China ().The research area is located in the southeastern section of the Jilin–Heilongjiang fold system (sub-I), Jilin Eugeosyncline fold belt (I), Jilin syncline (III), and Panshi–Shuangyang fold belt (IV) (Zhang et al., ). Stonehenge is a unique prehistoric monument of international significance, comprising a circular earthwork with internal stone settings. The main periods of construction and use span the Middle Neolithic to the Early Bronze Age (circa to cal BC).

    The cup-and-ring marks and similar sculpture of south-western Scotland: a survey. (). The ground and polished stone implements of north east England: a preliminary statement. The petrological identification of stone battle axes and axehammers from Scotland. Contents - - Raleigh Radford, C.A.: The Neolithic in the Southwest of England - - Dudley, D: The Excavation of a Barrow at Glendorgal, Newquay, - - Fowler, P.J: A Native Homestead of the.


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