4 edition of Prehistoric Flintwork found in the catalog.
March 1, 2005
by Tempus Publishing, Limited
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
Prehistoric Flintwork, by Chris Butler, Tempus Books, Chris Butler is a Member of the Institute of Field Aracheologists and a lecturer at the University of Sussex. He is an expert on on flint implements, especially in South East England. His book is a practical manual and the best I know for learning about and identifying flint tools. Books on Shelves in Berkely House, by Author A-G A ADAMS, Brian & THOMAS, Anthony. A potwork in Devonshire: the history and products of the Bovey Tracy potteries Sayce Publishing, P/MED ABERDEEN AND GRAMPIAN TOURIST BOARD. The Stone Circle. Aberdeen and Grampian Tourist Board, nd PAM ABU Simbel. Gaddis & Co. L/PAM Continue reading "Books, by .
As an archaeologist, I found this book fascinating. I think its really useful how the first few sections place the prehistoric pottery into a context by providing the reader with an understanding of how the pottery is made and how the decoration techniques were created so that when you look at a piece of prehistoric pottery in the field or in the finds lab, you are able to understand it not 4/5(6). moderate quantity of prehistoric flintwork, together with some pottery. More than twenty shallow hollows, pits and I n the summer of members of the C a n t e r b u r y Archaeological Trust re t u r ned to Ringlemere, to resume investigations at the now famous Bronze Age gold cup site. The work this.
Every year thousands of archaeological objects and artefact scatters are discovered by the public, most of them by metal-detector users, but also by people whilst out walking, gardening, or going about their daily work. Once recorded, these finds hold enormous potential in helping us understand the past. In England and Wales these finds are reported. Megaw, J.V.S. Philip Macdonald with Kilian Anheuser, Tony Daly, Mary Davis, Jim Wild & Tim Young. Llyn Cerrig Bach: a study of the copper alloy artefacts from the insular La Tène assemblage. xvi+ pages, 26 figures, 13 b&w & colour plates, 19 tables. Cited by:
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Prehistoric Flintwork | Flint was vital for prehistoric societies, from the Mesolithic hunter-gatherers down to Bronze Age farmers. Chris Butler describes how the different diagnostic flint implements were used in each period and how they were produced. Stroud, Tempus, pp, 79 figs, 29 col.
plates. ISBN 0 7 (£) In his Prehistoric Flintwork Chris Butler sets out to provide a basic guide to the types of flint artefacts and the technology which produced them, charting the changes in both technology and tools throughout prehistory.
After a brief introduction to the formation of flint, its sources, and the characteristics. Chris Butler has created a concise guide to recognising and categorising British prehistoric flintwork.
The author begins by looking at the different sources of flint that were exploited by prehistoric peoples, and explains why flint was such a widely used raw : Prehistoric Flintwork by Chris Butler,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6).
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The Battle Axe and Pitted Ware people then coexisted as distinct archaeological entities until c. 2, BC, when they merged into a fairly homogeneous Late Neolithic culture. This culture produced the finest flintwork in Scandinavian Prehistory and the last megalithic tombs.
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Chris Butler has created a concise guide to recognising and categorising British prehistoric flintwork. The author begins by looking at the different sources of flint that were exploited by prehistoric peoples, and explains why flint was such a widely used raw material.
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A tale of two axes. Archaeology in West. Get FREE shipping on Prehistoric Flintwork by Chris Butler, from Describing the different way in which flint implements were used in each period they were producedReleased on: Ma Acheulean (/ ə ˈ ʃ uː l i ə n /; also Acheulian and Mode II), from the French acheuléen after the type site of Saint-Acheul, is an archaeological industry of stone tool manufacture characterized by distinctive oval and pear-shaped "hand-axes" associated with Homo erectus and derived species such as Homo heidelbergensis.
Acheulean tools were produced during the Lower Palaeolithic era Period: Lower Paleolithic.Flintknapping is an ancient craft enjoying a resurgence of interest among both amateur and professional students of prehistoric cultures. In this new guide, John C.
Whittaker offers the most detailed handbook on flintknapping currently available and the only one written from the archaeological perspective of interpreting stone tools as well as making them.