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Source: LITHICS-Net, Glossary of Lithics Terminology
 
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Latest revision as of 09:59, 5 September 2019

This flaking technique involved the removal of large and small percussion flakes which resulted in numerous step fractures. Pressure flaking was often used to form serrations. Oblique-transverse flaking was used to shape the blade of a few examples.

Source: LITHICS-Net, Glossary of Lithics Terminology

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