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Chronotypes ou géotypes ? Discussion sur quelques outils néolithiques peu fréquents du nord-ouest de la France

Abstract : Rare tools not within the common range of Neolithic tools in north-west France, have been documented for several years, or even decades, but still remain largely ignored by the scientific community. These tools are mainly found on sites in Normandy, which suggests that they can be considered as new morphological types to be added to the current typological list. These tools are temporarily called bevelled becs, transverse burins, ½ moon knives, quadrangular knives, blade points with basal notches, and notched adzes. Further discussion amongst lithics specialists is needed in order to establish whether they can be further considered as chronocultural markers (chronotypes) or as territorial markers (geotypes).
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Dominique Prost. Chronotypes ou géotypes ? Discussion sur quelques outils néolithiques peu fréquents du nord-ouest de la France. Revue Archéologique de l'Ouest, Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2020, Varia, 36, pp.23-43. ⟨10.4000/rao.5837⟩. ⟨hal-03227214⟩

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