Paleolithic quartzite pebble tool?

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Paleolithic quartzite pebble tool?

Post by laser_jock99 on Sun Mar 05, 2017 8:56 pm

Recovered yesterday from gravel workings near Wolston, Warwickshire. A quartzite pebble with three flake removals one face and a least four on the other. Any thoughts one whether this is a real tool?








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Re: Paleolithic quartzite pebble tool?

Post by mr.hertzian cone on Sun Mar 19, 2017 2:34 pm

Quartzite is a bugger to ID as they are just sooo crude, I had a similar one from Horsey beach in Norfolk which has yielded a few handaxes over the years. The only way to get a reliable ID is to send photos to the British Museum as I did, mine was a naturally broken pebble, sad times.
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