Retouching Tools made of Reddeer Antler: Evidence from a Flint-Workshop on the Late Neolithic Flint-Mine "Lousberg" in Aachen (Northrhine-Westphalia, FRG)
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Retouching Tools made of Reddeer Antler: Evidence from a Flint-Workshop on the Late Neolithic Flint-Mine "Lousberg" in Aachen (Northrhine-Westphalia, FRG). Jürgen Weiner, M-R Séronie-Vivien, Michel Lenoir. Presented at Le Silex de sa genese al'outil. Actes du Ve Colloque International sur le Silex. Bordeaux 1987, Paris. 1990 ( tDAR id: 418573)
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min long: 5.865; min lat: 47.275 ; max long: 15.034; max lat: 55.057 ;
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