EUP "Transitional Period" (L-R-J) Burin on a Bifacially Thinned Blade c40k

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Seller: muddy-feet (2.772) 100%, Location: West Malling, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 113882770564 Early Upper Palaeolithic, so called "Transitional Period" L-RJ Lincombian-Ranisian-Jerzmanowician This very unusual and rare burin has been made on a thick bifacially thinned blade. It appears to be copying a blade tradition, e.g H.sapien. The L-R-J is a transitional tool industry belonging to the last phase of the Neanderthals in northern Europe. It is an industry that is contemporary with the Châtelperronian of France and Spain. The characteristics of this industry are bifacially worked leaf-points and blade-points. It is referred to as a "transitional period" a period of time where Cro-Magnon man and Neanderthal coexisted. It was a period of time thought to be around 5,000 years. L-R-J tools are found over a very large parallel from Wales in the west to Poland in the east. Britain appears to have the largest concentrations of sites from this period. British sites so far outnumber those found on mainland Europe. The L-R-J is a northern European equivalent of the Chatelperronian of France and Spain. Recent research places the British L-R-J to approximately c43,500 – 40,500 BP From an old collection, found Kent, UK. Provenance details supplied with sale. Provenance: Ownership History Available, Type: Burin, Material: flint

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