A Magdalenian decorated baguette demi-ronde from Grotte de l'Abbé (Charente, France)

Michelle Langley, Dominique Augier, Christophe Delage, Arnaud Pauthier

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    Abstract

    During a recent study of osseous Middle to Late Magdalenian projectile technology housed in the Musée d'Angoulême (Angoulême, Charente), a small but insightful collection of newly recovered Magdalenian technologies from a site known as Grotte de l'Abbé was examined. In this box, the most significant items were two matched baguettes demi-rondes components. As the recovery of both halves of one of these composite projectile points is exceedingly rare, this find alone is exceptional. What makes this find truly extraordinary, however, is the fact that this implement also displays a complex engraved design. This paper describes this rare find along with other projectile point and ornament components found alongside this artefact.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)321-330pp
    JournalAcademie des Sciences Comptes Rendus: Palevol
    Volume14
    Issue number4
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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