This paper discusses various aspects of Palaeolithic industries having bifacial tool traditions, with an emphasis on Middle Palaeolithic Micoquian materials in Crimea (Ukraine).
Raw material, typology and land-use hypothesis about an open-air Palaeolithic site cluster at Szécsénke, Hungary
The aim of this publication is to present and illustrate selected bifacial products from amongst the flint artefacts from Rivne (Ukraine) that are a part of the collection of the Toruń District Museum’s Archaeological Department.
Analysis of molecular composition of organic matter in lithics can determine correlations between organic matter and rock source. The paper presents the possibilities and limitations of using this method in Earth Sciences and Archaeology
The aim of this study is to test the utility of basic shape analyses in identifying reduction effects on bifacial tools. A Late Middle Palaeolithic assemblage of 147 bifacial tools from Southern Poland was analyzed.