The Boldogkőváralja depot of stone tools
The Boldogkőváralja depot contains 566 lithic blades from 7000 years ago. A statistical reevaluation offers new insights into the collection
Late Middle Paleolithic of the Côte Chalonnaise
Herkert and Frick present a site cluster based on Levallois reduction and Keilmesser in the Côte Chalonnaise region.
The Use of Bone in Stone Tool Technology
This study presents bone retouchers used for lithics tools from the Palaeolithic Veternica and Vindija sites in Northwestern Croatia.
Litikum is the yearly published journal of the Lithic Research Roundtable that unites prehistorians and archaeologists in Hungary, those are interested in lithic studies. The Roundtable organizes annual meetings as a forum for presenting on-going research, new approaches and methods related to lithic analysis.
The Lithic Research Roundtable (LRR) unites prehistorians and archaeologists in Hungary who are interested in lithic studies – anything in connection with lithics as an aspect of humanity’s material culture. Although the present members of the LRR are focusing mainly to the Palaeolithic era, we accept opinions and contributions from every time period.
Our goal is sharing scientific research results through our open access electronic journal. Litikum publishes articles (1) from the field of lithic research of Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic in Central Europe, and (2) developing theoretical and methodological issues related to the field of lithic studies in general.
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