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Chipped stone tools from the Early Bronze Age settlement of Minferri (2100-1650 cal. BC) (Lleida, Spain): Raw materials, technology and activities inferred

AuthorsMarín, Dioscórides; Gibaja, Juan Francisco ; Alonso Martínez, Natàlia; Ortega i Cobos, David ; Palomo, Antoni; Moya Garra, Andreu
KeywordsStone tools
Bronze Age
Minferri (Lleida, Espanya)
2100-1650 Cal. BC
Raw materials
Economic processes
Flint technology
Metallurgy production
Issue Date2017
PublisherSidestone Press
CitationArtisans versus nobility? Multiple identities of elites and ‘commoners’ viewed through the lens of crafting from the Chalcolithic to the Iron Ages in Europe and the Mediterranean : 139-159 (2017)
AbstractThe main objective of this work is to advance a first approximation of the economic processes in which the Early Bronze Age lithic tools were involved, as well as the relation between the flint technology and the emerging metallurgy production among these communities.
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