Keys to the Past



Lump of stone, usually flint, from which smaller pieces have been removed, such as blades and flakes by knapping. The core is left over, but it can be shaped again.
A column of peat or sediment taken for analysis, which may contain pollen and other indicators of the environment at, or close to, an archaeological site.

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