Microlith

A small, long, and narrow stone tool.

Microlith

A microlith is a small stone tool usually made of flint or chert and typically a centimetre or so in length and half a centimetre wide. It is produced from either a small blade (microblade) or a larger blade-like piece of flint by abrupt or truncated retouching, which leaves a very typical piece of waste, called a microburin. The microliths themse...
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microlith

(from the article `hand tool`) ...that is, the back of the blade was blunted for safer handling. Thin blades were further reduced to smaller pieces, often having a geometric form ... [4 related articles]
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microlith

(mi´kro-lith) a minute concretion or calculus.
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Microlith

• (n.) Same as Microlite, 2.
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Microlith

Mi'cro·lith noun [ Micro- + lith .] (Min.) Same as Microlite , 2.
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Microlith

A very small flint tool, often less than 2.5cm long. They were used as barbs, tips of arrows, or placed edge-to-edge in a wood, bone or piece of antler called a haft. They date to the Early Mesolithic.
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microlith

Type: Term Pronunciation: mī′krō-lith Definitions: 1. A minute calculus, usually multiple, sometimes constituting a coarse sand called gravel; may occur in prostate or testes.
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microlith

very small stone tool
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