Non-destructive provenancing of bluestone axe-heads in Britain
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Date 2004-06
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Volume 78
Issue 300
Abstract The authors present a new procedure for discovering where stone artefacts come from without having to cut a slice through them. The method is tested on axes of spotted dolerite bluestone from Preseli in Wales, source of monoliths at Stonehenge.
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Label Williams-Thorpe, Olwen ; Potts, P. J. and Jones, M. C. (2004). Non-destructive provenancing of bluestone axe-heads in Britain. Antiquity, 78(300) pp. 359–379.
Title Non-destructive provenancing of bluestone axe-heads in Britain