Stone age manufacture of Solutrean tools

Stone age manufacture of Solutrean tools

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Credit: LIONEL BRET/EURELIOS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Stone age manufacture of Solutrean tools, illustration. People of the Solutrean culture (around 21,000-17,000 years BP) manufacturing cut flint tools. The Solutrean period lies in the Upper Palaeolithic era, or late old stone age, (40,000-10,000 years BP) and acquired its name from the typesite Solutre in the Macon district in eastern France. The people lived in both modern day France and Spain but were replaced in around 17,000 years BP by the Magdalenian culture.

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