Portion of a composite tool fashioned from an antler; Upper Paleolithic artifact, dated to less than 18 kya (post-glacial maximum) found in a broad belt across Europe and the western Ukraine; the sleeve served as a mount for flint gouges.
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Abri Pataud (Archaeological site found in 1949 near Les Eyzies in the Vézère River Valley, Dordogne, France, ...)
antler tool (Implement made from a deciduous horn of a member of the deer family.)
Azilian culture (Transitional culture area of the EpiPaleolithic era in France that succeeded the Tardenoisian- ...)
bâton percé (Magdalenian antler artifact that usually has a hole that runs through it. Frequently, these ...)
Cro-Magnon (Archaeological site found in 1868 in the Vézère Valley near Les Eyzies, Dordogne, France, dated ...)