FMNH 180683.nosub[1]

  • 180683 -  view
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    Description: Evolving Planet exhibition image. Catalogue No.: 180683 - top view
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    Description: Evolving Planet exhibition image. Catalogue No.: 180683 - key view
  • 180683 flake
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    Description: Evolving Planet exhibition image. Catalogue No.: 180683 - side view
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    Description: scan of catalog card
Catalog Number: 180683.nosub[1]
Description: Levallois flake
Materials: stone
Cultural Attribution: Lower Levallois
Locality: Europe, France, Somme, Somme Gravels
Accession Number: [1252] A. % Commont (Purchase)
Accession Year: 1916
Continent: Europe
Country: France
District/County: Somme
City/Town: Somme Gravels
Collector/Source: A. Commont, A. Commont
EMu IRN: 1084332
GUID: ba2f62d3-ce04-411b-aae8-4055cf8a3b5c

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