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I. On Lower and Middle Palaeolithic Technologies
J.M. BURDUKIEWICZ, Lithic artefacts - typology, technology and morpho-
metrics ..........................                              11
T. LAURAT, Technological analysis of flint tools from Bilzingsleben, Lower
Palaeolithic, Thuringia.  .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...  21
M. POLTowicz, Das Fundinventar vom Fundplatz Piekary IIa und die Frage der
mittelpaldolithischen Fundkomplexe mit Klingentechnik . .....   31
A. WIgNIEWSKI, Middle Palaeolithic methods of core reduction exemplified
by artefacts from layer 11 in Hallera Street, site 1 in Wroclaw, Poland:
Preliminary results .....................                       49
E. BROHL, A short note on the core reducing techniques at the Middle Pleis-
tocene hunting camps of Neumark-Nord 1 in the Geisel valley (Ger-
m any)  . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . .  . . . . . .  . .  63
W. MIGAL & M. URBANOWSKI, Pradnik knives reused. Experimental approach  73
D. MAI4KA, M. MILEWSKI & M. TARGOSZ, Homo neanderthalensis economicus
- an example of reusing of the raw material in Middle Palaeolithic site
Wylotne, Poland ......................                          91
II. Towards 'modern' flintknapping: Upper and Late Palaeolithic
T. PLONKA & A. WISNIEWSKI, Some remarks on core exploitation methods at the
Gravettian site Henryk6w 15 in the Sudeten Foreland . .......   99
A. KLIMEK, An existence of specialized workshops at the Mazovian site . .  105
M. PRZEiDZIECKI, Reconstruction of the operating chain for selected blocks
from "Jablofi" trench in Wolkusz 5, as seen in refittings . ...... 127
W. MIGAL, On various methods of Lyngby point production . ...... 137
M. DZIEWANOWSKI, Flint assemblage Drqstwo 37. A preliminary analysis of
predetermined Swiderian debitage . .......... . . . . 149
M. MASOJd, Selected technological aspects of Bromme-Lyngby culture flint-
working as exemplified by the Pomeranian site Jaglisko 3 in the Dobieg-
niew Lake District ...................                     ..  167
III. Issues of Mesolithic flintknapping
M. W4s, Raw materials and flint processing strategy in the Late Mesolithic in
Poland. Results of refitting . ..... .......... . . . . 173
W. MIGAL & M. W4s, Microblade pressure technique at the Late Mesolithic
site Dqby 29. Experimental approach . ............. 179
IV. Flintknapping of Neolithic and Bronze Age
K. SZYMCZAK & M. KHUDZHANAZAROV, Bullet-shaped core reduction in
Kelteminar culture (Neolithic of Central Asia) . ......... 191
J. LIBERA, "Late" flint industries - flint production of Lusatian Culture peoples
in SE Poland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .  . . ..  .  199
V. Theory and practice in research on the flint technology
P. DMOCHOWSKI, A new classification of erratic flint from western Poland .  217



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Tools, Prehistoric, Stone implements