( these appear to be type E, essentially only pointed blades, single tipped with flat retouching concentrated around the tip - Don )

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  narrow space. La Marche is essentially in the shape of the rectangle shown in the diagram above of ABCD, of which only sides AB and BC support the roof. The point D is unsupported, and is cantilevered. A rocky outcrop is located at P. ( P is not shown on the diagram, but is presumably the 'piton rocheux' beside the point marked G - Don ) Part E В contains a number of sandy galleries.

References

  1. Péricard, L., Lwoff, S., 1940: La Marche, commune de Lussac-les-Châteaux (Vienne): Premier atelier de Magdalénien III à dalles gravées mobiles (campagnes de fouilles 1937-1938), Bulletin de la Société préhistorique deFrance,tome 37, n°7-9, 1940. pp. 155-180.


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