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" a broad flake, the end of which has been chipped to a semi-circular bevelled edge round the margin of the inner face, similar in character to that of a round-nosed turning-chisel. "
Archaeologia Cambrensis - Page 214
1912
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Archives internationales d'ethnographie

1889
...classical work on „The ancient stone implements of Great Britain", they are „broad flakes the point of which has been chipped to a semi-circular bevelled edge round the margin of the inner face". They are quite similar in shape to prehistoric flint scrapers from France and Italy with which I have...
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The Ancient Stone Implements, Weapons and Ornaments of Great Britain

John Evans - 1897 - 784 pages
...the term first I believe employed by the late ME Lartet, a grattoir. A typical scraper may be defined as a broad flake, the end of which has been chipped to a semicircular bevelled edgf round the margin of the inner face, similar in character to that of a " round-nosed turning chisel."...
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Journal

Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland - 1898
...from being as fully known as they should be. A typical scraper, as defined by Sir John Evans, is " a broad flake, the end of which has been chipped to...face, similar in character to that of a roundnosed turning chisel."2 Sir John Lubbock describes scrapers as "oblong stones rounded at one end, which is...
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The Glory that was Gūrjaradeśa, Volume 2

Kanaiyalal Maneklal Munshi - 1943
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