From: Japan | Honshu | Kanagawa Prefecture | Yokohama
Curatorial Section: Asian
|Current Location||Collections Storage|
|Culture||Paleolithic (uncertain) | Jomon (uncertain) | Japanese|
|Provenience||Japan | Honshu | Kanagawa Prefecture | Yokohama|
|Period||Late Paleolithic (uncertain) | Jomon (uncertain)|
|Date Made||Late Paleolithic, Japan - Jomon|
|Technique||Flaked | Chipped|
|Inscription Language||English Language|
Scraper, adze, or other type of tool. Flat with two sides which might serve as cutting edges. Unifacially chipped. Dark stone. Tool is similar in crudeness and unifacially chipped character to the unifacially chipped adzes of the Late Paleolithic and Jomon Periods. Like 2288, it has a ridge down one side. Their use is ambigious.
|Credit Line||Gift of Francis C. Macauley, Esq., 1890|
|Other Number||None - Field No SF | None - Other Number|
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