Flint implements

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(Archæol.) tools, etc., employed by men before the use of metals, such as axes, arrows, spears, knives, wedges, etc., which were commonly made of flint, but also of granite, jade, jasper, and other hard stones.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The evidence includes hearthstones, animal bones and flint implements. They begin with an examination of the site and the evidence, followed by possible conclusions on who lived there, what the occupations were, even age demographics.
Flint implements used as hunting tools, charcoal and bone fragments, were unearthed beneath an ancient riverbank at the dig site.
Flint implements, charcoal and bone fragments were found beneath an ancient riverbank, revealing that people were living in Monmouth as far back as 6,000 to 10,000 years ago Archaeologist Steve Clark in St James' Street, Monmouth.
"Flint implements = that are also ascribed to earlier periods were discovered at the site,=94 i= ncluding a point of a hunting tool that may date back 100 centuries.
Over the next few years, as the site was further excavated by Dawson and his team, more prehistoric fauna were unearthed--teeth from a mastodon; bits of a hippopotamus, a beaver, a stegodon; and flint implements thought to have been used by enigmatic Piltdown Man.
Findings from the Kochmas A site included only flint implements. The chipped stone technique left blade-flakes.
The flint implements of Chernoborskaya III were manufactured using the large blade and flake technique.