Flint Knapping: The Oldest Art Fom, The First Technology

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Flint knapping is the craft and art of shaping amorphous (non-crystalline) stones to manufacture tools for hunting, food preparation, carving, cutting, and many other uses.  Stone tools are the earliest known archaeological remains, and this tradition was passed down by hand for over 3 million years.

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Loren White
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