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Material name: tabular chert
Synonyms: Plattenhornstein
Material (geologic): Jurassic (Malm) eluvial chert
Detail of flake with cortex
Foto: Matthias Rummer, 2001

Locality: Ochsenhart, district Weissenburg, Bavaria, Germany.
Synonyms: Mining site D 7, according to the catalogue of the museum in Bochum (Weisgerber et al. (eds.) 1980).
Geographical co-ordinates: Lat. 48 54' 41" N
Long. 011 03' 02" E
(Mapdatum WGS 84)

click here for a detailed topografical map (41 KBytes).
Additional information: Sampling location
Foto: Rengert Elburg, 2000
For a full-blown picture of this sample, click here (71 KBytes). Flake of two-toned chert
Foto: Matthias Rummer, 2001
Fragment of deep-red tablet
Foto: Matthias Rummer, 2001
For a full-blown version of this picture, click here (105 KBytes).
For a full-blown picture of this sample, click here (31 KBytes). Typical piece of tabular chert
Foto: Matthias Rummer, 2001
Material and colour: N/A
Archaeological description: N/A

Last modified on:
February 20, 2001
Contents primarily by:
Rengert Elburg
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