Archaeological industry


Archaeological industry

An archaeological industry is the name given to a consistent range of assemblages connected with a single product, such as the Langdale axe industry. Where the assemblages contain evidence of a variety of items and behaviours, the more correct term is "archaeological culture".

Also referred as Lithic Industries here is a list of some early used lithic industries:

Oldowan

Acheulean

Mousterian


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