K. 13332 : 5o. Leaf-shaped arrow-point of agate, straight, the other convex. 42X32, 36X31 and 34X
rather thick. 38X15 mm. PI. 3: 13. 27 mm. -: 112 Fig. 5.
K. 13332: 51-52. Two leaf-shaped arrow-points, or K. 13332: 115. Part of a core(?) of dark-grey
maybe piercers, of quartzite and porphyry, the thin edges chipped
flint. L. 26 mm. on each side.
K. 13332 : 53. Small oval arrow-head(?) of K. 13332: 116. Nine small objects of quartzite
dark-grey flint. Rather blunt. 14X and flint, worked on both sides.
8 mm. Pl. 3: 18. Partly knives or cutters, partly fragm. of in-
K. 13332 54. The broken-off tip of a well-made determinable implements.
arrow-point of quartz.
K. 13332: 117. Seventeen discs of coarse sherds
K. 13332 : 55-57. Three leaf-shaped arrow-points of of quartzite and flint, more or less
chert and quartzite. L. 43-33 mm. worked.
PI. 3: 14-16. K. 13332: 118. Eight pointed sherds of quartzite,
K. 13332 : 58. Very blunt arrow-head, or possib- partly unfinished arrow-heads.
ly knife, of grey flint. 34X18 mm. K. 13332 : 119. Eight coarse flakes of flint and
Pi. 3 : 17. quartzite, the edges more or less
K. 13332 : 59-60. Two coarse, unfinished arrow- retouched.
points of quartzite. K. 13332 : 120. Various coarse flakes of different
K. 13332 : 61-63. Three pointed sherds of chert and coloured flints and quartzite.
quartzite. K. 13332 : 121. Various refuse of flint, agate and
K. 13332 : 64-67. Four fragm. of flint arrow-points quartzite.
K. 13332 : 68-69. Two small knives of quartzite, one stone of sandstone.
edge straight, the other slightly K. 13332 : 124. Fragm. of grinding stone(?) of
garnet-micaschist. One side ground
K. 13332 : 126. Potsherd from rim of vessel with
K. 13332 : 71. Knife of greyish-green chert. One
slightly curved neck and two
edge more convex than the other. marked nipples below the neck. Reddish-brown,
Coarsely made. 85X24 mm. Pl. 3:21. rather hard-burnt ware, cf. -:1-4.
K. 13332 72-73. Two coarse knives of quartzite, K. 13332 : 127-128. Two small potsherds from the probably unfinished. -:72 made
of a naturally thin piece of stone. PI. 3; 22. upright rims of two vessels,
same ware as the preceding.
K. 13332 : 74-85. Twelve fragm. of knives of K. 13332 : 129-132. Four potsherds of same ware as
quartzite and flint. the preceding.
K. 13332 : 86-95. Ten fragm. of coarse knives of K. 13332 : 133. Core of grey flint, nearly cylind-
quartzite, chert and flint. rical. L. 4o mm.
K. 13332 : 96-106. Eleven scrapers of flint, quartzite K. 13332 : 134. Part of core of quartzite.
and felsite. Nearly oval or round. K. 13332 : 135. Arrow-point of quartzite, leaf-
From 40X29 to 15X16 mm. -: 103 Pl. 4: 4. shaped, rather thick. L. 45 mm.
K. 13332: 107-108. Two flint scrapers with un- Unfinished?
finished retouching. K. 13332: 136. Part of thin natural disc of
K. 13332 : 109. Thick quartzite flake with some quartzite ; the convex edge has
retouches along one edge. 55X28 probably been used for cutting.
mm. K. 13332 : 137. Fragm. of bifacial object of
K. 13332: Iro-III. Two small fragm. of flint quartzite. Cf. -: 112.
scrapers. K. 13332 : 138. Partly worked block of felsite.
K. 13332: 112-I14. Three bifacial implements of K. 13332 : 139. Thick sherd of quartzite with
flint and quartzite, one end worked edges.
or small knives. K. 13332 : 122-123. Two small fragm. of a grinding
convex. 39X13 and 33X8 mm. PI. 3 : 19-20.
K. 13332 : 70. One half of a small knife of K. 13332 : 125. A few bone fragm. and charcoal
yellow phtanite. Made from a from a hearth.
flake. Br. II mm. Pl. 4: 5.