7 February, 2020
Tools, Traditional Skills
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Andrew Packer from Dartmoor Wildcrafts demonstrates one of the chief tools used to create flint blades in the Mesolithic age, the tortoise shell core.
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We did this when we were kids, using a large pebble instead of the antler.We made mostly arrowheads using coppice for the arrow shaft and bows.We didn't even know it was called flint knapping lol
February 7, 2020
Great, concise explanations Andrew, well done.
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February 23, 2020
Very interesting, lovely to see the process! More please x
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