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J. E. Scoot-Jackson. Lower and Middle Palaeolithic artefacts from deposits mapped as Clay-with-fints: a new synthesis with significant implications for the earliest occupation of Britain. ix+180 pages, 79 figures, 15 tables. 2000. Oxford: Oxbow; 1-84217-005-8 paperback £30.

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Francis Wenban-Smith*
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Department of Archaeology, University of Southampton, ffws@soton.ac.uk

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J. E. Scoot-Jackson. Lower and Middle Palaeolithic artefacts from deposits mapped as Clay-with-fints: a new synthesis with significant implications for the earliest occupation of Britain. ix+180 pages, 79 figures, 15 tables. 2000. Oxford: Oxbow; 1-84217-005-8 paperback £30.
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