“Mons Basin flint cie”: A status report on the flint mining sites of the Mons Basin during the Neolithic. Jean-Philippe Collin

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  • SESSION 1 – Raw material exploitation strategies – mining and surface collecting
    “Mons Basin flint cie”: A status report on the flint mining sites of the Mons Basin during the Neolithic

    The Mons Basin (Province of Hainaut, western Belgium) is a geologically rich region, particularly from the point of view of Upper Cretaceous sedimentary deposits, conducive to an important flint gathering activity during prehistory. Focusing on the Neolithic period. This status report is a preliminary step to a PhD research project (University of Namur and Pantheon-Sorbonne University) of which one of the main goals is the identification of economic networks resulting from the diffusion of lithic productions, from extraction sites to Neolithic settlements both within and outside the Mons Basin.

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