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Burrill Lake Rock Shelter

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A rock shelter situated on the southeast coast of New South Wales, Australia, with basal deposits dated to cl8,000 be. Stone artefacts in these Pleistocene levels included flake scrapers and dentated saws. At about 3000 be Bondi points and other tools of the Australian Small Tooltradition appeared. This is one of the earliest dates for Bondi points.

The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983Copied