End Scraper

  • Culture / Period

    Paleolithic Period

  • Provenance

    Yanggu-gun Sangmuryong-ri, Yanggu-eup, Yanggu-gun, Gangwon-do

  • Materials


  • Dimensions

    L. 4.86cm

  • Accession Number


This stone tool is an end scraper widely used during the late Paleolithic Period. The tool was made by chipping the end of a flake of obsidian to form a rounded end on a blade. The blade of this end scraper is comparatively more obtuse than that of the other type of scrapers, suggesting that it was used for processing animal hides.

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