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  • Flintknapping with Karl Lee - Primitive Technology UK
    master flintknapper and experiential archaeologist with over 20 years experience of teaching the manufacture and use of stone lithic bone and wooden tools I have an online shop where you can buy my British hand made replicas These include flint antler bone and wood tools all crafted using prehistoric techniques Please feel free to get in touch with any comments or questions using the form on my contact page as any feedback is much appreciated Karl s knowledgeable but easy style of presentation encouraged lots of participation I would have no hesitation in recommending Karl warmly to deliver workshops to other groups With kind permission from John Piprani of the University of Manchester a first edit of five days production with experimental archaeologist Karl Lee Materially it resulted in a series of blade points and characteristic debitage for each of four heuristic stages that comprise the production process Share this Facebook Twitter Google Email Latest Popular Mostly armless 2014 10 23 Basic but beautiful 2014 02 04 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material 2013 07 26 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material 2013 07 26 Stone Age Cyber Tourist British Museum 16 03 13 2013 03 28 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Sleepover at British Museum 2013 02 16 Subscribe to our Newsletter Email 2013 Primitive Technology UK All Rights Reserved Terms of use Privacy policy Cookies Terms of sale Contact PrimitiveTechUK RT Jamie Woodward Bite marks on Pleistocene femur indicate human hunting or scavenging by large carnivores https t co 4PdWJipXEh https t co HmOXv7kXmK 19 hours ago RT Qafzeh Homo erectus and the Limits of a Paleontological Species Jean Jacques Hublin https t co ffdWbWDtjY
    http://www.primitive-technology.co.uk/ (2016-04-29)

  • Cart - Primitive Technology UK
    Shop Share this Facebook Twitter Google Email Latest Popular Mostly armless 2014 10 23 Basic but beautiful 2014 02 04 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material 2013 07 26 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material 2013 07 26 Stone Age Cyber Tourist British Museum 16 03 13 2013 03 28 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Sleepover at British Museum 2013 02 16 Subscribe to our Newsletter Email 2013 Primitive Technology UK All Rights Reserved Terms of use Privacy policy Cookies Terms of sale Contact PrimitiveTechUK RT Jamie Woodward Bite marks on Pleistocene femur indicate human hunting or scavenging by large carnivores https t co 4PdWJipXEh https t co HmOXv7kXmK 19 hours ago RT Qafzeh Homo erectus and the Limits of a Paleontological Species Jean Jacques Hublin https t co ffdWbWDtjY via jjhublin https t co H3DrlsoJEJ Apr 27 RT Qafzeh Another twist in Homo naledi tale Remains may have swept into cave from a secret chamber https t co iOttUaTMZh https t co X2Dbl9oOXL Apr 27 RT Qafzeh VIDEO Rethinking Out of Africa Neanderthal Denisovan Interbreeding ChrisStringer65
    http://www.primitive-technology.co.uk/cart/ (2016-04-29)

  • Products - Primitive Technology UK
    These are carried out in a very friendly manner and tailored to the requirements of individuals groups and organisations If you have any questions or need something specific please do contact me directly to discuss The tools and artifacts are individually crafted from natural materials so please note that the pictures are examples and actual items may vary in colour and size Demonstrations and workshops 3 Teaching resources 3 Jewellery 4 Points and arrows 10 Bows and quivers 1 Spears and spearheads 7 Axe adze heads 6 Hand axes 3 Sickles knives and daggers 9 Utility tools 7 Bone and antler replications 9 Special assemblages 2 Latest Popular Mostly armless 2014 10 23 Basic but beautiful 2014 02 04 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material 2013 07 26 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material 2013 07 26 Stone Age Cyber Tourist British Museum 16 03 13 2013 03 28 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Sleepover at British Museum 2013 02 16 Subscribe to our Newsletter Email 2013 Primitive Technology UK All Rights Reserved Terms of use Privacy
    http://www.primitive-technology.co.uk/shop/ (2016-04-29)

  • Flintknapping news - Primitive Technology UK
    So in this first post a quick introduction My name is Heather Armstead and I am an archaeology student in my second year at the Institute of Archaeology UCL I met Karl in the first week of my degree when he came to demonstrate flintknapping for us in a soggy field in West Sussex The Share this Facebook Twitter Google Email Continue Reading Comments 5 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material By Karl Lee on 2013 07 26 in Articles Discoveries are frequently the result of accident or are coincidental to another area of research The topic of this study was just such a coincidence while examining the efficiency of Palaeolithic bifaces as butchery tools The initial area of study was to test certain aspects of the bifacial ovate handaxe to discern its efficiency in Share this Facebook Twitter Google Email Continue Reading Comments 3 Introducing the Primtechmobile By Karl Lee on 2013 06 30 in Articles Sadly it was recently time to retire Arthur my trusty green Landrover Discovery so I d like to introduce the new Primtechmobile Freddie the L200 Browning SE The Browning is a collaboration between the Firs Garage in Oxfordshire and Browning and is perfect for hauling all my flint and tools around muddy fields without getting Share this Facebook Twitter Google Email Continue Reading Comments 0 That Was The Week That Was By Karl Lee on 2013 06 07 in Event Reports What a week One of the best things about this line of work is getting to travel all over the country meeting people from field leading academic researchers at prestigious universities to front line heritage staff passionate about their site I m certainly clocking up the miles Bristol on the 24th May Derbyshire over the Bank Holiday Share this Facebook Twitter Google Email Continue Reading Comments 0 Spotlight Eolith Designs By Karl Lee on 2013 05 19 in Spotlight I do a lot of work for the British Museum and while I was there demonstrating for the Ice Age Sleepover I was lucky enough to be given a VIP tour of the Ice Age Art Arrival of the Modern Mind exhibition The sculptures on display are simply breathtaking and I would urge you to Share this Facebook Twitter Google Email Continue Reading Comments 0 The British Museum Palaeolithic Summer School 2013 By Karl Lee on 2013 05 09 in Event Reports I m thrilled to announce that I ll be knapping at this year s Palaeolithic Summer School organised and run by the British Museum This year it runs from the 5th 9th August and has an impressive lineup of tutors and guest speakers see the BM poster on the left for more information Places are very Share this Facebook Twitter Google Email Continue Reading Comments 0 A happy handaxe owner By Karl Lee on 2013 04 21 in Followers As you may have read here one of my workshop participants at the British Museum had a great time and fell in
    http://www.primitive-technology.co.uk/news/ (2016-04-29)

  • Flintknapping - Primitive Technology UK
    one of the numerous demonstrations I hold around the country each year Or for a hands on experience where you can learn how to shape flint yourself why not attend one of my workshops for personal tuition Demonstrations for groups of all sizes Workshops for individuals small and larger groups learn how to flintknap Share this Facebook Twitter Google Email Latest Popular Mostly armless 2014 10 23 Basic but beautiful 2014 02 04 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material 2013 07 26 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material 2013 07 26 Stone Age Cyber Tourist British Museum 16 03 13 2013 03 28 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Sleepover at British Museum 2013 02 16 Subscribe to our Newsletter Email 2013 Primitive Technology UK All Rights Reserved Terms of use Privacy policy Cookies Terms of sale Contact PrimitiveTechUK RT Jamie Woodward Bite marks on Pleistocene femur indicate human hunting or scavenging by large carnivores https t co 4PdWJipXEh https t co HmOXv7kXmK 19 hours ago RT Qafzeh Homo erectus and the Limits of a Paleontological Species Jean
    http://www.primitive-technology.co.uk/flintknapping/ (2016-04-29)

  • Flintknapping demonstrations - Primitive Technology UK
    a clearer and more interesting demonstration which tends to retain the attention spans of younger viewers I am always happy to produce requested flint replicas during demonstrations to provide specific items for museum displays or just so viewers students can see how the tools they are particularly interested in were made I have also taken great care over years to gain experience in delivering flintknapping demonstrations in a manner that appeals to the understanding and vocabulary of younger children this is usually a blend of simplified terminology humour and the descriptive creation of primitive people the world they lived in and the animals they hunted I am happy demonstrating outdoors obviously dependant on weather or indoors but have also been lucky enough to demonstrate in some very interesting places such as the entrance cave of Kents Cavern Torquay Creswell Craggs a stage in Upton on Severn that was a weird one and outside a replica of a prehistoric house at Archaeolink in Aberdeenshire Prices for flintknapping demonstrations are dependent on the number of bookings requirements and also expenses involved in travelling to and from a venue Should a number of adjoining bookings be arranged discounted prices will be happily given Please see below for some of the many photographs taken during demonstrations throughout the past few years Also the references page for some kind words that have been received from some of these venues For demonstration bookings it is best to contact me directly either through this website or via my e mail karl primitive technology co uk to arrange and confirm dates Share this Facebook Twitter Google Email Latest Popular Mostly armless 2014 10 23 Basic but beautiful 2014 02 04 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of
    http://www.primitive-technology.co.uk/demonstrations/ (2016-04-29)

  • Flintknapping workshops and courses - Primitive Technology UK
    myself learning how our ancestors created and used their tools to survive This serious experimental education in the world of lithics is as often as modern humanly possible carried out while having something of a giggle along the way Workshops are available in groups of up to 15 students or smaller one on one courses for up to 3 people and can be arranged to cater for children as young as 8 years old through to all ages of adults and they include production of prehistoric tools with expert tuition from Karl Students are welcome to keep all of the tools that they make during workshops which depending on level of experience will include arrowheads spearheads hand axes scrapers I have never had a student leave empty handed or disappointed with their progress All will take at least one replication of a prehistoric tool home that they have made guaranteed Workshops and courses run from 10am to 4pm on Weekdays or weekends and can be arranged around your commitments Your photograph will be taken and with permission added to those posted on this website This really is a once in a lifetime experience as there are very few professional flintknappers in Britain providing personal tuition in this unique art Share this Facebook Twitter Google Email Latest Popular Mostly armless 2014 10 23 Basic but beautiful 2014 02 04 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material 2013 07 26 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material 2013 07 26 Stone Age Cyber Tourist British Museum 16 03 13 2013 03 28 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Sleepover at British Museum 2013 02 16 Subscribe to our Newsletter Email 2013 Primitive
    http://www.primitive-technology.co.uk/workshops/ (2016-04-29)

  • Padawan's Corner - Primitive Technology UK
    and given the lack of professional knappers in the country especially female ones I hope that this series will inspire more people to have a go I m a huge proponent of getting women into areas that are traditionally thought of as being for men only and what could be more manly than hitting rocks with other rocks catlist name padawan date yes excerpt yes posts morelink Continue reading excerpt strip no excerpt tag div excerpt class lcp excerpt Share this Facebook Twitter Google Email Latest Popular Mostly armless 2014 10 23 Basic but beautiful 2014 02 04 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material 2013 07 26 Introducing the Padawan 2013 10 26 High Gloss Polishing of Lithic Material 2013 07 26 Stone Age Cyber Tourist British Museum 16 03 13 2013 03 28 If I had a hammer 2013 11 22 Sleepover at British Museum 2013 02 16 Subscribe to our Newsletter Email 2013 Primitive Technology UK All Rights Reserved Terms of use Privacy policy Cookies Terms of sale Contact PrimitiveTechUK RT Jamie Woodward Bite marks on Pleistocene femur indicate human hunting or scavenging by
    http://www.primitive-technology.co.uk/padawan-corner/ (2016-04-29)


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