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  • Karl Lee, flintknapper and primitive technologist - Primitive Technology UK
    a research student working on an archaeological PhD also with the University of Wales Karl Lee Flintknapper I then became a full time primitive technologist a strange term and in many ways a contradiction as prehistoric skills are anything but primitive imagine perhaps a lifelong city worker was stranded in the middle of nowhere with only the clothes they stood up in they then had to muddle along to try to survive Assuming they had managed to figure out some basic food resources and make some form of shelter imagine then how primitive prehistoric skills would look to them after such an experience I have accumulated a great deal of experience lecturing on and demonstrating flintknapping and many other prehistoric technological skills to schools colleges museums and universities around Britain I have also provided extensive teaching collections for several British universities including Bristol Liverpool Durham and branches of the University of Wales and have carried out demonstrations and experimental research for the British Museum London It is my aim to continue my research into the production of prehistoric stone tools and primitive replications and to produce quality items for the education of future archaeologists at all levels and the general public of all ages I am passionate about what I do and also about passing this knowledge on a new generation I also think myself incredibly lucky to be able to pursue what began as a rather geeky hobby as an occupation something I hope that shines through in demonstrations and workshops 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
    http://www.primitive-technology.co.uk/karl-lee/ (2016-04-29)

  • References - Primitive Technology UK
    Karl was happy to tailor the course to my specific interests which allowed me to gain maximum benefit from each day Such was the quality of the instruction that I was able to return home and carry on knapping I will certainly be returning to Karl for more lessons later in the year Plus sides of Karl s knapping workshops a warm welcome a willingness to share his extensive knowledge and a ready supply of tea to ease knapping fatigue Rona Davis postgraduate researcher With an interest in archaeology and participation in several community digs I jumped at the chance to join my archaeologist friend when she suggested a two day course in flint knapping My knowledge of flint knapping and ancient stone tools was very limited giving Karl a complete blank canvas to work with and a willing student We started the course learning how to select the best piece of flint to work with using the hammerstone and listening for the steel like ring It was clear which pieces had flaws or cracks from the sound that they made Karl then demonstrated with jaw dropping speed and technique how to make a hand axe My excitement turned quickly into he wants me to do that Thankfully we started with a more basic technique and made scrapers of various sizes After crushing my flint edges several times I soon realised that Karl was right when he said it was all about preparation technique and angles I was surprised how quickly I went from sheer terror to I can do this with the expert guidance from Karl I even got to make my own hand axe which our ancestors would have been proud of and which they would have found extremely useful The knowledge and skills I have taken away from the two days have given me a thirst to learn and do more and keep the skill knapping going for generations to come Carla Jones Museums Many thanks to Karl for coming to demonstrate flint knapping at our Archaeology Family Day He was able to communicate well with both children and adults and they showed genuine interest and fascination with the work he did We had some excellent feedback and hope to have him back sometime in the future for a similar event Ali Siviter Wiltshire Heritage Museum I would like to thank Karl for his superb and interesting demonstrations they were definitely one of the highlights of Rustic Sunday Chris Shepherd Rural Life Centre Surrey Surrey Museums I really want to pass our thanks to Karl for an excellent day on 2 September My colleagues were very impressed by the level of information Karl gave and the interest shown Jane was delighted with the axes Karl made We hope in turn he had an enjoyable experience Liz Neathley North Somerset Museum We were at your flintknapping demonstration at Tollesbury today and wanted to say again how much we enjoyed it I have been fascinated by the skill for
    http://www.primitive-technology.co.uk/references/ (2016-04-29)

  • Galleries - Primitive Technology UK
    Nell Bank 5 Photos Workshops Flint artifacts 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
    http://www.primitive-technology.co.uk/galleries/ (2016-04-29)

  • Links - Primitive Technology UK
    Crags Kents Cavern Eolith Designs 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
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  • Contact - Primitive Technology UK
    copy of this email to yourself If you want to submit this form do not enter anything in this field 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
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    not share your details with anyone else Email You can also Contact Us about your subscription 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 18 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
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    Register Email address Password Anti spam 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
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    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
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