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2012 | 16 | 75-84
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Tabular scrapers from the Eastern Kom at Tell el-Farkha

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A tabular scraper is a type of tool, frequently found in the Southern Levant, which was made from the Chalcolithic to the Early Bronze III period, but in Egypt they are quite rare. In Tell el-Farkha (in the Eastern Nile Delta), three specimens of this type of tool have been discovered which have supplemented the archaeological site map of new places with flints imported from the Levant. They will be presented in this article.
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16
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75-84
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