• Geology
  • Published 1986

A Figurine from the Acheulian Site of Berekhat Ram

@inproceedings{Ram1986AFF,
  title={A Figurine from the Acheulian Site of Berekhat Ram},
  author={B. Mothi Ram and Naama Goren-Inbar},
  year={1986}
}
The archaeological horizon is bedded in between two basalt flows — the Lower and Upper Kramim basalt (Goren-Inbar, 1986; Goren-Inbar et al., 1986). It is located in a pedo-sedimentary unit (layers 2-3s) (Fig. lb). The archaeological horizon (Layer 3a), about 25 cm thick, is composed of pebbles and gravels, of basalt, scoria, limestone, flint and sandstone. The most dominant raw material is basalt. The flint artefacts are bedded under, among and on top of basalt and scoria gravels and pebbles… CONTINUE READING