Lussa Bay, Isle of Jura, Argyll: a note on additional tools
Blades Flakes Cores
More than 2,000 additional tools have been recovered from the shore of Lussa Bay since 1969. Blades, flakes, cores and scrapers are the most common forms. The assemblage is compared to the previous finds from the immediate area; of particular interest are the relatively large, broad trapeze--triangle microliths, noted elsewhere on Jura and thought to belong to a comparatively early phase within the Mesolithic sequence on the island.