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In archaeology, a bout-coupé is a type of handaxe that constituted part of the Mousterian industry of the Middle Palaeolithic. The handaxes are bifacially-worked and in the shape of a rounded triangle.
- Pettitt, Paul; White, Mark (2012). The British Palaeolithic: Human Societies at the Edge of the Pleistocene World. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. p. 349. ISBN 978-0-415-67455-3.
- White, Mark J; Jacobi, Roger M (May 2002). "Two Sides to Every Story: Bout Coupé Handaxes Revisited". Oxford Journal of Archaeology (Wiley Online Library) 21 (2): 109–133. doi:10.1111/1468-0092.00152.
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