Bladspitsen en andere middenpaleolithische vondsten rond het glaciale bekken van Steenwijk (Dr. en Ov.)
Leaf points and other Middle Palaeolithic finds from around the glacial basin of Steenwijk (provinces of Drenthe and Overijssel). A number of Middle Palaeolithic finds have become known from the ice-pushed hills around the glacial basin of Steenwijk. The most interesting find is a leaf point of the Mauern type, found on the Eeserveld. One of the other finds (from Woldberg) is interpreted as a failed preform of a leaf point, and a fragment from Onna also shows bifacial working. Furthermore, there are two regular blades from a field near Basse, an isolated Levallois flake from the Eeserveld, and a point or convergent double scraper, from the Havelterberg. It is concluded that glacial basins, which contained lakes during several phases of the Eemian and the Weichselian, offered attractive settlement locations and hunting grounds for late Neanderthals.