Bifacial meaning

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Having two opposing surfaces that are alike.
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(archaeology) Flaked in such a way as to produce a cutting edge that is sharp on both sides. Used of a stone tool.
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Having two faces, fronts, or façades.
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Having two faces or main surfaces.
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(bot.) Having two unlike opposite surfaces.
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Having two faces, fronts, or façades.
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Having two opposing surfaces that are alike.
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Flaked in such a way as to produce a cutting edge that is sharp on both sides. Used of a stone tool. &diamf3; Bifacial tools are known as a bifaces and include such early core tools as hand axes and cleavers as well as later flake tools such as blades and spear or arrow points.
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Having two faces or opposing surfaces.
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(archaeology, of a flint tool) Having two sharp cutting edges.
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