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Le Grand-Pressigny is a commune in the Indre-et-Loire department in central France. Grand Pressigny is the name of a Chalcolithic flint mine located in the commune. It produced an unusual caramel-coloured stone which appears to have been highly-prized across Europe with examples found in the Pyrenees, the Netherlands and Switzerland. Blocks of flint and unfinished blanks were traded as well as finished tools.
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