Of course, there must be eoliths; the only question is whether we have yet unearthed any of them.
The critics of eoliths have brought forward some facts that at first sight would seem to be of a very damaging nature.
It is alleged that eoliths are almost always flints: and that they occur with and among other flints, and but rarely elsewhere.
But J. Deniker quotes evidence to show that eoliths and early paloliths have been found in America.
But there would be little use in discussing here the question of the "Eoliths," as these disputed implements are called.
Some objections to the recognition of the so-called ‘eoliths’ as artefacts may now be considered.
There are eoliths and eoliths, however; and some of M. Rutot's Belgian examples are now-a-days almost reckoned respectable.
They are no longer clumsy Eoliths; they are now shapely instruments made with considerable skill.