[ kam-peen-yuhn ]
/ kæmˈpin yən /
of or relating to a Mesolithic and Neolithic technological facies characterized by picks and tranchets.
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Origin of Campignian
1920–25; <French campignien, after Le Campigny, the type site (Seine-Maritime, France); see -an
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Example sentences from the Web for Campignian
These Campignian remains are hardly widely enough diffused or sufficiently definite to give name to a distinct epoch.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe|John M. Tyler