A total of fourteen stone tools were recovered from the Lekani mountain range area, close to Kavala in 1982. They include two choppers, six scrapers, three points, two blades and a workable flake. Both cores and flakes of the tools are made of limestone, quarz and jasper. These tools, dating from the Lower, Middle and Upper Palaeolithic along with other finds of Post-Palaeolithic art and artefacts, open up a new chapter in the history of Kavala.