4. E.g. the wooden comb from the Neolithic lake settlement of Auvernier-‘Brise-Lames’: Schifferdecker 1977, 17, fig. 16. Such combs are to be distinguished from the so-called ‘long handled combs’ which predominantly date from the Iron Age and were used in manufacturing textiles. Cf. Tuohy 1999, spec. 97 ff.