Lithic Analysis
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Lithic Analysis

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Stone tools constitute our earliest record of human material culture. As such, they have held a fascination since the earliest days of archaeological research. Procedures by which archaeological stone tools have been analyzed have traditionally operated on an apprenticeship model, whereby a novice acquires competency from an expert in the field. While this pedagogical mode...more
Paperback, 262 pages
Published March 28th 2006 by Springer (first published December 31st 2003)
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