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  • Author: Chen Shen
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  • Publisher: British Archaeological Reports (December 31, 2001)
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Many of the chipped-stone bifaces so common in the archaeological record functioned as the hafted points of darts or arrows.

During 2007–2008 excavations at the Lingjing site near Xuchang, Henan Province, dated back to around 100–80 ka ago, a large quantity of mammalian fossil remains were recovered along with a remarkable cluster of Early Modern Human (EMH) skull fragments in situ. Observably some of those animal bones were probably modified into tools. Many of the chipped-stone bifaces so common in the archaeological record functioned as the hafted points of darts or arrows. For archaeologists, these artifacts possess two salient properties: (1) they formed only part of a larger apparatus; but, (2) because perishables decompose, they ordinarily are the only part preserved.

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More complex functions and tasks than we have distribution appear on the convex edge (pc8-1), re.The Lithic Production System of the Prin-cess Point Complex during the Transition to Agriculture in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. British Archaeological Reports IS 991.

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Southwestern archaeology is a branch of archaeology concerned with the Southwestern United States and Northwestern Mexico. This region has long been occupied by hunter-gatherers and agricultural peoples. This area, identified with the current states of Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Nevada in the western United States, and the states of Sonora and Chihuahua in northern Mexico, has seen successive prehistoric cultural traditions for a minimum of 12,000 years.

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The lithic industry of the earliest Bandkeramik site at Friedberg-Bruchenbrücken (west Germany), in Vermeersch, . and van Peer, P. (eds), Contributions to the Mesolithic in Europe, Leuven, 173–182. Gronenborn, . 1999: A variation on a basic theme: the transition to farming in southern central Europe, Journal of world prehistory 13, 123–210. Grotius, . 1949 (1625): The law of war and peace, New York (Loomis, . Gudeman, . 1986: Economics as culture, London. Exploring images of the human being in the transition to agriculture, Stockholm (Acta archaeologica Lundensia 32, series 8). Russell, . 1947: History of western philosophy, London.

A detailed analysis of lithic assemblages from the sites of the Grand Banks, Lone Pine and Young 1 sites in northeastern North America. Dating to c.AD 500-1000, Shen uses the evidence to assess lithic production strategies and its relationship to food production.

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