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Use-wear analysis of flaked stone tools

by Patrick C. Vaughan

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Published by University of Arizona Press in Tucson, Ariz .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cassegros Site (France),
  • France,
  • France.
    • Subjects:
    • Stone implements -- Analysis,
    • Stone implements -- France -- Analysis,
    • Mechanical wear,
    • Magdalenian culture -- France,
    • Cassegros Site (France),
    • France -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 189-201.

      StatementPatrick C. Vaughan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN799.T6 V38 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 204 p. :
      Number of Pages204
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3020832M
      ISBN 100816508615
      LC Control Number85000989

      Time, Energy and Stone Tools. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. Turner, Ellen Sue, and Thomas R. Hester A Field Guide to Stone Artifacts of Texas Indians. Gulf Publishing, Lanham, MD. Vaughan, Patrick Use-Wear Analysis of Flaked Stone Tools. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ. [thorough treatment based on Southwest data]. This chapter serves as a discussion of the framework currently used in use-wear studies of ground stone tools. What we present here is an update of .

        The use-wear analysis of the polished and bevelled metamorphic artefacts from “Bòbila Madurell-Can Gambús” has enabled an empirical-based hypothesis to be proposed for the economic significance of these tools in the northeastern Iberian Peninsula in the Neolithic, which was impossible until now given the complete absence of this kind. In Stone Tools in Human Evolution, John J. Shea argues that over the last three million years hominins' technological strategies shifted from occasional tool use, much like that seen among living non-human primates, to a uniquely human pattern of obligatory tool use.

      The literature on use-wear analysis and tool use among modern-day hunter-gatherer groups provides good observations on damage to stone tool edges produced by various tasks. Studies by Gould (), Gould et al. (), Hayden (, ), and Siegel () have described in detail use-wear of scrapers.   Use-wear study shows that a minority of stone tools have edge-wear from woodworking. Our study suggests that salting fish was a significant activity at the salt works, which corresponds to Roman, Chinese, and other East Asian civilizations, where salt and salted fish were critical components of food storage, trade, and state finance.


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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Price: $ This major contribution to archaeological method details the use-wear analysis of a set of stone tools recovered during the excavation of Cassegros Cave, in southwestern France.

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Use-wear Analysis on Quartzite Flaked Tools; Book Description. Quartzite is a particularly frequently used lithology for knapping stone tools throughout all stages of human evolution.

Despite this, however, there is a surprising lack of detailed methodological research on the formation and appearance of use-wear on this type of rock.

Author: Steven A. Rosen Publisher: Rowman Altamira ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: Get Books. Lithics After The Stone Age Stone Tools by Steven A. Rosen, Lithics After The Stone Age Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Lithics After The Stone Age books, Not everyone bought into the Bronze Age right away, and.

Use-Wear Analysis. A sample of chipped-stone tools from the four identified time periods was submitted for microscopic analysis of tool edges and probable use zones. Use-wear analysis takes into account the fact that repeated actions performed with a stone tool leave microscopic and sometimes macroscopic evidence of friction.

Download Use-wear Analysis Of Flaked Stone Tools pdf book analysis of stone tools. We will do Several areas will command our attention: using stone tools to solve Use-Wear Analysis of Flaked Stone Tools.

Use-wear Analysis of Flaked Stone Tools Reviews & Ratings 7 Mar ground stone tools have broadened the. DOI: / Corpus ID: Use-Wear Analysis of Flaked Stone Tools @inproceedings{VaughanUseWearAO, title={Use-Wear Analysis of Flaked Stone Tools}, author={Patrick C.

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Use-wear Analysis on Quartzite Flaked Tools: The Experimental Development of a Method By Antonella Pedergnana This book first published Cambridge Scholars Publishing Lady Stephenson Library, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2PA, UK British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.

Get this from a library. Use-Wear Analysis on Quartzite Flaked Tools: the Experimental Development of a Method. [Antonella Pedergnana] -- Quartzite is a particularly frequently used lithology for knapping stone tools throughout all stages of human evolution.

Despite this, however, there is a surprising lack of detailed methodological. Use-wear studies on ground stone tools are much newer to archaeologists than use-wear studies on flaked stone tools. Here are a few references to check out for more examples of how use-wear analysis is being incorporated into ground stone studies.

Adams, Jenny L. Use-Wear Analyses on Manos and Hide Processing Stones. Use-wear analysis is a method in archaeology to identify the functions of artifact tools by closely examining their working surfaces and edges.

It is mainly used on stone tools, and is sometimes referred to as "traceological analysis" (from the neologism traceology). In studying the wear on a lithics, different techniques are often used.A distinction is often made between use-wear and. Residue analysis. Stone tool residue analysis has its origins in North America (e.g., [1,2,33–35]) but developed a strong research tradition in Australia, following thesis research in the early s by Fullagar [], and after Tom Loy moved to Australia in [].Much of the earlier research focussed on microscopically distinct structures such as starch grains, phytoliths and blood.

The flake axe is one of the most debated stone tools of the Scandinavian Mesolithic. Few analysis have however been carried out in order to investigate the actual function and use of the tool.

View Academics in Vaughan, P. Use-Wear Analysis of Flaked Stone Tools. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press. on. This major contribution to archaeological method details the use-wear analysis of a set of stone tools recovered during the excavation of Cassegros Cave, in southwestern France.

The study combines low-power and high-power microwear approaches and develops their potential for use on a wider range of lithic and contact materials than have been reported previously.

The flake axe is one of the most debated stone tools of the Scandinavian Mesolithic. During the last years, the function of the tool has been widely discussed and numerous suggestions to its use and function have been made ().Today, the most agreed-upon hypothesis is that the flake axe primarily was used for butchering and scraping the skin and .Cite this Record.

Use-Wear Analysis of Flaked Stone Tools. Patrick C. Vaughan. Tucson, Az: The University of Arizona Press. (tDAR id: ).