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The Resource From these bare bones : raw materials and the study of worked osseous objects : proceedings of the raw materials session at the 11th ICAZ Conference, Paris, 2010, edited by Alice Choyke and Sonia O'Connor

From these bare bones : raw materials and the study of worked osseous objects : proceedings of the raw materials session at the 11th ICAZ Conference, Paris, 2010, edited by Alice Choyke and Sonia O'Connor

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From these bare bones : raw materials and the study of worked osseous objects : proceedings of the raw materials session at the 11th ICAZ Conference, Paris, 2010
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From these bare bones
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raw materials and the study of worked osseous objects : proceedings of the raw materials session at the 11th ICAZ Conference, Paris, 2010
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edited by Alice Choyke and Sonia O'Connor
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eng
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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2010 :
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International Council for Archaeozoology
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  • Choyke, Alice Mathea
  • O'Connor, Sonia A.
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  • Bone implements, Prehistoric
  • Bone carving, Prehistoric
  • Tools, Prehistoric
  • Art, Prehistoric
  • Excavations (Archaeology)
  • HISTORY
  • Art, Prehistoric
  • Bone carving, Prehistoric
  • Bone implements, Prehistoric
  • Excavations (Archaeology)
  • Tools, Prehistoric
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE / Archaeology
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From these bare bones : raw materials and the study of worked osseous objects : proceedings of the raw materials session at the 11th ICAZ Conference, Paris, 2010, edited by Alice Choyke and Sonia O'Connor
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Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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multicolored
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Hidden agendas: ancient raw material choice for worked osseous objects in central Europe and beyond / Alice Choyke -- Osseous retouchers from the final Mousterian and Uluzzian levels at the Fumane Cave (Verona, Italy): preliminary results / Camille Jéquier, Matteo Romandini and Marco Peresani -- Raw material used in the manufacture of osseous artefacts during the Upper Palaeolithic in Portugal / Marina Almeida Évora -- The identification of perishable technologies through usewear on osseous tools: wear patterns on historic and contemporary tools as a standard for identifying raw materials worked in the Late Upper Palaeolithic / Elisabeth A. Stone -- Bone material and design choices in Southern Patagonia / Vivian Scheinsohn -- Changed into tools: camelid bones from the Southern Calchaquíes Valleys (Formative Period, Northwestern Argentina) / Andrés D. Izeta, Roxana Cattáneo, M. Cristina Scattolin and Leticia I. Cortés -- Osseous raw materials in Vinca culture / Selena Vitezovic -- Seals, seal hunting and worked seal bones in Estonian coastal region in the Neolithic and Bronze Age / Heidi Luik -- Specialization or re-utilization? Study of the selection documented in a bone-working refuse assemblage from Roman Baetulo (Badalona, Spain) / Lídia Colominas -- The materiality of production: exploring variability and choice in the production of palaeolithic portable art made in antler and bone / Rebecca Farbstein -- Evidence of bone technology on the Santa Fés Pampa lagoons: the Laguna el Doce Site (Santa Fe Province, Argentina) / Jimena Cornaglia Fernández and Natacha Buc -- Beyond stones: bone as raw material for tools in the central plateau of Santa Cruz, Argentinean Patagonia / Laura Miotti and Laura Marchionni -- The meaning of "smoothing" implements from the Levantine PPNB seen from the Basta perspective / Cornelia Becker -- Tubular bone artefacts in burial context at Ajvide, Gotland c. 2500 CAL BC.: are they musical instruments? / Kristiina Manermaa and Riitta Rainio -- Strict rules, loose rules: raw material preferences at the Late Neolithic site of Aszód, Central Hungary / Zsuzsanna Tóth -- More than fun and games: an experimental study of worked bone astragali from two Middle Bronze Age Hungarian sites / Jacqueline Meier -- Economic and social context of bone tool use, formative Bolivia / Katherine Moore -- Exotic materials used in the construction of Iron Age sword handles from South Cave, UK / Sonia O'Connor -- An introduction to zooms (zooarchaeology by mass spectromtry) for taxonomic identification of worked and raw materials / Oliver W. Hounslow, Joanna P. Simpson, Lauren Whalley Matthew J. Collins -- Some comments on the identification of cervid species in worked antler / Steven Ashby
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ocn880878443
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1 online resource (xvi, 222 pages)
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online
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9781782972129
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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(OCoLC)880878443
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From these bare bones : raw materials and the study of worked osseous objects : proceedings of the raw materials session at the 11th ICAZ Conference, Paris, 2010, edited by Alice Choyke and Sonia O'Connor
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Hidden agendas: ancient raw material choice for worked osseous objects in central Europe and beyond / Alice Choyke -- Osseous retouchers from the final Mousterian and Uluzzian levels at the Fumane Cave (Verona, Italy): preliminary results / Camille Jéquier, Matteo Romandini and Marco Peresani -- Raw material used in the manufacture of osseous artefacts during the Upper Palaeolithic in Portugal / Marina Almeida Évora -- The identification of perishable technologies through usewear on osseous tools: wear patterns on historic and contemporary tools as a standard for identifying raw materials worked in the Late Upper Palaeolithic / Elisabeth A. Stone -- Bone material and design choices in Southern Patagonia / Vivian Scheinsohn -- Changed into tools: camelid bones from the Southern Calchaquíes Valleys (Formative Period, Northwestern Argentina) / Andrés D. Izeta, Roxana Cattáneo, M. Cristina Scattolin and Leticia I. Cortés -- Osseous raw materials in Vinca culture / Selena Vitezovic -- Seals, seal hunting and worked seal bones in Estonian coastal region in the Neolithic and Bronze Age / Heidi Luik -- Specialization or re-utilization? Study of the selection documented in a bone-working refuse assemblage from Roman Baetulo (Badalona, Spain) / Lídia Colominas -- The materiality of production: exploring variability and choice in the production of palaeolithic portable art made in antler and bone / Rebecca Farbstein -- Evidence of bone technology on the Santa Fés Pampa lagoons: the Laguna el Doce Site (Santa Fe Province, Argentina) / Jimena Cornaglia Fernández and Natacha Buc -- Beyond stones: bone as raw material for tools in the central plateau of Santa Cruz, Argentinean Patagonia / Laura Miotti and Laura Marchionni -- The meaning of "smoothing" implements from the Levantine PPNB seen from the Basta perspective / Cornelia Becker -- Tubular bone artefacts in burial context at Ajvide, Gotland c. 2500 CAL BC.: are they musical instruments? / Kristiina Manermaa and Riitta Rainio -- Strict rules, loose rules: raw material preferences at the Late Neolithic site of Aszód, Central Hungary / Zsuzsanna Tóth -- More than fun and games: an experimental study of worked bone astragali from two Middle Bronze Age Hungarian sites / Jacqueline Meier -- Economic and social context of bone tool use, formative Bolivia / Katherine Moore -- Exotic materials used in the construction of Iron Age sword handles from South Cave, UK / Sonia O'Connor -- An introduction to zooms (zooarchaeology by mass spectromtry) for taxonomic identification of worked and raw materials / Oliver W. Hounslow, Joanna P. Simpson, Lauren Whalley Matthew J. Collins -- Some comments on the identification of cervid species in worked antler / Steven Ashby
Control code
ocn880878443
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 222 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781782972129
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctvgzcqz5
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)880878443

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