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Title Lithic debitage : context, form, meaning / edited by William Andrefsky, Jr.
Published Salt Lake City : University of Utah Press, c2001
Detail xi, 266 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
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Added Author Andrefsky, William, 1955-
  Andrefsky, William. Emerging Directions in Debitage Analysis
  Johnson, Jay K. Some Reflections on Debitage Analysis
  Magne, Martin P.R. Debitage Analysis as a Scientific Tool for Archaeological Knowledge
  Whittaker, John C. Where the Waste Went :A Knappers' Dump at Grasshopper Pueblo
  Kaldahl, Eric J. Where the Waste Went :A Knappers' Dump at Grasshopper Pueblo
  Rasic, Jeffrey. Alaskan Blade Cores as Specialized Components of Mobile Toolkits -- Assessing Design Parameters and Toolkit Organization through Debitage Analysis
  Andrefsky, William. Alaskan Blade Cores as Specialized Components of Mobile Toolkits -- Assessing Design Parameters and Toolkit Organization through Debitage Analysis
  Sievert, April K. Generalized Technology for a Specialized Economy :Archaic Period Chipped Stone at Kilometer 4, Peru
  Wise, Karen. Generalized Technology for a Specialized Economy :Archaic Period Chipped Stone at Kilometer 4, Peru
  Wenzel, Kristen E. What Put the Small in the Arctic Small Tool Tradition :Raw Material Constraints on Lithic Technology at the Mosquito Lake Site, Alaska
  Shelley, Phillip H. What Put the Small in the Arctic Small Tool Tradition :Raw Material Constraints on Lithic Technology at the Mosquito Lake Site, Alaska
  Carr, Philip J. Flake Debris Analysis, Levels of Production, and the Organization of Technology
  Bradbury, Andrew P. Flake Debris Analysis, Levels of Production, and the Organization of Technology
  Prentiss, William. Reliability and Validity of a "Distinctive Assemblage" Typology :Integrating Flake Size and Completeness
  Pecora, Albert M. Chipped Stone Tool Production Strategies and Lithic Debris Patterns
  Sullivan, Alan P. Holmes's Principle and Beyond :The Case for Renewing Americanist Debitage Analysis
  Tomka, Steve A. Effect fo Processing Requirements on Reduction Strategies and Tool Form :A New Perspective
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