Clovis Technology (Archaeological Series) ePub download
by Michael B. Collins,Andrew Hemmings,Bruce A. Bradley
- ISBN: 187962141X
- ISBN13: 978-1879621411
- ePub: 1436 kb | FB2: 1315 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Americas
- Publisher: International Monographs in Prehistory (December 1, 2010)
- Pages: 220
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 808
- Format: lrf txt lit mobi
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Perhaps the best book ever published on Clovis lithics. Will change the way you look at every flake in the field. The authors' names appear to be listed alphabetically, but Michael Collins seems to have done most of the writing
Perhaps the best book ever published on Clovis lithics. Price is adverse, but if you can afford it you will have a hard time not referencing it often. The authors' names appear to be listed alphabetically, but Michael Collins seems to have done most of the writing. He has been the principal investigator at the Gault site and has more insight into the Clovis tool kit and related issues than most other workers in this field. This is an excellent summary of current knowledge of Clovis tools and their manufacturer.
The organic clovis: a single, continentwide cultural adaptation. Archaeological Series 11 (Ann Arbor, MI: International Monographs in Prehistory, 1996, ISBN 1 879621 258/24X, 382 p. 114 figures, 103 tables) - Volume 3 Issue 1 - John C. Chapman. PhD dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida. Ann Arbor (MI): University Microfilms International.
Williams, Thomas . Collins, Michael . Rodrigues, Kathleen; Rink, William Jack . Bradley (2008) "Evidence for Pre-Clovis Occupation at the Gault Site (41BL323), Central Texas". Rodrigues, Kathleen; Rink, William Jack; Velchoff, Nancy; Keen-Zebert, Amanda; Gilmer, Anastasia; Frederick, Charles . Ayala, Sergio . Prewitt, Elton R. (2018). Evidence of an early projectile point technology in North America at the Gault Site, Texas, USA". Collins, M. and C. A. Hemmings (2005) "Lesser-Known Clovis Diagnostic Artifacts I: The Bifaces". La Tierra 32(2): 9–20. and J. C. Lohse (2004) "The Nature of Clovis Blades and Blade Cores".
Publisher: International Monographs in Prehistory. Author: Bruce A Bradley & Michael B Collins & Andrew Hemmings. This volume presents a detailed description and analysis of the technology of tool production in the Clovis, Paleoindian period of North American prehistory. Street Date: December 1, 2010. Lithic technology is most exhaustively covered, but ivory, bone, antler, and tooth tool production is considered as well. In addition, microscopic analysis of a number of lithic tools provides indications of some of the uses to which these tools were put. If the item details above aren’t accurate or complete, we want to know about it. Report incorrect product info.
Cambridge Archaeological Journal. Volume 21, Issue 1. February 2011, pp. 145-147. Clovis Technology, by Bruce A. Collins & Andrew Hemmings, with contributions by Marilyn Shoberg & Jon C. Lohse, 2010. 40; xiii+220 p. 9 col. plates, 137 figs. Christopher Ellis (a1).
This volume presents a detailed description and analysis of the technology of tool production in the Clovis, Paleoindian period of North American prehistory.
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Bruce A. Collins, and Andrew Hemmings. The interview with Andrew Hemmings goes deep into the weeds of Clovis Technology and discusses new discoveries and information. International Monographs in Prehistory 2010. New Books in Anthropology New Books in Archaeology New Books in History New Books in Native American Studies New Books in Peoples & Places New Books in Politics & Society New Books Network September 12, 2015 Robert Broadway.
Dennis J. Stanford, Bruce A. Bradley, Michael Benjamin Collins . AbstractThe Solutrean hypothesis for the origin of the Clovis archaeological culture contends that people came from south-western Europe to North America during the Last Glacial Maximum.