Stone Tools Fossil Bones

Stone Tools and Fossil Bones: Debates in the Archaeology of Human Origins

Dr Manuel Domínguez-Rodrigo, "Stone Tools and Fossil Bones: Debates in the Archaeology of Human Origins"
Publisher: C.U. Press | ISBN: 1107022924 | 2012 | PDF | 376 pages | 5.5 MB

Pushing the Envelope: Experimental Directions in the Archaeology of Stone Tools  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by nebulae at Nov. 26, 2016
Pushing the Envelope: Experimental Directions in the Archaeology of Stone Tools

Grant S. McCall, "Pushing the Envelope: Experimental Directions in the Archaeology of Stone Tools"
English | ISBN: 1617610070 | 2011 | 179 pages | PDF | 10 MB
Stone Tools in the Paleolithic and Neolithic Near East: A Guide by John J. Shea [Repost]

Stone Tools in the Paleolithic and Neolithic Near East: A Guide by John J. Shea
English | 28 Feb. 2013 | ISBN: 1107006988 | 427 Pages | PDF | 7 MB

Stone Tools in the Paleolithic and Neolithic Near East: A Guide surveys the lithic record for the East Mediterranean Levant from the earliest times to 6,500 years ago. It is intended both as an introduction to this lithic evidence for students and as a resource for researchers working with Paleolithic and Neolithic stone tool evidence.
Stone Tools and Society: Working Stone in Neolithic and Bronze Age Britain

Mark R. Edmonds - Stone Tools and Society: Working Stone in Neolithic and Bronze Age Britain
Published: 1997-06-02 | ISBN: 0713471417, 0415214491 | PDF | 208 pages | 10 MB
Understanding Stone Tools and Archaeological Sites (Repost)

Brian P. Kooyman, "Understanding Stone Tools and Archaeological Sites"
English | 2000 | ISBN: 1552380211 | CHM | pages: 214 | 10,5 mb

Stone Tools and the Evolution of Human Cognition (Repost)  

Posted by Veslefrikk at March 14, 2014
Stone Tools and the Evolution of Human Cognition (Repost)

April Nowell, Iain Davidson, "Stone Tools and the Evolution of Human Cognition"
Publisher: University Press of Colorado | 2010 | ISBN 1607320304 | PDF | 234 pages | 2 MB
Stone Tools in the Paleolithic and Neolithic Near East: A Guide

John J. Shea, "Stone Tools in the Paleolithic and Neolithic Near East: A Guide"
Publisher: Ca….ge Univ….ity Press | ISBN: 1107006988 | 2013 | PDF | 350 pages | 7.9 MB

Understanding Stone Tools and Archaeological Sites  

Posted by step778 at June 25, 2010
Understanding Stone Tools and Archaeological Sites

Understanding Stone Tools and Archaeological Sites
Publisher: University of Calgary Press | pages: 206 | 2000 | ISBN: 1552380211 | PDF | 10,5 mb

This generously illustrated instructional guide explains the examination and analysis of stone tools and stone-tool sites anywhere in the world. Lithics expert Brian P. Kooyman explores the production, function, and context of stone tools to understand how human cultures used lithic tools at particular sites and to give readers the practical skills for lithic and site analysis. The guide covers manufacturing techniques, lithic types and materials, reduction strategies and techniques, world-wide lithic technology, production variables, meaning of form, and usewear and residue analysis. The author draws on extensive field work in North America, particularly at Head-Smashed-In in Alberta, Canada. However, the theory, methodology, and analysis applies to the investigation of stone tools and lithic sites worldwide.
Tracing Traces from Present to Past : A Functional Analysis of Pre-Columbian Shell and Stone Artefacts... (repost)

Tracing Traces from Present to Past : A Functional Analysis of Pre-Columbian Shell and Stone Artefacts from Anse à la Gourde and Morel, Guadeloupe, FWI by Yvonne Lammers-Keijsers
English | ISBN: 9087280289 | 2009-06-15 | PDF | 182 pages | 5,8 Mb

This comprehensive volume analyzes shell implements, as well as flint and stone tools, from the pre-Columbian sites of Anse à la Gourde and Morel, Guadeloupe, drawing on archaeological, ethnographical, ethnohistorical and experimental data.
American Flintknappers: Stone Age Art in the Age of Computers (repost)

American Flintknappers: Stone Age Art in the Age of Computers By John C. Whittaker
English | 2004 | 375 Pages | ISBN: 0292702663 , 0292701632 | PDF | 15 MB

Making arrowheads, blades, and other stone tools was once a survival skill and is still a craft practiced by thousands of flintknappers around the world. In the United States, knappers gather at regional "knap-ins" to socialize, exchange ideas and material, buy and sell both equipment and knapped art, and make stone tools in the company of others. In between these gatherings, the knapping community stays connected through newsletters and the Internet. In this book, avid knapper and professional anthropologist John Whittaker offers an insider's view of the knapping community.