Interpreting Secondary Context'Sites': a Role for Experimental Archaeology

Hosfield, R T, Chambers, J C, Macklin, Mark , Brewer, P and Sear, D (2016) Interpreting Secondary Context'Sites': a Role for Experimental Archaeology. Lithics - The journl of the lithic studies society, 21 . ISSN 0262-7817

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" At sites where dense concentrations of palaeoliths are found within river gravels, such as many of the sites in the Solent area... it can be assumed that they have not travelled far from their place of discard."(Wessex Archaeology 1992: 12)
" Despite the recognition and importance of abrasion very little work has been presented to establish both how it occurs and the rate of its occurrence. Similarly, the dispersal of artefactual material and its behaviour within a river has received little attention."(Rarding et al. 1987: 115)

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Keywords:Archaeology, palaeolithic
Subjects:F Physical Sciences > F810 Environmental Geography
F Physical Sciences > F841 Maritime Geography
F Physical Sciences > F840 Physical Geography
Divisions:College of Science > School of Geography
ID Code:33656
Deposited On:17 Oct 2018 09:48

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