Lithic technology : making and using stone tools / editor, Earl Swanson.

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences Chicago, Ill.)
Other Authors: Swanson, Earl Herbert, 1927-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: The Hague : Chicago : Mouton ; Distributed by Aldine, c1975.
Series:World anthropology
Subjects:
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction /
  • Earl H. Swanson
  • Part one : Lithic technology and taxonomy
  • Lithic reduction sequences : a glossary and discussion /
  • Bruce A. Bradley
  • Lithic technology as a means of processual inference /
  • Michael B. Collins
  • Idiosyncratic behavior in chipping style : some hypotheses and preliminary analysis /
  • Joel Gunn
  • Graph theoretic analysis of lithic tools from northern Chile /
  • L. Lewis Johnson
  • "Punch techinque" and upper Palaeothic blades /
  • M.H. Newcomer
  • Part two : Experimental analysis of toolmaking
  • Comments on lithic technology and experimental archaeology /
  • Don E. Crabtree
  • The experimental study of bipolar flakes /
  • Hiroaki Kobayashi
  • Remarks on fragments with larguette fractures /
  • M. Lenoir
  • Fractures for the archaeologist /
  • Barbara A. Purdy
  • Part three : Application of analysis to archaeology
  • The trimmed-core tradition on Asiatic-American contacts /
  • Don W. Dragoo
  • McKean and Little Lake technology : a problem in projectile point typology in the Great Basin of North America /
  • James P. Green
  • Toolmaking and tool use among the preceramic peoples of Panama /
  • Anthony J. Ranere
  • A study of cuts, grooves, and other marks on recent and fossil bone : II Weathering cracks, fractures, splinters, and other similar natural phenomena /
  • George J. Miller
  • Part four : discussion
  • Comments /
  • Joffre Coe and Jeremiah Epstein
  • Replies /
  • James P. Green, Joel Gunn, L. Lewis Johnson, Hiraoki Kobayashi, M.H. Newcomer, Barbara A. Purdy.