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Current Issue: Volume 36, Issue 1 (Spring 2011)
Possible functions of grooved ground stones from Baking Pot, Belize
James J. Aimers, W. James Stemp, and Jaime J. Awe
A technological evaluation of the flint blade-core reduction sequence at Wadi
El-Sheikh, Middle Egypt
Theresa M. Barket and Robert M. Yohe II
On cache recognition: An example from the area of the Chico River ( Patagonia
, Argentina )
Nora Viviana Franco, Alicia Castro, Natalia Cirigliano, Marilana Martucci, and
“I’ll have a flake to go, please”: Expedient core technology in the Late Bronze
(c. 1100–800 cal BC) and Earliest Iron (c. 800–600 cal BC) ages of eastern
Andrew P. McLaren
Tools and Economy of the Eneolithic Farmers of Southeastern Europe [in Russian]
by N. N. Skakun, Sankt-Petersburg
Reviewed by Mikhail Zhilin
Prehension and Hafting Traces on Flint Tools: A Methodology
by Veerle Rots, Leuven University Press
Reviewed by Grant S. McCall
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of ancient stone tools and technology. The subject is broadly conceived, and
includes manufacture, use, form, and sources of lithic artifacts. The journal
publishes peer reviewed research articles on all facets of the study of stone
tools and their technology, as well as thematic issues, book review, and other
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