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Aimed primarily at university students, it will be of value to all archaeologists whose work brings them into contact with flaked stone technologies.
These tend to distort the focus of books about flaked stone artefacts produced in North America--e.
Sprinkle salsa with sweetened flaked coconut, if desired.
The bifacially pressure flaked 'Kimberley point' is probably the most easily recognised formal stone artefact type from Aboriginal Australia, although ironically, this 'stone' artefact is most widely known as a flaked bottle glass artefact, as it was in this form that it was widely traded and collected in colonial Australia and elsewhere.
This paper considers implications of recent work at excavated and open archaeological sites in the southeast Kimberley region of Western Australia for understanding the chronology of the appearance of pressure flaked points in the Kimberley, and distinguishes their first appearance during the late Holocene from the more recent phase after c.
Various sink/float and hydrocyclone techniques automatically separate flaked materials during the washing process--provided the materials are different in specific gravity.
No hominid bones have been found at the Pakistan site, but Dennell says the geographic location of the flaked stones raises new implications about early human ancestors.
After heavy rains, the outcrop forms the head of a small waterfall, and gradual erosion had exposed the flaked surfaces of several artifacts.
Five cores were recovered in the project area consisting of relatively flat chert cobbles (or, in one case, a large flake blank) that have been unifacially flaked around 1/2 to 2/3 of the perimeter (Figure 7) (Table 2).
Some of the stones, carefully flaked on both sides to form sharp edges, were found among the bones of mammoth and extinct bison.