Prehistoric Chipped Stone Tools of South Carolina

Prehistoric Chipped Stone Tools of South

A comprehensive field guide to prehistoric chipped stone tools of South Carolina based on over 350 private artifact collections from across the state. Filled with dozens of full-color photographs, maps and diagrams, this book is a must have resource for both the professional and amateur archaeologist. The book documents almost four decades of the Statewide Collectors Survey, initiated in 1979 by the South Carolina Department of Archives and History and the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology. This work is a major contribution to the study of Native American artifacts in particular and understanding of the state's prehistory in general.

  • ASIN: 1985163683

Prehistoric Stone Tools of Virginia

Prehistoric Stone Tools of

This is a 500-page book that covers the entire range of stone tools in Virginia. It starts with the PaleoAmerican era to the Woodland period. There are 2000+ photographs, descriptions, dates, references, and index. It provides the basic stone tool prehistory of Virginia and surrounding areas. It presents an excellent look-up book for stone prehistoric tools in the Middle Atlantic area. It is an excellent look-up book for all prehistoric tools. It is B&W but a color CD can be ordered.

  • ASIN: 1986005062

Stone Tools in Human Evolution: Behavioral Differences among Technological Primates

Stone Tools in Human Evolution: Behavioral Differences among

In Stone Tools in Human Evolution, John J. Shea argues that over the last three million years hominins' technological strategies shifted from occasional tool use, much like that seen among living non-human primates, to a uniquely human pattern of obligatory tool use. Examining how the lithic archaeological record changed over the course of human evolution, he compares tool use by living humans and non-human primates and predicts how the archaeological stone tool evidence should have changed as distinctively human behaviors evolved. Those behaviors include using cutting tools, logistical mobility (carrying things), language and symbolic artifacts, geographic dispersal and diaspora, and residential sedentism (living in the same place for prolonged periods). Shea then tests those predictions by analyzing the archaeological lithic record from 6,500 years ago to 3.5 million years ago.

  • ASIN: 1107554934

Prehistoric stone tools: Palaeo-Indian and Early Archaic transitional periods

Prehistoric stone tools: Palaeo-Indian and Early Archaic transitional

  • ASIN: B0006DLSMU

Stone Tools in the Paleolithic and Neolithic Near East: A Guide

Stone Tools in the Paleolithic and Neolithic Near

Stone Tools in the Paleolithic and Neolithic Near East: A Guide surveys the lithic record for the East Mediterranean Levant (Lebanon, Syria, Israel, Jordan, and adjacent territories) 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. Written by a lithic analyst and professional flintknapper, this book systematically examines variation in technology, typology, and industries for the Lower, Middle, and Upper Paleolithic; the Epipaleolithic; and Neolithic periods in the Near East. It is extensively illustrated with drawings of stone tools. In addition to surveying the lithic evidence, the book also considers ways in which archaeological treatment of this evidence could be changed to make it more relevant to major issues in human origins research. A final chapter shows how change in stone tool designs point to increasing human dependence on stone tools across the long sweep of Stone Age prehistory.

  • ASIN: 1107552028

Stone Tools: Theoretical Insights into Human Prehistory (Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology)

Stone Tools: Theoretical Insights into Human Prehistory (Interdisciplinary

Lithic analysts have been criticized for being atheoretical in their approach, or at least for not contributing to building archaeological theory. This volume redresses that balance. In Stone Tools, renowned lithic analysts employ explicitly theoretical constructs to explore the archaeological record and use the lithic database to establish its points. Chapters discuss curation, design theory, replacement of stone with metal, piece refitting, and projectile point style.

  • ASIN: 0306451980

Handbooks: Fossils: The Clearest Recognition Guide Available (DK Smithsonian Handbook)

Handbooks: Fossils: The Clearest Recognition Guide Available (DK

Packed with over 1,000 full-color photographs over more than 500 fossils, this handbook is designed to cut through the complex process of fossil identification to make it accessible to readers of all experience levels. Authoritative text, crystal-clear photography, and a systematic approach from Dorling Kindersley and the Smithsonian Institution make this guide both comprehensive and concise. Expertly written and thoroughly vetted, each entry combines a precise description with annotated photography to highlight each fossil's chief characteristics and distinguishing features. Each fossil is accompanied by a full-color illustration of the living animal or plant that the fossil once was in the distant past, while color-coded bands provide at-a-glance key facts to complete each entry. Also included is a comprehensive glossary so you can speak the language of a true paleontologist. Written by veteran paleontologist and curator Cyril Walker, and veterinary surgeon and fossil enthusiast David Ward, and packed with detailed information on recognition, classification, and more, DK’s Smithsonian Handbook of Fossils is the clearest identification guide to fossils for beginners and established enthusiasts alike.

  • Brand: DK
  • ASIN: 0789489848

Humorous.P Taco Holder The Ultimate Prehistoric Taco Stand for Taco Tuesdays and Dinosaur kichen Tool Kids Gifts,1PC Dinosaur Taco Holder,1PC Grater, 1PC Sauce Brush, 1PC Avocado Knife

Humorous.P Taco Holder The Ultimate Prehistoric Taco Stand

♥ ♥ Dinosaur taco holder:♥♥ ♥ -This dinosaur taco holder designed for children, they are more enterprising and enjoyable when eating, while also allowing their children to eat healthier at the table. ♥ -Humorous.P uses a high quality design, 100% food safe ABS plastic tortilla box can handle any child doing things for them. ♥ -Perfect for kids that are looking to add a bit of fun to the dinner table! ♥ -Material:Food contact grade ABS plastic ♥ -Color:Green ♥ -Size:10.04 x 5.12 x 3.62 inch ♥ -What gift will you get? ♥ - 1 x grater (6 inch) ♥ - 1 x sauce brush (6.7 inch) ♥ - 1 x avocado knife (6.9 inch) ♥ -Note: ♥ -Can be washed in the dishwasher. ♥ -But don't put them in the oven or microwave.

  • Color: Green
  • Brand: Humorous.P
  • ASIN: B07Q1C6N61

How Do Dinosaurs Play with Their Friends?

How Do Dinosaurs Play with Their

The bestselling, award-winning team of Yolen and Teague present their fourth original dinosaur board book, a fun guide to friendship and playing nicely with others.What if a dinosaur's friends come to play?Does he mope, does he pout if he can't get his way?Does he hide all his dump trucks, refusing to share?Does he throw his friends' coloring books up in the air?Time and time again, children are told to "play nice." This brilliantly illustrated board book is packed with rhymes that will teach children how. Mark Teague's laugh-aloud illustrations, along with Jane Yolen's playful text, will show children that "playing nice" can be easy and fun. Perfect for parents to read aloud with their children, this book is as humorous as it is instructive.

  • Brand: The Blue Sky Press
  • ASIN: 043985654X

Production and Exchange of Stone Tools: Prehistoric Obsidian in the Aegean (New Studies in Archaeology)

Production and Exchange of Stone Tools: Prehistoric Obsidian

Originally published in 1986, the aim of this important study was to develop methods for reconstructing the processes of prehistoric exchange. Previous archaeological work had concentrated on mapping obsidian finds relative to source areas using trace-element analysis and on investigating the effect of trade on particular cultural groups. Dr Torrence, in contrast, drew extensively on ethnographic analogy to develop an approach that uses differences in the level of efficiency for the acquisition of raw materials and the production of goods to infer the type of exchange. Regional patterns of tool manufacture, specialist craft production at central places and quarrying are analysed in detail in the context of the prehistoric Aegean and previous ideas about the importance of trade in the growth of civilisations are re-assessed. The methodology developed will be applicable to a wide range of artefact types and the book will therefore be of value to archaeologists working in many different places and periods.

  • ASIN: 0521105072
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