Bone Tool Analysis (Other Keyword)

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An Alternative Explanation for a Modified Rabbit Innominate Spatulate Tool (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert DeBry. Kristin Corl.

This is an abstract from the "Local Development and Cross-Cultural Interaction in Pre-Hispanic Southwestern New Mexico and Southeastern Arizona" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. ​Bone tools are not always recognized in a zooarchaeological analysis, and often once identified, the function or use is even more difficult to define. A modified rabbit innominate found by the authors in two Jornada-Mogollon sites presented here is one such example. The...


Archaeological Investigations (1922)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gerard Fowke.

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Archaeological Investigations In Boone County, Missouri (1938)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Brewton Berry. J. E. Wrench. Carl Chapman. Wilber Seitz.

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Archaeological Investigations In Platte and Clay Counties, Missouri (1943)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Waldo R. Wedel.

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Archaeological Investigations of Southwest Missouri (1958)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lee M. Adams.

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Archaeological Reconnaissance of Portage Open Bay In Southeast Missouri (1969)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James F. Hopgood.

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Archaeology of Arnold-Research Cave, Callaway County, Missouri (1966)
DOCUMENT Citation Only J. M. Shippee.

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Archaeology of Bone Cave, Miller County, Missouri (1946)
DOCUMENT Citation Only E. Adamson Hoebel.

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Archeological Investigations At the Renner Site (1957)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Leo J. Roedl. James H. Howard.

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Archeology of Jasper County, Missouri: the Ernest J. Palmer Collection (1963)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Richard A. Marshall.

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Are You a Tool? A Zooarchaeological Analysis of Worked Bone from Wupatki National Monument (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Megan Laurich. Wyatt Benson. Natalie Patton. Chrissina Burke.

This is an abstract from the "SAA 2019: General Sessions" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Zooarchaeological analysis provides details on the processes used to create and modify bone artifacts and the potential use of these materials by past peoples. This poster provides the results of faunal analysis, usewear analysis, scanning electron microscopy, and experimental archaeology to examine bone artifacts from Wupatki National Monument. The data...


Arrangement of the Handicraft Industry at the Site of Taijiasi in the Shang Dynasty (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only He Xiaolin.

This is an abstract from the "Craft and Technology: Knowledge of the Ancient Chinese Artisans" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. The Shang Dynasty-era site of Taijiasi was excavated from 2014 to 2017. Excavations revealed many remains of bronze casting and bone-tool manufacture. This paper focuses on the arrangement of the two different kinds of handicraft. Along with analysis of other house and sacrificial remains, archaeologists can investigate the...


Assessing the Correlation between Bone Artifacts and Body Part Profiles: A Case Study from the Central Anatolian Site of Kaman-Kalehöyük (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sarah MacIntosh. Levent Atici. Sachihiro Omura.

This paper investigates the production of bone artifacts during the Bronze Age (ca. 3000-1200 BCE) at the central Anatolian site of Kaman-Kalehöyük. At this time, small agrarian societies transformed into more complex polities and states, which gave way to a more centralized and specialized market economy. These transformations in sociopolitical and economic organization resulted in other changes as well. For example, animal exploitation patterns began to reflect a more regulated economy to meet...


Aurignacian Projectile Points Do Not Represent a Proxy for the Initial Dispersal of Homo sapiens into Europe: Insights from Geometric Morphometrics (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Luc Doyon.

It has been argued that Aurignacian projectile points made of antler, bone, or ivory represent a proxy for the initial dispersal of Homo sapiens into Europe. Our research reassesses this claim by using geometric morphometric analysis to study 547 Aurignacian osseous implements recovered from 49 European sites. This approach allowed the identification of eight volumetric templates reproduced by Aurignacian artisans during the manufacture of split-based points. Two templates were identified for...


Bolivar Burial Complex of Southwestern Missouri (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only W. Raymond Wood. Sharon L. Brock.

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Bone "Awls" and Utilized Antler Tines From Arnold Research Cave, 23Cy64, Missouri (1975)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stephen A. Chomko.

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Bone Artifacts from Summer Bay, Unalaska (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kaitlin Stanley.

Situated in Alaska’s eastern Aleutian Islands on Unalaska Island, the Summer Bay site dates to 2,000 years BP. Over 700 osseous objects representing various manufacture and use stages have been recovered. Among these are harpoons, fish hooks, labrets, points, wedges, awls, and needles. These are primarily made from sea mammals and avifauna. Although Summer Bay represents one of the most secure dates of the Amaknak Phase (3,000 to 1,000 years BP), minimal research has been done to better...


Bone Tool Technology in West Africa: Contributions from the Diallowali Site System, Senegal (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Peter Coutros. Brooke Luokkala.

This is an abstract from the "African Archaeology throughout the Holocene" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Worked bone has a long history across the African continent, occurring as early as the Middle Stone Age in eastern and southern Africa. However, since the beginning of the Holocene, barbed and un-barbed points – associated with the so-called ‘African Aqualithic’ peaking at 9,000 BP – have likewise been recovered from sites within Sahelian and...


Cambell Site: a Late Mississippian Town Site and Cemetery In Southeast Missouri (1955)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Carl H. Chapman. Leo C. Anderson.

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Development and Inter-Relationships of Oneota Culture In the Lower Missouri River Valley (1970)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Dale R. Henning.

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Eureka and Comstock Mounds, Southwestern Missouri (1968)
DOCUMENT Citation Only W. Raymond Wood. Rolland E. Pangborn.

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Evaluation of Pleistocene Mammoth Ivory Use and Radiocarbon Laboratory Results from the Holzman Site in Interior Alaska (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Brian Wygal. Kathryn Krasinski. Charles Holmes. Barbara Crass. David McMahan.

This is an abstract from the "SAA 2019: General Sessions" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. The recently discovered Holzman site lies along the west bank of Shaw Creek, a northern tributary of the Tanana River, Interior Alaska. Excavations beginning in 2015 revealed an expedient stone technology alongside well-preserved hearths, avifauna and large mammal remains including a mammoth tusk in deeply buried deposits. Evidence of food preparation and...


Examining Female Status and Craft Production in Chaco Canyon: Bone Spatulate Tool Use-Wear Analysis (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sara Anderson.

This is an abstract from the "SAA 2019: General Sessions" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Chaco Canyon, located in present-day New Mexico, was a political and economic center for the Ancestral Puebloan culture between AD 800-1200 and remains an important cultural area in the American Southwest. Large-scale road networks facilitated the import of raw materials and craft goods and enabled the exchange of prestige items. Utilizing the Chaco Research...


Excavations At the Renner Site - 1985 and 1986 (1990)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gary David Brenner.

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Fristoe Burial Complex of Southwestern Missouri (1967)
DOCUMENT Citation Only W. Raymond Wood.

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