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RESIDUE ANALYSIS OF A GRINDING STONE FROM YELLOWSTONE LAKE, WYOMING

Author(s): Linda Scott Cummings

Year: 1990

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Recent studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of

using immunological techniques for the identification of

blood residues on archaeological materials (Briuer 1976;

Broderick 1979; Downs 1985; Hyland e£ al. 1990;

Newman 1990; Newman and Julig 1989; Shafer and Holloway

1979). These studies show that the species of origin on

tools can be identified to at least the Family level.

Such work offers a new and exciting means to determine the

function of artifacts and increase our knowledge of

prehistoric subsistence strategies.


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RESIDUE ANALYSIS OF A GRINDING STONE FROM YELLOWSTONE LAKE, WYOMING. Linda Scott Cummings. 1990 ( tDAR id: 375258) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8N878XB


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PRI Technical Report(s): 90-071a

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