Replicas, fakes And Art: the Twentieth Century Stone Age and its effects on Archaeology
M. Smith: A paper we all should read. My reasons were a lance point (Clovis style) found composed of a beautiful micaceous quartz sandstone in a field area I was mapping that were dominated by rhyolitic welded ash-flow tuffs (where the nearest sedimentary rock was a LONG way away). Hmmmmmm - is it real?
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Replicas, fakes And Art: the Twentieth Century Stone Age and its effects on Archaeology. Michael Stafford, John C. Whittaker. American Antiquity. 64 (2): 203-214. 1999 ( tDAR id: 416338)
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