An actualistic butchery study in South Africa and its implications for reconstructing hominid strategies of carcass acquisition and butchery in the Upper Pleistocene and PLio-Pleistocene
Author(s): P J Nilssen
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An actualistic butchery study in South Africa and its implications for reconstructing hominid strategies of carcass acquisition and butchery in the Upper Pleistocene and PLio-Pleistocene. P J Nilssen. . University of Cape Town, Cape Town. 2000 ( tDAR id: 422131)
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