Plant processing for cordage and textiles using serrated edges: new chaînes opératoires suggested by combining ethnographic, archaeological and experimental evidence
Author(s): Linda M Hurcombe
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Plant processing for cordage and textiles using serrated edges: new chaînes opératoires suggested by combining ethnographic, archaeological and experimental evidence. Linda M Hurcombe, P Crombé, V Beugnier. Presented at PLant processing from a prehistoric and ethnographic perspective. Proceedings of the workshop, Ghent University (Belgium). 2007 ( tDAR id: 422138)
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