A functional analysis of some Late Mesolithic bone and antler implements from the Dutch coastal zone
Author(s): A. L. van Gijn
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A functional analysis of some Late Mesolithic bone and antler implements from the Dutch coastal zone. A. L. van Gijn, Alice M. Choyke, H Luik, C E Batey, L Lougas. In From hooves to horns, from mollusc to mammoth: manufacture and use of bone artefacts from prehistoric times to the present. Pp. 47-66. Tartu: Ajaloo Instituut. 2005 ( tDAR id: 422521)
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