Quantitative Methods In the Analysis of Butchered Faunal Remains: a Suggested Approach
Author(s): John H. Brumley
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Quantitative Methods In the Analysis of Butchered Faunal Remains: a Suggested Approach. John H. Brumley. Archaeology In Montana. 14 (1): 1-40. 1973 ( tDAR id: 79296)
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24HL101 • Aging • Bison Bone • Bone Breakage • Bone Tools • Butchering • Campsite • Faunal Analysis • Mahkpa Chu'gn Site • Multi-Component Site • Radiocarbon Dating • Seasonality • Tooth Eruption • Tooth Wear
min long: -116.05; min lat: 44.358 ; max long: -104.039; max lat: 49.001 ;
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NADB citation id number(s): 000000162834