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    Interpreting the function of Stone Tools
    by Roger Grace This is a hypertext version of the book:- Grace, R. 1989 - Interpreting the Function of Stone Tools: The quantification and computerisation of microwear analysis. B.A.R. international series 474. contents CHAPTER 1: HISTORY OF FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS CHAPTER 2: THE QUANTIFICATION OF MICROWEAR POLISHES CHAPTER 3: INVESTIGATING HAFTING TRACES WITH IMAGE PROCESSING CHAPTER 4: A MULTI-DIMENTIONAL APPROACH TO FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS
    Raw Material Index
    Raw material refers to the stone from which debitage, tools etc. are produced. A number of raw materials were used in pre-history, the most common feature of these materials is that they have the property of conchoidal fracture thus enabling the knapper to control the core and produce predictable outcomes of the knapping procedure.
    SARC - Stone Age Reference Collection
      Europe & Russia
    Incredible... photographs, definitions, descriptions, a reference program containing information about the Typology, Technology, Raw Materials and Study Methods and On Line Publications relating to the Stone Age. Developed for the teaching department of the Institute of Archaeology, Art History and Numismatics (I.A.K.N.) at the University of Oslo, Norway.

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