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The stone tool assemblage from the site JQ101 contains
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Three El-Khiam points from JQ-101 beneath other sites with the distinctive point. Image: doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0068061.g009. The stone tool assemblage ...
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Photographs of the replicative assemblage. Bipolar flakes showing diagnostic opposed crushing
Figure 10.3 Results of the microlith-and point-copying exercise, showing models,
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Top) photograph of the large handaxe from Wadi Dabsa; bottom)
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Corrigendum to “Raman spectroscopy of lipid micro-residues on Middle Palaeolithic stone tools from Denisova Cave, Siberia” [J. Archaeol. Sci.
Limestone (A) and rhyolite (B) handaxe from Qana Oasis
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5 | Selected Al Wusta lithic artefacts. a, Argillaceous quartzite flake.
Raw material from Al-Jawf sites: 1. Nubian Levallois
Composite figure of lithics from Saffaqah Layer E, (a) large
Kansas Flint Green Chert
Arabian Paleolithic stone technology: (1) Lower Paleolithic Acheulean handaxe (From Jubbah,
Location of Gesher and other main PPNA sites in the Levant.
Early human symbolic behavior in the Late Pleistocene of Wallacea
Middle Stone Age Cultural Artefacts. (A-D) Bifacial foliates from northern
Map of the Neolithic Near East with the different geo-cultural zones of the core
Selection of the lithic assemblage from ALM 3. Photo H. Groucutt
Artefact JKF-1 847, location (A) indicating
Neolithic culture found in Southern Arabia
Neolithic artefacts from the Rub' Al-Khali (photograph N. Āl Shaikh)
General setting of JQ-101 and JQ-200 at Jebel Qattar. A:
In fact the review article I could find at USA Today (h/t Pileta), rather suggests Mousterian affinities in fact: Most intriguing, the stone tools ...
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Figure 5. Finely made rhyolite handaxe from QAN-1. Note the symmetry and
Distribution of archaeobotanical assemblages from the Indian Ocean region (approximately 500
Artefact JKF-1 209, location (A) indicating
3: Neolithic Flint Hand Ax - Denmark Found in Denmark, ca. 4000 to
ancient_natufian_upper_paleolithic_glyph_found_in_wadi_rum_jordan__e15c8a38.jpg (488×600) Indian Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Wadi Rum
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Raw material composition by site (no., percent).
Trihedral arrowheads. Nos 1-9: from Marawah MR-1, Abu Dhabi
Woodworking sites from the Late Paleolithic of South Arabia: Functional and technological analysis of burins from Dhofar, Oman | Jeffrey I Rose, ...
(Above) Map showing the location of the Late Paleolithic sites in southern Oman as
Remy Crassard
Conventional and calibrated radiocarbon ages for site JQ-200.
Stone Predator, Gobekli Tepe Site Photos, Global Heritage Network Monumental Architecture, Stonehenge,
Corrigendum to “Raman spectroscopy of lipid micro-residues on Middle Palaeolithic stone tools from Denisova Cave, Siberia” [J. Archaeol. Sci.
This headband belonged to an individual from the Natufian culture, which thrived between BCE and BCE in what is now the Levant.
... and application of a comprehensive analytical workflow for the quantification of non-volatile low molecular weight lipids on archaeological stone tools
The Al Marrat Basin, remotely sensed data and the distribution of archaeological
Conventional and calibrated radiocarbon ages for site JQ-200.
... and application of a comprehensive analytical workflow for the quantification of non-volatile low molecular weight lipids on archaeological stone tools
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Table 5 .3 A comparison of the mean length and mean weight of Acheulean and
The Jubbah palaeolake basin, showing the distribution of jebels (sandstone
Franchthi Cave is located in Greece, Mesolithic.
... and application of a comprehensive analytical workflow for the quantification of non-volatile low molecular weight lipids on archaeological stone tools
A flint axe from Gesher.
Richard G. Roberts's research works | University of Wollongong, Wollongong (UOW) and other places
Artefact JKF-1 521, (A) and (
Stone Age axe with wooden handle - British Musuem Pięściak, Starożytne Artefakty, Paleo,
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... and application of a comprehensive analytical workflow for the quantification of non-volatile low molecular weight lipids on archaeological stone tools
9,000-Year-Old Depiction Of Volcanic Eruption And Birds-Like View Of Town
Artefact types (tools, cores and technical pieces).
9500 BC Area of Lepenski Vir culture
A notched tang bifacial piece from Site 211-46, Saudi Arabia (From Zarins
The Trustees of the British Museum
The lunates sample from Gesher (measurements are given in mm).
Danish flint dagger Neolithic. c. 2000-1800 BC
Catch of axes
Bronze Age Minoans and Mycenaeans
Plastered skull from Jericho, Israel, about 7000-6000 BC. A Jordanian skull
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Neolithic sites of northern Arabia and palaeohydrology. Potential Holocene drainage is displayed in blue,
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Stone artifacts from the Jurreru Valley. (A) Middle Paleolithic
The location of the study sites in India. (1) Bhimbetka
Radiocarbon dates from Gesher.
Artefact class by site (no., percent).
JSM-15; quartzite raw material source and Middle Palaeolithic site
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Assemblage C: 1, bifacial foliate; 2, Levallois flake
Main features of the lithic series from four key Middle Palaeolithic sites from
Location, topography and geomorphology of the Jubbah region. (A) Shuttle Radar Topography
A) Site of the UltraGPR parallel profiles on the Wadi el
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Late prehistoric rock art sites and palaeolakes at jebels Qattar, Gattar A and Gattar B
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Flint ax Depot from Hagel Bjerggård at Ringsted, approximately 3500 BC The flint from chalk
Figure 2 Locations of newly discovered and previously published MP sites in the Arabian Peninsula,
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An artist's rendering of the Cahokia Mounds in 1150 A. 0 3 18 Cahokia, America's Great City
Late-prehistoric rock art at Jebel Katefeh and the possible extent of its associated palaeolake. The image shows how the rock art sites overwhelmingly face ...
The intensive survey area along the Saffaqah dyke, showing both Whalen's sites
South Arabian limestone stelae. Late 1st millennium B.C. Ősi Emlékek, Ókori Történelem, Archeológia
Archaeologists believe they may have stumbled upon the oldest known example of written language, pictographs, at an ancient religious site in Turkey.
Multiplot of the calibrated AMS radiocarbon determinations from each site (Table
Map of the Mayan Temple Uxmal Temple Ruins, Maya Architecture, Mayan Ruins, Geography
Summary of archaeobotanical crop data for each site (Table S2 shows the
1-Maps showing site location and immediate disposition of al-Hatab Rockshelter
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Green: later expansion of H. sapiens in Northern Asia (stars: Neanderthals, open circles: other human remains, dots: other archaeological sites, black, ...
Table 5.2 Mean and median elongation for the sites in this study with the total scores
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Table 1 Chronology of the sites used in this study.
Signs of world's first pictograph found in Göbeklitepe, a site - ARCHAEOLOGY ---- geo-radar works had showed 23 temple structures in the region