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A technological evaluation of the chipped stone assemblage from Nombe, Papua New Guinea

Evans, Benjamin


The chipped stone industries of highlands New Guinea are noted for producing extremely amorphous assemblages that completely lack a formal component. This has led to major analytical problems, and resulted in these assemblages being very much sidelined in the construction of a prehistory for the New Guinea highlands. The analysis of the Nombe chipped stone assemblage at a structural and organizational level rather than through examination of the form of the artefacts themselves provided...[Show more]

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Date published: 2000-03
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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