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Graman revisited : an analysis of stone artefact and site function at Graman sites GB1 and GB4

Boot, Philip Gerard


This thesis is an analysis of function based on four levels of interpretation. Those of individual artefact use, relationships between artefacts within a functional assemblage, assemblages as p a rt of a functioning site, and changing artefact and site function over time. Well over 2000 stone artefacts from two rockshelters in the Ottley’s Creek Valley n ear Graman were examined for the presence of use wear and residues. One hundred and twenty-nine experiments were conducted in order to...[Show more]

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Date published: 1990
Type: Thesis (Masters)
DOI: 10.25911/5d74e1de388b9


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