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The end of points


Hiscock, Peter

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Conclusion: The end of points is best described by a sequence model. When their time span as unifacial points is finished, they may often be reworked rather than discarded. In this way many unifacial points have been transformed into bifacial points. Consequently, while some unifacial points were discarded in that state, other unifacial points were transformed into bifacial points before they were discarded. Perception of this transformational process raises the possibility that bifacial points...[Show more]

CollectionsANU North Australia Research Unit (NARU)
Date published: 1994
Type: Conference paper
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/41926

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