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Pottery - Pottery Stone tool analysis Lithic analysis is...

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Pottery Stone tool analysis Lithic analysis is the term used to describe the study of stone technologies. In recent years, this has changed from an emphasis on finished tools to a broader concern with lithic technology in the context of human behavior Debitage analysis- study of the debirs left behind by the stone worker while making the stone tools Lithic experimentation is archaeologists trying to make stone tools Working stone: o Rule #1 use flint obsidian or other hard homogeneous rocks o Rule #2 protect your eyes, fingers, and body parts from flying debris Knocking flakes off and using them as tools, or knock them off and create tools from core Subsistence and Diet Archaeologists reconstruct ancient lifeways from the surviving material remains of subsistence activities, which comes in many forms The perspective is multidisciplinary for we rely on the expertise of scientists from many other field, among them botanists, ecologists, and zoologists Environmental data
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