The Resource The morphology, function and antiquity of Australian grinding implements, P.Gorecki, M.Grant, S. O'Connor and P.Veth

The morphology, function and antiquity of Australian grinding implements, P.Gorecki, M.Grant, S. O'Connor and P.Veth

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The morphology, function and antiquity of Australian grinding implements
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The morphology, function and antiquity of Australian grinding implements
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P.Gorecki, M.Grant, S. O'Connor and P.Veth
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eng
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Critique of Smith's distinction between formal and amorphous grindstones; questions the relationship between intensive seed use and the production of formal grindstones; argues that formal grindstones are the product of extended reduction process and their appearance in deposits is dependent on discard behaviour and assemblage size; extension of systematic seed grinding into the Pleistocene is suggested
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Gorecki, Pawel P
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  • Grant, Miranda
  • Veth, Peter Marius
  • O'Connor, Sue
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Smith, M. A.
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The morphology, function and antiquity of Australian grinding implements, P.Gorecki, M.Grant, S. O'Connor and P.Veth
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Bibliography: p.149-150
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p.141-150
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The morphology, function and antiquity of Australian grinding implements, P.Gorecki, M.Grant, S. O'Connor and P.Veth
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.149-150
Extent
p.141-150

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