Browsing Center for Southeast Asian Studies by Subject "lithic technology"

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  • Bleed, Peter (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 2010)
    This serves as an introduction to eight articles on Japanese Palaeolithic archaeology that illustrate the types of research issues recently addressed and the kinds of archaeological data currently available on Pleistocene ...
  • Shen, Chen; Qi, Wei (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 2004)
    Previous studies have generalized the technological character of the Lower Paleolithic of China with reference to its non-Acheulean features, but regional perspectives on technological variability were largely overlooked. ...
  • Goebel, Ted; Waters, Michael R; Meshcherin, Mikhail N (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 2000)
    In 1996, archaeological excavations were conducted at the Masterov Kliuch site, located east of Lake Baikal, Siberia. Three archaeological components were uncovered, all occurring in colluvial deposits. The two lower ...
  • Seong, Chuntaek (University of Hawai'i Press (Honolulu), 2004)
    The present study challenges the widespread notion of an unchanging crude technology of quartzite and vein quartz assemblages in the Korean Paleolithic. Though mostly coarse and tough, the raw materials vary in texture, ...

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