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Issue 26: Implement Petrology theme

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World Map

Editorial - Stone Tools in Analytical and Cultural Perspective - Mark Edmonds and Vin Davis

Submitted: September 2009; Published: September 2009
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Africa

Algeria

Techno-economy of Iberomaurusian Lithic Assemblages. New data from Courbet-Marine (north-eastern littoral of Algiers) - Latifa Sari

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 6027 (54KB); Images: 11 (1.2MB)
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Mali

Stone Bracelet Production in Mali - Anne Garin Carmagnani and Yvan Pailler

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 7026 (60KB); Images: 14 (1.7MB)
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Asia

China

The Stone Tool Industry of Hac Sa, Macau, China - Vin Davis and Roy Sit Kai Sin

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 7397 (63KB); Images: 8 (1.1MB)
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The Petrology of the Wong Tei Tung Stone Tool Manufacturing Site, Sham Chung, Hong Kong Sar, China - Vin Davis and Rob Ixer

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 6470 (55KB); Images: 19 (5.1MB)
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Stone Tool Production-Distribution Systems at Huizui, China - Anne Ford

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 20566 (166KB); Images: 10 (864KB)
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Production of Stone Spades and Emergence of the First State in the Yiluo region, China - Li Liu, Xingcan Chen and John Webb

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 6921 (55KB); Images: 8 (979KB)
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The Neolithic Stone Implements of China: a review - Zhang Chi

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 8091 (67KB); Images: 3 (257KB)
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Raw materials, production and distribution of Xuejiagang stone tools - Zhuang Lina

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 4629 (42KB); Images: 11 (2.1MB)
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The pattern of exploration at the quarry on Mount Dagudui, Shanxi Province, PRChina - Zhai Shaodong

Submitted: February 2009; Published: October 2009
Words: 1768 (16KB); Images: 14 (568KB)
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India

The Prehistoric Axe Factory at Sanganakallu-Kupgal (Bellary District), Southern India - Roberto Risch, Nicole Boivin, Michael Petraglia, David Gómez-Gras, Ravi Korisettar and Dorian Fuller

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 10950 (88KB); Images: 10 (2.2MB)
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Turkey

The Challenge of Characterising Large Assemblages of Exotic Materials: a case study of the obsidian from Domuztepe, SE Turkey - Elizabeth Healey and Stuart Campbell

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 6465 (56KB); Images: 5 (1.8MB)
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Turkmenistan

Veneration and Spiritual Pleading through Stone: observations and musings on current practice in rural Turkmenistan - Glenys McLaren

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 3612 (31KB); Images: 13 (2.9MB)
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Europe

France

Axe Production and Exchange in the Seine Valley (France) - François Giligny, Françoise Bostyn, Jérémie Couderc, Nicolas le Maux, Harold Lethrosne, Adrienne Lo Carmine and Cécile Riquier

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 5926 (49KB); Images: 15 (3MB)
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The Functional and Symbolic Value of Grinding Stone Tools from the Late Bandkeramik of North-Western Europe - Caroline Hamon

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 7030 (61KB); Images: 5 (755KB)
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The Role of Stone in Neolithic Monumental Art: case studies and methods of representation in Ireland and Brittany - Guillaume Robin and Serge Cassen

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 7387 (62KB); Images: 12 (1.6MB); three-dimensional models
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Ireland

'They wrought almost any material that came in their way': Mesolithic Flint Alternatives in the West of Ireland - Killian Driscoll

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 7745 (61KB); Images: 5 (833KB)
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Exploring the Chaîne Opératoires in Irish Quartz Lithic Traditions: Current Research - Killian Driscoll

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 8362 (71KB); Images: 5 (430KB)
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Bits and Pieces: early Bronze Age stone bracers from Ireland - Fiona Roe and Ann Woodward

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 7692 (66KB); Images: 4 (1.4MB)
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Netherlands

The use of exotic flint and the neolithisation of the Lower Rhine Basin (NL) - Annelou van Gijn

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 5201 (45KB); Images: 9 (838KB)
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Spain

Underground Prehistoric Mining in Europe - Salvador Domínguez Bella

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 5014 (44KB); Images: 8 (2.5MB)
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UK

Biographies of Stone and Landscape: Lithic Scatters - Clive Jonathon Bond

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 12045 (109KB); Images: 3 (454KB)
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Life Amongst the Rubbish: Middening and Conspicuous Consumption at Durrington Walls - Ben Chan

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 7919 (66KB); Images: 15 (2.7MB)
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Flint and Tuff in Prehistoric Cumbria - P.J. Cherry

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 6670 (61KB); Images: 19 (849KB)
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An Asymmetrical Trade: Trade in the Exotic and Our Understanding of Axes and Early Neolithic Exchange - Tom Clare

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 8465 (74KB); Images: 4 (437KB)
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The Fire in The Flint: Arrowhead Production and Heat Treatment - Diana Coles

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 5043 (38KB); Images: 8 (1.2MB)
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Everybody Must Get Stones - Timothy Darvill

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 7116 (59KB); Images: 5 (493KB)
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From Implement to Outcrop: a model for identifying implement source rock at outcrop - Amy Davis, Vin Davis and Mik Markham

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 10885 (100KB); Images: 12 (1.4MB)
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Neolithic Ground Axe-heads and Monuments in Wessex - David Field

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 5749 (42KB); Images: 1 (155KB)
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Aspects of the Petrology and Geochemistry of Greenstones: with special reference to SW England and Wales - P.A. Floyd

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 4084 (39KB); Images: 7 (333KB)
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Ceremony and Carpentry? Neolithic Stone Axeheads in an East Yorkshire (UK) Lowland Landscape - Peter Halkon

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 7321 (63KB); Images: 11 (1.8MB)
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The Devil's in the Detail: A review of Group I and III Petrographic Thin-Sections - Mik Markham

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 16265 (147KB); Images: 28 (15.7MB)
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Cache and Carry: lithic technology and Mesolithic mobility - Paul R. Preston

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 10848 (96KB); Images: 8 (625KB)
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'Durable Residues': Addressing the use of microwear, a case study from March Hill - Ivan Briz y Godino, Myrian Álvarez, Penny Spikins and Andrew Needham

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 8666 (76KB); Images: 13 (950KB)
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Graig Lwyd (Group VII) lithic assemblages from the excavations at Parc Bryn Cegin, Llandygai, Gwynedd, Wales - analysis and interpretation - J. Ll. W. Williams and Jane Kenney

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 8677 (70KB); Images: 5 (654KB)
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Erratics and re-cycled stone: scholarly irrelevancies or fundamental utilities to lithic studies in prehistoric Britain and beyond? - C. Stephen Briggs

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
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North America

Mexico

A Study of Olmec Serpentinite: exchange, production, distribution, and consumption during the Early and Middle Formative period in Mesoamerica - Olaf Jaime-Riverón, Dolores Tenorio Castilleros, Thomas Calligaro and Juan Carlos Cruz Ocampo

Submitted: February 2009; Published: September 2009
Words: 3927 (38KB); Images: 20 (2.8MB)
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Review of Virtual Representations of the Past [Book] - Ann Gow

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