List of Tables

Table 1: Radiocarbon and stable isotopic measurements from samples securely associated with the lithic types considered in this study

Table 2: Radiocarbon and stable isotopic measurements from sites with radiocarbon dates and similar lithic assemblages to those considered in this study, where the typological character of the assemblage or association with the dated material is currently uncertain (some measurements with good lithic associations that we consider anomalous for scientific reasons are also listed)


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