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  1. Archaeology in practice: a student guide to archaeological analyses - Jane Balme 2014 (electronic resource)

    Book Required Read Chapter 6: An Introduction to stone artefact analysis

  2. Technology and terminology of Knapped Stone: followed by a multilingual vocabulary Arabic, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish - Marie-Louise Inizan, Michèle Reduron-Ballinger, Hélène Roche, Jehanne Féblot-Augustins c1999 (electronic resource)

    Book Required

  3. Mousterian lithic technology : an ecological perspective - Steven L. Kuhn 1995

    Book Recommended Read chapter 2: Technology, Foraging, and Land Use: A Strategic Approach

  4. The Stone Implements of Australia - Frederick D McCarthy, Elsie Bramwell, H. V. V. Noone 1946

    Document Recommended

  5. Lithic Technology: Measures of Production, Use and Curation - William Jr Andrefsky 2008 (electronic resource)

    Book Further

  6. Tools of the old and new stone age - Jacques Bordaz 1971

    Book Further

  7. Lithics in the land of the lightning brothers: the archaeology of Wardaman Country, Northern Territory - Chris Clarkson c2007 (electronic resource)

    Book Further

  8. An introduction to flintworking - Don E. Crabtree, Idaho State University. Museum 1972

    Book Further

  9. Handbook of paleolithic typology: Volume one: Lower and middle paleolithic of Europe - André Debénath, Harold L. Dibble 1994 (electronic resource)

    Book Further

  10. A record in stone: the study of Australia's flaked stone artefacts - Simon Holdaway, Nicola Stern 2004

    Book Further

  11. Written in stone: the multiple dimensions of lithic analysis - P. Nick Kardulias, Richard W. Yerkes c2003

    Book Further

  12. Understanding stone tools and archaeological sites - Brian P. Kooyman 2000 (electronic resource)

    Book Further

  13. Lithic analysis - George H. Odell c2003

    Book Further

  14. Lithic technology: making and using stone tools - Earl Herbert Swanson, International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences c1975 (electronic resource)

    Book Further Read pp. 97-102

  15. The art of flint knapping - D. C. Waldorf, Valerie Waldorf ©2006

    Book Further

  16. Flintknapping: making and understanding stone tools - John C. Whittaker 1994

    Book Further

  17. Week 1: Introduction to Lithics and fracture mechanics (Lecture): 4 items
    1. The Formation of Flakes - Brian Cotterell, Johan Kamminga 1987

      Article Recommended

    2. Prac 1 (Practical): 2 items
  18. 2. Describing Lithics: Typology & Technology (Lecture): 5 items
    1. Prac 2 (Practical): 2 items
  19. Week 3: Principles of classification (Lecture): 4 items
    1. Models in archaeology - David L. Clarke 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read Chapter 6: A Model for Classification and Typology

    2. Tools versus cores: alternative approaches to stone tool analysis - Shannon P. McPherron 2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read pp.198-222: Looking The Other Way: a materialist/technological approach to classifying tools and implements, cores and retouched flakes, with examples from Australia

    3. Prac 3 (Practical): 1 item
  20. Week 4: Attribute and debitage analysis (Lecture): 5 items
    1. Debitage Analysis and Archaeological Interpretation - Alan P. Sullivan, III, Kenneth C. Rozen 1985

      Article Recommended

    2. Prac 4 (Practical): 3 items
      1. The Significance of Variability in Palaeolithic Assemblages - Francois Bordes, Denise de Sonneville-Bordes 1970

        Article Recommended

      2. Chapter 6: Lithic Technology: flake analysis - C J Phagan 1985

        Chapter Recommended

  21. Week 5: Australian and New Guinean Lithics (Lecture): 5 items
    1. Archaeology of Oceania: Australia and the Pacific Islands - Ian Lilley 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read pp. 69-95: Blunt and to the point: Changing technological strategies in Holocene Australia

    2. Prac 5 (Practical): 2 items
      1. Archaeology in practice: a student guide to archaeological analyses - Jane Balme 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read chapter 8: Residues and Usewear

  22. Week 6: The Oldowan (Lecture): 4 items
    1. Chapter 1: An Overview of the Oldowan Industrial Complex: The sites and the nature of their evidence - Kathy Schick, Nicholas Toth 2006

      Chapter Recommended

    2. 3.3-million-year-old stone tools from Lomekwi 3, West Turkana, Kenya - Sonia Harmand, Jason E. Lewis, Craig S. Feibel, Christopher J. Lepre 2015-5-20

      Article Recommended

    3. Prac 6 (Practical): 1 item
  23. Week 7: The Acheulean (Lecture): 5 items
    1. The characteristics and chronology of the earliest Acheulean at Konso, Ethiopia - Y. Beyene, S. Katoh, G. WoldeGabriel, W. K. Hart 29/01/2013

      Article Recommended

    2. Prac 7 (Practical): 2 items
  24. Week 8: The Middle Palaeolithic (Lecture): 9 items
    1. The Significance of Variability in Palaeolithic Assemblages - Francois Bordes, Denise de Sonneville-Bordes 1970

      Article Recommended

    2. Mode 3 Technologies and the Evolution of Modern Humans - Robert Foley, Marta Mirazón Lahr 1997-4

      Article Recommended

    3. Prac 8 (Practical): 3 items
  25. Week 10: The Late Palaeolithic (Lecture): 5 items
    1. Prac 10 (Practical): 2 items
  26. Week 11: The Neolithic and Chalcolithic (Lecture): 8 items
    1. A pottery workshop with flint tools on blades knapped with copper at Nausharo (Indus civilisation, ca. 2500 BC) - Sophie Méry, Patricia Anderson, Marie-Louise Inizan, Monique Lechevallier 2007-7

      Article Recommended

    2. Prac 11 (Practical): Future directions: 2 items
  27. Week 12: Interpreting Lithics (Lecture) and Prac 12 (Practical): 3 items
    1. Chapter 2: Technology, foraging and land use; a strategic approach - Steven L. Kuhn 1995

      Chapter Recommended

  28. Past Central Exam Papers 1 item
    1. Past Central Exam Papers

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