Archaeological Discovery

Archaeological Discovery

ISSN Print: 2331-1959
ISSN Online: 2331-1967
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[1] Further Data on Fell Points from the Southern Cone of South America
2020
[2] Fishtailed projectile points in the Americas: Remarks and hypotheses on the peopling of northern South America and beyond
2020
[3] Fluted-point technology in Neolithic Arabia: An independent invention far from the Americas
2020
[4] The Pre-Columbian Peopling and Population Dispersals of South America
2020
[5] Fell Point Technology from Mendoza Province in Western Argentina
PaleoAmerica: A journal of early human migration and dispersal, 2018
[6] New Paleoindian finds, further Fell points data, and technological observations from Uruguay: Implications for the human peopling in southeastern South America
2018
[7] Exploring the Manufacture of Bifacial Stone Tools from the Middle Rio Negro Basin, Uruguay: An Experimental Approach
Behaviour and Information Technology, 2017
[8] Fishtail points from the Pampas of South America: Their variability and life histories
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 2017
[9] Paleoamericans in Northeast Argentina
2017
[10] New Paleoindian Finds, Further Fell Points Data, and Technological Observations from Uruguay: Implications for the Human Peopling in Southeastern South …
2017
[11] New records of fishtail projectile points from Brazil and its implications for its peopling
2016
[12] Silcrete as a valuable resource for stone tool manufacture and its use by Paleo-American hunter–gatherers in southeastern South America
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 2016
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