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Chipped stone material, procurement and use

Jeffrey L. Boyer

Chipped stone material, procurement and use

data recovery investigations along NM 522, Taos County, New Mexico

by Jeffrey L. Boyer

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Published by Museum of New Mexico, Office of Archaeological Studies in Santa Fe, N.M .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Taos County -- Antiquities.,
  • Indians of North America -- Implements -- New Mexico -- Taos County.,
  • Stone implements -- New Mexico -- Taos County.,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- New Mexico -- Taos County.,
  • Salvage archaeology -- New Mexico -- Taos County.,
  • Taos County (N.M.) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 121-127).

    Other titlesData recovery investigations along NM 522, Taos County, New Mexico
    StatementJeffery L. Boyer, James L. Moore with a contribution by Lisa A. Ooten ; submitted by Timothy D. Maxwell, principal investigator.
    SeriesArchaeology notes : -- 292
    ContributionsMoore, James L., Ooten, Lisa A., Maxwell, Timothy D., Museum of New Mexico. Office of Archaeological Studies.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE78.N65 B694 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 128 p. :
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16344126M
    LC Control Number2007361279

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Get this from a library. Ozarks chipped-stone resources: a guide to the identification, distribution, and prehistoric use of cherts and other siliceous raw materials. [Jack Procurement and use book Ray]. Crescents are a type of stone tool which is commonly found in the western United States.

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Hicock, P. Comnents on the use of chipped stone artefacts as a measure of 'intensity of site usage'. Awtrrlh Archrredogy Ecology: The Experimental Am of Distribution md AbundmcaAuthor: Dan Witter.

The articles discuss both chert types and ground stone materials used for tools and weapons. "The Sloan Dalton Site (3GE94) Assemblage Revisited: Chipped Stone Raw Material Procurement and Use in the Cache Basin (Arkansas)," by Juliet Morrow. (36 Chipped stone material "Paleoindian and Archaic Chert Use at Big Eddy, (Cedar County, Missouri)," by Jack Ray (38 Seller Rating: % positive.

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Research highlights The geology, and geochemistry of sources of archaeological dacite in northern New Mexico are explored in this study. Dacite was used in all periods in northern and central New Mexico, particularly in the Paleoindian and Archaic periods.

This glassy, very fine-grained homogeneous stone raw material is an excellent rock for provenance by: 8. Researchers who analyze stone tools and their production debris have made significant progress in understanding the relationship between stone tools and human organizational strategies.

Stone tools are understood to be morphologically dynamic throughout their use-lives; the ever-changing morphology of stone tools is intimately associated with the Cited by: Chipped Stone Management.

likes. " The person born with a talent they are meant to use, will find their greatest happiness in using it".Followers:   Lithic Materials and Paleolithic Societies provides a detailed examination of the Paleolithic procurement and utilization of the most durable material in the worldwide archaeological record.

The volume addresses sites ranging in age from some of the earliest hominin occupations in eastern and southern Africa to late Pleistocene and post-Pleistocene.

Chapter 5 Symbolic and Ritual Dimensions of Exchange, Production, Use, and Deposition of Ancient Maya Obsidian Artifacts Kazuo Aoyama Chapter 6 Obsidian Obsessed. Examining Patterns of Chipped-Stone Procurement at Late Postclassic Tututepec, Oaxaca Marc N. Levine Section III Interpreting Obsidian in Ritual Offerings and UseAuthor: David M.

Carballo. Lithic analysts have been criticized for being atheoretical in their approach, or at least for not contributing to building archaeological theory.

This volume redresses that balance. In Stone Tools, renowned lithic analysts employ explicitly theoretical constructs to explore the archaeological record and use the lithic database to establish its points. The book offers the perspectives that, contrary to long-held Western views, stone tools are living beings with a life course, and lithic technology is a reproductive process that should ideally include both male and female participation.

Only individuals of particular lineages knowledgeable in the lives of stones may work with stone technology. Procedures by which archaeological stone tools have been analyzed have tradition ally operated on an apprenticeship model, whereby a novice acquires competency at the elbow of a grizzled but revered expert in the field.

After shuffling through literally thousands of stones and asking hundreds of questions, the neophite even tually reaches a level at which he.

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Departing from the political economy perspective taken by the vast majority of volumes devoted to Mesoamerican obsidian, Obsidian Reflections is an examination of obsidian's sociocultural dimensions—particularly in regard to Mesoamerican world view, religion, and belief systems.

Exploring the materiality of this volcanic glass rather than only its functionality, this book Cited by: 6. ited: Chipped-Stone Raw Material Procurement and Use in the Cache Basin—J. Morrow Paleoindian and Archaic Chert Use at Big Eddy—J.

Ray Hunter-Gatherer Chert Use along the Southwest Flank of the Ozarks—D. Wyckoff Lithic Reduction Analysis of a Late Archaic Single Activity Area at Site 3IN, Independence County. Chipped Stone Tools in Formative Oaxaca, Mexico: Their Procurement, Production and Use March 6, Jessica Darga Latin America, Memoirs, William J.

Parry William J. Chipped stone artifacts from Polvo that were collected from the surface by J. Charles Kelley in In the upper left is a Jora dart point—a poorly defined type originally identified in northern Mexico, which dates to the Middle Archaic—one of the rare finds of relatively early artifacts in the La Junta district.

First and foremost is the use of the item and the need this function meets for consumers. If there are already similar products being sold in the marketplace, they will also compare potential goods with them to get an idea of well these items sell.

Another important factor in material procurement proceedings is the negotiation of a price. This book is a fully updated and revised edition of William Andrefsky Jr's ground-breaking manual on lithic analysis. Designed for students and professional archaeologists, this highly illustrated book explains the fundamental principles of the measurement, recording and analysis of stone tools and stone tool production by: Stone Tool Research at the End of the Millennium: Procurement and Technology George H.

Odell1 The literature of stone tool procurement and technology published in the past decade is reviewed in this article. The presentation attempts to be geographically comprehensive but, because of where it was written, it provides fuller coverage of.

iii from the continental divide to the plains-woodland border: clovis and folsom/midland land use and lithic procurement brendon p. asher abstract. Vol 2 No 1 () Journal of Lithic Studies.

() Volume 2, Number 1. Lithic raw material procurement for projectiles points in the prehistory of Uruguay Chipped stone tools workshopsSkopje, Macedonia Vasilka Dimitrovska PDF HTML Event review: The Archaeology Centre Knap-In and Goat Roast, Toronto, Canada.

Raw materials for chipped stone artifacts: state of the art in the Carpathian Basin of central Europe (Kati Biró). Upper Paleolithic toolstone procurement and selection across Beringia (Kelly Graf and Ted Goebel). Reduction, recycling, and raw material procurement in western Arnhem Land, Australia (Peter Hiscock).

or descriptions of chipped-stone material" (Willey ). In Plates 54a, 55, 56, and 57 of Willey's book, projectile points now known to belong to the Paleo Indian, Late Paleo, Preceramic Archaic, and Ceramic periods are listed as Safety Harbor period artifacts (A.D.

Obviously, points of a number of time periods were mixed. The Sloan site is located on an ice age sand dune in the lowlands of Greene County. People of the Dalton culture buried their dead in ceremonial fashion here ab years ago.

Dalton people were mobile foragers who made and used a distinctive suite of stone tools. These tools have been found at sites across the mid-continental United States. Their material culture that.

Tools versus Cores: Alternative Approaches to Stone Tool Analysis, edited by Shannon P. McPherron chipped-stone tools and Surface procurement of lithic raw material can reduce the time and effort. Daniel S. Amick Chipped Stone Artifact Analysis Lab Director: James L.

Moore. Stone tools were used by people living in New Mexico from Paleoindian times into the early twentieth century, and that makes their study integral to understanding past lifeways. The analysis of chipped stone artifacts can tell us quite a bit about the people who made and used them.

Multidisciplinary investigations include paleoenvironmental and geochronological reconstructions—pollen and phytoliths, geology and geomorphology, diatoms and ostracodes, mollusks, and vertebrate paleontology—as well as taphonomic evaluations and a microwear analysis of the chipped stone tools.

Clovis Mammoth Butchery offers readers a rare Author: L. Adrien Hannus, C. Vance Haynes, Pat Shipman, Marvin Kay, Eric C. Grimm, Glen G. Fredlund. The concept of a chipped stone industry is one that usually does not need to be explained within the context of archaeological publications.

Using the accepted meaning it is understood as constituting a part of the findings, which comprises stone tools and blanks that arise from chipping rocks that have a general conchoidal fracture, also including the refuse that is generated.

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Stone tools are often divided into two groups according to the technique used to make them: chipped stone and ground stone.

Chipped stone tools are made by removing chips or flakes from a piece of fine-grained stone like flint using a technique called "flint knapping", which means "to shape by breaking off pieces". Narbona Pass chert is the highest volume, non- local chipped-stone material in Chaco Canyon and would be a likely candidate for use in specialized chipped-stone production.

Although it is found far more frequently in great houses than in small sites after A.D. (see below), it does not seem to have been treated differently than other, local. The unstemmed point tradition is also characteristic of adjacent northeastern Mexico.

Such points were made for well over 6, years from at least 7, years ago ( B.C.) to early historic times when the last triangular points were made by Indians living in certain of the Spanish Missions in the s. (Jehanne Feblot-Augustins). 4. Raw materials for chipped stone artifacts: state of the art in the Carpathian Basin of central Europe (Kati Biro).

5. Upper Paleolithic toolstone procurement and selection across Beringia (Kelly Graf and Ted Goebel). 6. Reduction, recycling, and raw material procurement in western Arnhem Land, Australia (Peter.3 Regional Modeling of Obsidian Procurement in the American Southwest Frank J.

Findlow and Marisa Bolognese INTRODUCTION Although New Mexico has a long history of archaeological research, quan titative analyses of prehistoric obsidian procurement have not been common.

this material is a perfect medium for use in the manufacture of chipped Cited by: Frison, G. C. Observations on the Use of Stone Tools: Dulling of Working Edges of Some Chipped Stone Tools in Bison Butchering.

In Lithic Use-Wear Analysis, edited by B. Hayden, pp. – Academic Press, New York. Google ScholarCited by: