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Papers from the Tulsa Conference in Lithic Analysis, held at the University of Tulsa, 1989.
Includes bibliographical references.
Identifying style in stone artefacts: a case study from the Nile Valley / Angela E. Close -- Romancing the stones: biases, style and lithics at La Riera / G.A. Clark -- Statistics, attributes, and the dynamics of burin typology / James R. Sackett -- Mass analysis of flaking debris: studying the forest rather than the tree / Stanley A. Ahler -- The utility of production trajectory modeling as a framework for regional analysis / Jay K. Johnson -- Correlations between reduction strategies and settlement patterns / Donald O. Henry -- Fitting analytical techniques to prehistoric problems with lithic data / George H. Odell -- Lithic analysis and activity patterns at Labras Lake / Richard W. Yerkes -- Aspects of structure in an epipaleolithic occupation site in west central Jordan / N.R. Coinman, G.A. Clark, and M.L. Donaldson -- Summary of discussions / George H. Odell and Donald O. Henry.