Saville, Alan (2011) Neolithic lithic studies: what do we know, what do we want to know ? In, Flint and stone in the Neolithic period. Neolithic study group seminar papers, 11. In: Neolithic studies group seminar.

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Abstract

Lithic artefacts were an intrinsic part of Neolithic life both in terms of everyday practical use and in ritual/symbolic mode. Archaeologists and prehistorians studying the Neolithic period recognise this, and accordingly, strive to maximise relevant data recovery and subsequently exploit the available data to the full. Fulfilling these ambitions requires specialist input, which not only comes from lithic analysts themselves, but also draws on a wide range of expertise from across archaeology and other disciplines and practices. The papers in this volume demonstrate some of the diverse approaches and applications, both direct and theoretical, which are contributing towards our ultimate goal of allowing increased understanding of stone tools to reveal more about Neolithic life

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: C Auxiliary Sciences of History > CC Archaeology
Theme: Material culture: creation and use
Department: Archaeology (to 2011)
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Date Deposited: 27 Nov 2011 15:37
Last Modified: 04 Dec 2013 13:22
URI: http://repository.nms.ac.uk/id/eprint/804

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