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How Bone Technology points to Cultural Lineages in Prehistory? New Insights from Danish Late-and Post-Glacial Weapons' Heads

Abstract : The analysis provides a novel understanding of the technological details of the bone and antler manufacture in the 9 th and 10 th millennia before present as a proxy to emphasize contemporary Late-Glacial-originated versus Early Mesolithic bone technologies in Denmark. This paper contributes to the knowledge of newly dated bone weapons from Sjaelland, Lolland and Bornholm's islands in the Late Paleolithic (Late Glacial, Federmesser, Ahrensburg cultures) and the Danish Early Mesolithic (Maglemose culture).
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Éva David, Lasse Sørensen, Peter Petersen. How Bone Technology points to Cultural Lineages in Prehistory? New Insights from Danish Late-and Post-Glacial Weapons' Heads. Open Access Journal of Archaeology and Anthropology, Iris Publishers, 2022, 3 (3), ⟨10.33552/OAJAA.2022.03.000562⟩. ⟨hal-03598512⟩

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