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      Archaeological evidence for meat-eating by Plio-Pleistocene hominids from Koobi Fora and Olduvai Gorge

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          Butchering and marrow fracturing as a taphonomic factor in archaeological deposits

          A major aim of the analysis of faunal remains from archaeological sites is the reconstruction of the palaeoecology of early man. Since taphonomic work must precede palaeoecological work, theories concerning the palaeoecology of early man would benefit from firmly based taphonomic studies of the archaeological deposits. One of the numerous taphonomic factors to be considered is the bone fragmentation produced by early man.
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            Olorgesailie: Archaeological Studies of a Middle Pleistocene Lake Basin in Kenya. Glynn Ll. Isaac

             L. Binford (1977)
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              Nature
              Nature
              Springer Nature
              0028-0836
              1476-4687
              June 1981
              June 1981
              : 291
              : 5816
              : 574-577
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              10.1038/291574a0
              © 1981

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