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Archeological sites and physicochemical systems: two studies.
Kristine Marie Wilson-Yang
Written in English
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Archaeological, chronometric, and pedo-geochemical data provide a basis for the functional classification of archeological sites found in the region and Author: Zvi Goffer.
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2 Because these dates precede the arrival of modern humans. The Role of Chemists in Archaeological Studies Ralph O. Allen Chapter 1, DOI: /bach Publication Date (Print): July 1, K. Shih, H. Yan, in Environmental Materials and Waste, Key Factors Influencing Struvite Crystallization.
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They interpret this discovery as evidence that Neanderthals were using tar as glue for hafting (fixing) flint spearheads to wooden spear shafts.
1 Archaeologists have also unearthed spearheads with tar residue from two sites in Germany, one dating toyears in age and the other betw to 80, years. 2 Because these dates.
These archeological Amazonian sites are highly fertile, very unusual among Amazonian soils, typically of low fertility, highly weathered and very acid.
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