Natufian and Protoneolithic bone tools: the manufacture and use of bone implements in the Zagros and the Levant, Volumes 494-495

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B.A.R., 1989 - House & Home - 156 pages
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The Specific Archaeological Problem
The Manufacture of Bone Implements

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Douglas V. Campana is a Research Associate in Anthropology at New York University and an archaeologist for the National Park Service at the Valley Forge Center for Cultural Resources. He received his Ph.D. in Anthropology from Columbia University in 1981. Dr. Campana has published scholarly articles on Near Eastern prehistory and bone tool technology, and edited Before Farming: Hunter-Gatherer Society and Subsistence. He has conducted archeological research in Israel, the West Bank, and Europe; his research has been sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the Wenner-Gren Foundation, the Leakey Foundation, and the National Geographic Society. As an archaeologist for the federal government, Dr. Campana has directed archaeological excavation throughout the Mid-Atlantic states. He is currently excavating a portion of George Washington's Revolutionary War encampment at Valley Forge.