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New Insights into Use-Wear Development in Bodily Ornaments Through the Study of Ethnographic Collections
The use of microwear analysis has made substantial contributions to the study of archaeological bodily ornaments. However, limitations persist with regard to the interpretation of use and the… Expand
On the trail of Calinago Ethnographic Objects from the Lesser Antilles in European Museums
- André Delpuech
Producing, Collecting, and Exhibiting Bizango Sculptures from Haiti: Transatlantic Vodou on the International Art Scene
| african arts WINTER 2018 VOL. 51, NO. 4 Catherine Benoît is a professor of anthropology at Connecticut College (New London, CT). Her scholarship focuses on the embodiment of space, be it from a… Expand
La séquence archéostratigraphique du Cuze de Sainte-Anastasie (Cantal) Variations diachroniques et synchroniques des industries lithiques du Laborien au Mésolithique
EnglishThe stratigraphic sequence, archaeological content, and location of Cuze de Sainte-Anastasie (Cantal, France), also known as Cuze de Neussargue, makes the site of key importance for clarifying… Expand
Arts and culture in Prehistory: tribute to Henri Delporte
Monitoring of environmental radioactivity by airborne gamma-ray spectrometry : results of a long-term, multi-instrument field survey.