An experimental micromorphological investigation of bedding construction in the Middle Stone Age of Sibudu, South Africa

@article{Miller2012AnEM,
  title={An experimental micromorphological investigation of bedding construction in the Middle Stone Age of Sibudu, South Africa},
  author={Christopher E. Miller and C. Sievers},
  journal={Journal of Archaeological Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={39},
  pages={3039-3051}
}
Abstract We conducted experiments to compare the micromorphological signatures of modern burnt sedge and grass bedding to laminated layers of carbonized material and phytoliths in Middle Stone Age deposits at the shelter, Sibudu. The experiments were designed to clarify the formation processes associated with the laminated layers and to investigate whether these previously identified layers of bedding were deliberately burned or not. The results indicate that the laminated layers were most… Expand
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