Cultural Continuity from Pre-Dorset to Dorset in the Eastern Canadian Arctic Highlighted by Bone Technology and Typology

@article{Houmard2018CulturalCF,
  title={Cultural Continuity from Pre-Dorset to Dorset in the Eastern Canadian Arctic Highlighted by Bone Technology and Typology},
  author={Claire Houmard},
  journal={ARCTIC ANTHROPOLOGY},
  year={2018},
  volume={55},
  pages={24 - 47}
}
  • Claire Houmard
  • Published 2018
  • Geography
  • ARCTIC ANTHROPOLOGY
  • Since the 1920s, two main cultural entities are distinguished in the eastern Canadian Arctic, namely Pre-Dorset and Dorset, with the latter being considered as originating from the former. This assertion has, however, been challenged for the past 30 years. To get new insights about the filiations of the Pre-Dorset and Dorset, technological and typological analyses of bone artifacts were performed on collections from five type sites located in the northern Foxe Basin and on the southern shore of… CONTINUE READING
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