Taphonomy of a Suggested Middle Paleolithic Bone Flute from Slovenia

@article{Chase1998TaphonomyOA,
  title={Taphonomy of a Suggested Middle Paleolithic Bone Flute from Slovenia},
  author={Philip G. Chase and April Nowell},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={1998},
  volume={39},
  pages={549 - 553}
}
Les auteurs du present article s'interrogent sur la fonction possible d'un fragment de femur d'ours des cavernes perce de deux trous reguliers, interprete par son inventeur comme etant une flute. 

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