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Understanding the Middle Palaeolithic assemblage typology

  • Colin Campbell Moyer (a1) and Nicolas Rolland (a2)

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Middle Palaeolithic tool assemblages have a long history of controversy. This new analysis employing principal components addresses the recurrent issues of comparing tool assemblages from different sites, whilst retaining support from the seminal study of Bordes.

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