Uniwersytet Wrocławski
  Kontakt |  Poczta (UNI) |  Poczta (archeo) |  Uniwersytet Wrocławski |  Biblioteka Uniwersytecka |  Wydział NHiP


Contents
Preface 5
Methods and methodology
Steven P. Ashby
The Language of the Combmaker: interpreting complexity in Viking-Age Industry 9
Elisabeth A. Stone
The Role of Ethnographic Museum Collections in Understanding Bone Tool Use 25

Materials and technology
Aline Averbouh, Jean-Marc Petillon
Identification of "debitage by fracturation" on reindeer antler: case study of the Badegoulian levels at the Cuzoul de Vers (Lot, France) 41
Barbara Avezuela Aristu, Esteban Alvarez-Fernandez, Jesus Jorda Pardo, Emilio Aura Tortosa
The barnacles: A new species used to make a Gravettian suspended object from Nerja Cave (Malaga, Spain) 53
Benjamin Marquebielle
Mesolithic bone tools in Southwestern Europe: the example of the French site of "Le Cuzoul de Gramat" 63
Stefan Pratsch
Mesolithic antler artefacts in the North European Plain (new version) 79
Marcin Diakowski
Bone and antler artefacts from Pobiel 10, Lower Silesia, Poland. Are they really Mesolithic? 93
Selena Vitezović
The Neolithic Bone Industry from Drenovac, Serbia 117
Erika Gal
Prehistoric antler- and bone tools from Kaposujlak-Vardomb (South-Western Hungary) with special regard to the Early Bronze Age implements 137
Peggy Morgenstern
Typical hide working tools from the late Bronze Age of Moldova 165
Corneliu Beldiman, Diana-Maria Sztancs, Viorica Rusu-Bolindet, Irina Adriana Achim
Skeletal technologies, metal-working and wheat harvesting: ancient bone and antler anvils for manufacturing saw-toothed iron sickles discovered in Romania 173
Katrin Struckmeyer
The bone tools from the dwelling mound Feddersen Wierde, Germany, and their functions 187
Marloes Rijkelijkhuizen
Dutch medieval bone and antler combs 197
Hans Christian Kuchelmann
Whale Bones as architectural elements in and around Bremen, Germany 207
Marloes Rijkelijkhuizen
Large or small? African elephant tusk sizes and the Dutch ivory trade and craft 225
Bernadeta Kufel-Diakowska
The Hamburgian Zinken perforators and burins - flint tools as evidence ofantler working 233

Social contexts
Heidi Luik, Mirja Ots, Liina Maldre
From the Neolithic to the Bronze Age: continuity and changes in bone artefacts in Saaremaa, Estonia 243
Florentina Oleniuc, Luminita Bejenaru
Preliminary Data Concerning the Manufacturing of Animal Raw Materials in the Chalcolithic Cucuteni B Settlement of Poduri-Dealul Ghindaru, Romania 263
Manuel Altamirano Garcia
Bone industry from the Bronze Age in Central Iberia. The Settlement of La Motilla Del Azuer 273
Justyna Baron
Ritual contexts of animal bone deposits from the Roman Iron Age settlement at Magnice, SWPoland 285
Felix Lang
Activity not Profession. Considerations about Bone Working in Roman Time 295
Magdalena Konczewska
Bone, horn and antler working in medieval Wrocław 305
Kamilla Pawłowska
The remains of a late medieval workshop in Inowroclaw (Kuyavia, Poland): horncores, antlers and bones 313
Authors' Adresses 321

Uniwersytet Wrocławski | Instytut Archeologii UWr | ul. Szewska 48 | 50-139 Wrocław | Telefon: 071-375-2975 | Fax: 071-3752-882 | e-mail

Kontakt | Poczta | Uniwersytet Wrocławski | Biblioteka Uniwersytecka