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The application of 3D modeling and spatial analysis in the study of groundstones used in wild plants processing

In recent years, several works have proved the reliability of the application of 3D modeling and spatial analysis in the study of stone tool use. Monitoring surface morphometry resulting from the use of lithic tools has the potential to objectively quantify and identify patterns of modifications associated to specific activities and worked materials. In particular, the...

An integrated method for understanding the function of macro-lithic tools. Use wear, 3D and spatial analyses of an Early Upper Palaeolithic assemblage from North Eastern Italy

anonymous reviewers for their careful reading of the manuscript and constructive comments, which helped us to improve the first version of the article. Conceptualization: Isabella Caricola, Andrea Zupancich ... , Emanuela Cristiani. Funding acquisition: Emanuela Cristiani. Investigation: Isabella Caricola, Andrea Zupancich, Daniele Moscone, Giuseppina Mutri, Methodology: Isabella Caricola, Andrea Zupancich, Daniele

Dental calculus and isotopes provide direct evidence of fish and plant consumption in Mesolithic Mediterranean

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Early evidence of stone tool use in bone working activities at Qesem Cave, Israel

Classics, Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, ItalyFlavia Venditti & Cristina Lemorini AuthorsSearch for Andrea Zupancich in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google ScholarSearch for Stella Nunziante ... Correspondence to Andrea Zupancich. Supplementary information PDF files1.Supplementary Information Rights and permissions This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International

Fat Residue and Use-Wear Found on Acheulian Biface and Scraper Associated with Butchered Elephant Remains at the Site of Revadim, Israel

The archaeological record indicates that elephants must have played a significant role in early human diet and culture during Palaeolithic times in the Old World. However, the nature of interactions between early humans and elephants is still under discussion. Elephant remains are found in Palaeolithic sites, both open-air and cave sites, in Europe, Asia, the Levant, and Africa...