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Oxytropidoceras posted a topic in Fossil NewsPerri, A., Widga, C., Lawler, D., Martin, T., Loebel, T., Farnsworth, K., Kohn, L. and Buenger, B., 2018. New Evidence of the Earliest Domestic Dogs in the Americas. bioRxiv, p.343574. https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2018/06/27/343574 https://www.biorxiv.org/content/biorxiv/early/2018/06/11/343574.full.pdf https://www.academia.edu/38045438/_American_Antiquity_2019_New_Evidence_of_the_Earliest_Dogs_in_the_Americas Leathlobhair, M.N., Perri, A.R., Irving-Pease, E.K., Witt, K.E., Linderholm, A., Haile, J., Lebrasseur, O., Ameen, C., Blick, J., Boyko, A.R. and Brace, S., 2018. The evolutionary history of dogs in the Americas. Science, 361(6397), pp.81-85. http://www.palaeobarn.com/sites/default/files/publications/NorthAmerica_CTVT_revised_3.pdf http://dro.dur.ac.uk/25675/2/25675S.pdf http://science.sciencemag.org/content/361/6397/81 A similar article about cats. Where Do Cats Come From? By Claudio Ottoni Friends of Asor. January 2019, vol. VII, no. 1. http://www.asor.org/anetoday/2019/01/Where-Do-Cats-Come-From An older Fossil forum post about dogs. A new evidence that humans have already cared for dogs 14,000 years ago By Kasia, February 20, 2018 in Fossil News http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/82140-a-new-evidence-that-humans-have-already-cared-for-dogs-14000-years-ago/&tab=comments#comment-870629 Yours, Paul H. "The past is never dead. It's not even past." William Faulkner, Act 1, Scene III, Requiem for a Nun (1951)
Oxytropidoceras posted a topic in Fossil NewsHow VR Helped Archaeologists Excavate a Fossil-Rich Submerged Cave NOVA, Evan Hadingham, Feb 8, 2018 http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/tech/how-vr-helped-archaeologists-excavate-a-fossil-rich-submerged-cave/ A apper is: Collins, S.V., Reinhardt, E.G., Rissolo, D., Chatters, J.C., Blank, A.N. and Erreguerena, P.L., 2015. Reconstructing water level in Hoyo , Quintana Roo, Mexico, implications for early Paleoamerican and faunal access. Quaternary Science Reviews, 124, pp. 68-83. http://www.academia.edu/19358907/Reconstructing_water_level_in_Hoyo_Negro_Quintana_Roo_Mexico_implications_for_early_Paleoamerican_and_faunal_access https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277379115300330 Yours, Paul H.
Fruitbat posted a topic in DocumentsThese are a few of the pdf files (and a few Microsoft Word documents) that I've accumulated in my web browsing. MOST of these are hyperlinked to their source. If you want one that is not hyperlinked or if the link isn't working, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll be happy to send it to you. Please note that this list will be updated continuously as I find more available resources. All of these files are freely available on the Internet so there should be no copyright issues. Articles with author names in RED are new additions since September 2, 2014. Archaeology Projectile Points and Other Weapons North America Bever, M.R. and D.J. Meltzer (2007). Exploring Variation in Paleoindian Life Ways: The Third Revised Edition of the Texas Clovis Fluted Point Survey. Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological Society, 78. Buchanan, B. and M. Collard (2007). Investigating the peopling of North America through cladistic analyses of Early Paleoindian projectile points. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 26. Buchanan, B., et al. (2011). Points and prey: a quantitative test of the hypothesis that prey size influences early Paleoindian projectile point form. Journal of Archaeological Science, 38. Buchanan, B., et al. (2007). A Morphometric Approach to Assessing Late Paleoindian Projectile Point Variability on the Southern High Plains. Plains Anthropologist, Vol.52, Number 203. Calame, D., et al. Andice/Bell/Calf Creek Points from Frio, Medina and Uvalde Counties. Cannon, K.P. (1993). Paleoindian Use of Obsidian in the Greater Yellowstone Area. Yellowstone Science. Cooper, J.R. and R.M. Byerley (2005). The Significance of a Second Folsom Projectile Point from Bonfire Shelter, Texas. CRP 22. Deis, R.W. (2004). Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Rose Spring Projectile Points in the North-Central Sierra Nevada. Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, Vol.17. Ellis, C. (2004). Understanding "Clovis" Fluted Point Variability in the Northeast: A Perspective from the Debert Site, Nova Scotia. Canadian Journal of Archaeology, 28. Erwin, J.C., et al. (2005). Form and Function of Projectile Points and the Trajectory of Newfoundland Prehistory. Canadian Journal of Archaeology, 29. Goodyear, A.C. (2006). Recognizing the Redstone Fluted Point in the South Carolina Paleoindian Point Database. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 23. Grayson, D.K. and D.J. Meltzer (2002). Clovis Hunting and Large Mammal Extinction: A Critical Review of the Evidence. Journal of World Prehistory, Vol.16, Number 4. Hall, J.B. (2004). Pointing it Out: Fluted Projectile Point Distributions and Early Human Populations in Saskatchewan. Masters Thesis - University of Saskatchewan. Hamza, A. (2013). Cultural Differences or Archaeological Constructs: An Assessment of Projectile Point Variability from Late Middle Prehistoric Sites on the Northwest Great Plains. Masters Thesis - University of Lethbridge. Heath, D. (2003). Indian Artifacts of the Columbia River Priest Rapids to the Columbia River Gorge. Identification Guide Volume 1. Hill, M.G. (1994). Paleoindian Projectile Points from the Vicinity of Silver Mound (47JA21), Jackson County, Wisconsin. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology, Vol.19, Number 2. Holen, S.R. and M.P. Muniz (2005). A Flattop Chalcedony Clovis Biface Cache from Northeast Colorado. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 22. Hranicky, W.J. (2003). Prehistoric Projectile Points Found Along the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Universal Publishers, USA. Kraft, K.C. (1993). Corner-Tang Stone Artifacts of the Plains. Masters Thesis - Texas Tech University. Krautkramer, J. (2009). Cultural Transmission, Style and Continuous Variation Among North Central Sierra Nevada Projectile Points. Masters Thesis - California State University, Chico. Langenwalter, P.E., et al. (2001). A Sea Otter (Enhydra lutris) Femur with Embedded Projectile Point Fragment from a Late Prehistoric Camp Site in Long Beach, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, Vol.37, Number 1. Lyman, R.L., T.L. Vanpool and M.J. O'Brien (2009). The diversity of North American projectile-point types, before and after the bow and arrow. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 28. Lyndon, M.G. (2005). Projectile Points as Indicators of Preceramic Occupation of the Coconino Plateau. Masters Thesis - Northern Arizona University. Meltzer, D.J. and J.R. Cooper (2006). On Morphometric Differentiation of Clovis and Non-Clovis Blades. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 23. Mills, W.W., M.F. Rondeau and T.L. Jones (2005). A Fluted Point from Nipomo, San Luis Obispo County, California. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, Vol.25, Number 2. Morrow, J.E. (1995). Clovis Projectile Point Manufacture: A Perspective from the Ready/Lincoln Hills Site, 11JY46, Jersey County, Illinois. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology, Vol.20, Number 2. Nisbet, R.A. (1981). The Lanceolate Projectile Point in Southwestern Oregon: A Perspective from the Applegate River. Masters Thesis - Oregon State University. O'Grady, P., S.P. Thomas and M.F. Rondeau (2009). Recent Fluted-Point Finds in Oregon. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 26. O'Grady, P., S.P. Thomas and M.F. Rondeau (2008). The Sage Hen Gap Fluted Point Site, Harney County, Oregon. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 25. Rondeau, M.F. and T.T. Taylor A Fragmentary Fluted Point from Silurian Valley, San Bernardino County, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, Vol.39, Number 1. Silva, R.J. (2009). Common Middle Archaic and Early Agricultural Period Points in Southern Arizona. Archaeology Southwest, Vol.23(1). Smallwood, A.M. (2006). Use-Wear Analysis of the Clovis Biface Collection from the Gault Site in Central Texas. Masters Thesis - Texas A&M University. Smallwood, A.M. and A.C. Goodyear (2009). Reworked Clovis Biface Distal Fragments from the Topper Site, 38AL23: Implications for Clovis Technological Organization in the Central Savannah River Region. Archaeology: North America. Smith, G.M., et al. (2013). Points in Time: Direct Radiocarbon Dates on Great Basin Projectile Points. American Antiquity, 78(3). Steffy, K. and A.C. Goodyear (2006). Clovis Macro Blades from the Topper Site, 38AL23, Allendale County, South Carolina. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 23. Stevens, N.E. and B.F. Codding (2009). Inferring the Function of Projectile Points from the Central Coast of Alta California. California Archaeology, Vol.1, Number 1. Thomas, D.H. (1981). How to Classify the Projectile Points from Monitor Valley, Nevada. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, Vol.3, Number 1. Thulman, D.K. (2007). A Typology of Fluted Points from Florida. The Florida Anthropologist, Vol.60(4). Titmus, G.L. and J.C. Woods (1991). A Closer Look at Margin "Grinding" on Folsom and Clovis Points. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, Vol.13, Number 2. White, A.A. (2004). Quick Guide to the Paleoindian Spear Points of Northeastern Indiana. IPFW Archaeological Survey. Woods, A.R. (2009). Distribution, Function, and Value of Parowan Valley Projectile Points. Masters Thesis - Brigham Young University. Wyckoff, D.G. (1996). The Westfahl and Engle Bifaces: Isolated Finds of Large Bifaces on the Southern Plains. Plains Anthropologist, Vol.41, Number 157. Central and South America Ciofalo, A.J. (2007). Maya Use and Prevalence of the Atlatl: Projectile Point Classification Functional Analysis from Chichen Itza, Tikal and Caracol. Masters Thesis - University of Central Florida. Des Lauriers, M.R. (2008). A Paleoindian Fluted Point from Isla Cedros, Baja California. Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology, 3. Klink, C. and M. Aldenderfer (2005). A Projectile Point Chronology for the South-Central Andean Highlands. In: Advances in Titicaca Basin Archaeology - 1, Stanish, C., A. Cohen and M. Aldenderfer (eds.), Cotsen Institute of Archaeology. Ritter, E.W. and J. Burcell (1998). Projectile Points from the Three Sisters' Lagoons of West Central Baja California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, Vol.34, Number 4. Africa Brown, K.S., et al. (2012). An early and enduring advanced technology originating 71,000 years ago in South Africa. Nature, Vol.491. Lombard, M. and L. Phillipson (2010). Indications of bow and stone-tipped arrow use 64,000 years ago in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Antiquity, 84. Sahle, Y., et al. (2013). Earliest Stone-Tipped Projectiles from the Ethiopian Rift Date to >279,000 Years Ago. PLoS ONE, 8(11). General Projectile Points Letourneux, C. and J.-M. Petillon (2008). Hunting lesions caused by osseous projectile points: experimental results and archaeological implications. Journal of Archaeoogical Science, 35. Rots, V. and H. Plisson (2013). Projectiles and the abuse of the wear-use method in a search for impact. Journal of Archaeological Science, xxx. (Article in press) Shea, J.J. (2006). The origins of lithic projectile point technology: evidence from Africa, the Levant and Europe. Journal of Archaeological Science, 33. Pictographs, Petroglyphs and Other Art North America Billo, E., R. Mark and J. Greer (2011). Hunters Shelter and White Oak Springs Pictographs: Pecos Miniature Art in the Guadalupe Mountains of Southern New Mexico. In: American Indian Rock Art, Volume 37. Greer, M. J. Greer and P. Whitehead (eds.), American Rock Art Research Association. Boyd, C.E., A.M. Castaneda and C.W. Koenig (2013). A Reassessment of Red Linear Pictographs in the Lower Pecos Canyonlands of Texas. American Antiquity, 78(3). Dudzik, M.J. (1995). Visions in Stone: The Rock Art of Minnesota. The Minnesota Archaeologist, 54. Hedges, K. (2005). Rock Art Sites at Palo Verde Point. Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, Vol.18. Koski, R.A., E.H. McGee and D.H. Thomas (1973). Pigment Composition of Prehistoric Pictographs of Gatecliff Shelter, Central Nevada. American Museum Novitates, Number 2521. Loendorf, L. (2010). Old Petroglyphs on the North American High Plains. IFRAO Conference Symposium: Pleistocene art of the Americas. Malotki, E. and H.D. Wallace (2011). Columbian Mammoth Petroglyphs from the San Juan River Near Bluff, Utah, United States. Rock Art Research, Vol.28, Number 2. Osburn, D.N. (1941). Petroglyph and Pictograph Site in the Finlay Mountains. Field & Laboratory, SMU, 9(1). Purdy, B.A., et al. (2011). Earliest art in the Americas: incised image of a proboscidean on a mineralized extinct animal bone from Vero Beach, Florida. Journal of Archaeological Science, 38. Sutherland, K. (2006). Rock Paintings at Hueco Tanks State Historic Site. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Tratebas, A.M. (2010). Late Pleistocene Petroglyph Traditions on the North America Plains. IFRAO Congress, September 2010 - Symposium: Pleistocene art of the Americas (Pre-Acts). Turpin, S.A. and L. Middleton (1998). Painted Pebbles from Archaic Contexts in 41VV156, a Rockshelter in the Lower Pecos Region, Val Verde County, Texas. La Tierra, Journal of the Southern Texas Archaeological Association, Vol.25, Number 3. Walker, D.N., et al. (2010). Paleoindian Portable Art from Wyoming, USA. IFRAO Congress Symposium: Pleistocene art of the Americas. Central and South America Stone, A. (1997). Regional Variation in Maya Cave Art. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, 59(1). Europe Caron, F., et al. (2011). The Reality of Neandertal Symbolic Behavior at the Grotte du Renne, Arcy-sur-Cure, France. PLoS ONE, 6(6). (Read on-line or download a copy.) Lasheras, J.A. The Cave of Altamira. 22,000 Years of History. Museo de Altamira. Ontanon, R. and P. Arias (2012). Decorated plaquettes from Magdalenian habitation floors in the Lower Gallery at La Garma (Cantabria, Spain). In: Pleistocene art of the World. Clottes, J. (dir.), Symposium art mobilier pleistocene, September 2010. Poikalainen, V. (2001). Palaeolithic Art from the Danube to Lake Baikal. Folklore, Vol.18-19. Shirokov, V. (2010). Art Pleistocene age in Southern Ural: Ignatievskaya and Serpievskaya 2 Caves. IFRAO Congress, September 2010-Symposium: Pleistocene art in Europe (Pre-Acts). Snow, D.R. (2006). Sexual dimorphism in Upper Palaeolithic hand stencils. Antiquity, 80. Wang, J.Z., et al. (2010). Determining the Sexual Identities of Prehistoric Cave Artists using Digitized Handprints - A Machine Learning Approach. MM'10. Zilhao, J. (2012). Personal Ornaments and Symbolism Among the Neanderthals. In: Origins of Human Innovation and Creativity. Developments in Quaternary Science, Vol.16. Africa Huyge, D. and D.A.G. Vandenberghe (2011). Confirming the Pleistocene age of the Qurta rock art. Egyptian Archaeology, EA39. Australia Cole, N. and A. Watchman (2005). AMS dating of rock art in the Laura Region, Cape York Peninsula, Australia - protocols and results of recent research. Antiquity, 79. Other Artifacts North America Calame, D. Guadalupe Bifaces from Frio and Medina Counties, Texas. Dickinson, P.J. (2001). Late Maritime Woodland (Ceramic) and Paleoindian End Scrapers: Stone Tool Technology. Masters Thesis - The University of Maine. Doran, G.H., D.N. Dickel and L.A. Newsom (1990). A 7,290-Year-Old Bottle Gourd from the Windover Site, Florida. American Antiquity, Vol.55, Number 2. Goodyear, A.C., et al. (2009). Exotic Clovis Stone Tools from the Topper Site, 38AL23, Allendale County, South Carolina. CRP26. Greer, J.W. (1968). Some Unusual Artifacts from Val Verde County, Texas. The Texas Journal of Science, Vol.XX, Number 2. Harington, C.R. and R.E. Morlan (1992). A Late Pleistocene Antler Artifact from the Klondike District, Yukon Territory, Canada. Arctic, Vol.45, Number 3. Koerper, H.C. and R.D. Mason (1998). A Red Ochre Cogged Stone from Orange County. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, Vol.34, Number 1. Koerper, H.C., M.Q. Sutton and P.A. Peterson An Unusual Donut-Shaped Artifact from CA-LAN-62. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, Vol.43, Number 4. Mandryk, C.A.S., et al. (2005). Possibly Human-Modified Mammoth Tusk and Bone from the Pleistocene of South Texas. Bull.Fla.Mus.Nat.Hist., 45(4). McConnell, R.B. and J.J. Crim (1941). Buried Hearths and Pottery in Alluvium of the Finlay Mountains, Texas. Field & Laboratory, SMU, 9(2). .McDonald, J.N. (2000). An Outline of the Pre-Clovis Archeology of SV-2, Saltville, Virginia, with Special Attention to a Bone Tool Dated 14,510 yr BP. Jeffersoniana, Number 9. Montgomery, P. (1978). Stone Artifacts from the Punchaw Lake Site (Area C): A Late Prehistoric Occupation in Central British Columbia. Masters Thesis - Simon Fraser University. Morrow, J.E. End Scraper Morphology and Use-Life: An Approach for Studying Paleoindian Lithic Technology and Mobility. Lithic Technology, Vol.22, Number 1. Tuohy, D.R. (2004). Archaeological Curved Throwing Sticks from Fish Cave, near Fallon, Nevada. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, Vol.24, Number 1. Central and South America Fujita, H. and G.P. de Paz. Prehistoric Quarrying and Stone Tool Production at El Pulguero, Baja California Sur, Mexico. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, Vol.39, Numbers 2&3. Yacubic, M.P. (2006). The Chipped Stone Tool Industries of Blackman Eddy, Belize. Masters Thesis - Brigham Young University. Europe Anastassova, E. (2008). Stone Tools from the Early Neolithic Site Dobroslavtsi, Sofia Region. In: Geoarchaeology and Archaeomineralogy. Kostov, R.I., B. Gaydarska and M. 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Documenta Praehistorica, XXXI. Soressi, M., et al. (2013). Neandertals made the first specialized bone tools in Europe. PNAS, Early Edition. Africa and the Middle East Kallweit, H. (2004). Lithics from the Emirates: the Abu Dhabi airport sites. Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies, 34. Kuhn, S.L., et al. (2001). Ornaments of the earliest Upper Paleolithic: New insights from the Levant. PNAS, Vol.98, Number 13. Minichillo, T.J. (2005). Middle Stone Age Lithic Study, South Africa: An Examination of Modern Human Origins. Ph.D. Dissertation - University of Washington. Soriano, S., P. Villa and L. Wadley (2007). Blade technology and tool forms in the Middle Stone Age of South Africa: the Howiesons Poort and post-Howiesons Poort at Rose Cottage Cave. Journal of Archaeological Science, 34. Villa, P., A. Delagnes and L. Wadley (2005). A late Middle Stone Age artifact assemblage from Sibudu (KwaZulu-Natal): comparisons with the European Middle Paleolithic. Journal of Archaeological Science, 32. Australia Gould, R.A. (1966). Some Stone Artifacts of the Wonkonguru of South Australia. American Museum Novitates, Number 2249. Gould, R.A. and J. Quilter (1972). Flat Adzes - a Class of Flaked Stone Tools from Southwestern Australia. American Museum Novitates, Number 2502. Smith, M.A. (2006). Characterizing Late Pleistocene and Holocene Stone Artefact Assemblages from Puritjarra Rock Shelter: A Long Sequence from the Australian Desert. Records of the Australian Museum, Vol.58. Asia Yamei, H., et al. (2000). Mid-Pleistocene Acheulean-Like Stone Technology of the Bose Basin, South China. Science, Vol.287. Zhao, C., et al. Early polished tools in South China evidence of the transition from Palaeolithic to Neolithic. Documenta Praehistorica, XXXI. Occupation Sites and Cultures North America Adovasio, J.M., et al. (1975). Excavations at Meadowcroft Rock Shelter, 1973-1974: A Progress Report. Pennsylvania Archaeologist, 45(3). Boisvert, R.A. (1999). 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Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological Society, 66. Hofman, J.L., et al. (1989). The Lipscomb Bison Quarry: Continuing Investigations at a Folsom Kill-Butchery Site on the Southern Plains. Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological Society, 60. Holliday, V.T., et al. (1994). Geoarchaeology and Geochronology of the Miami (Clovis) Site, Southern High Plains of Texas. Quaternary Research, 41. Husted, W.M. and R. Edgar (2002). The Archaeology of Mummy Cave, Wyoming: An Introduction to Shoshonean Prehistory. Midwest Archaeological Center Special Report Number 4 and Southeast Archaeological Center Technical Reports Series Number 9, United States Department of the Interior. Jopling, A.V., W.N. Irving and B.F. Beebe (1981). Stratigraphic, Sedimentological and Faunal Evidence for the Occurrence of Pre-Sangamonian Artefacts in Northern Yukon. Arctic, Vol.34, Number 1. Kunz, M., M. Bever and C. Adkins (2003). The Mesa Site: Paleoindians above the Arctic Circle. BLM-Alaska, Open File Report 86. 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