Hunting and Animal Exploitation in the Later Palaeolithic and Mesolithic of Eurasia

Gail Larsen Peterkin, Harvey M. Bricker, and Paul Mellars, Editors
Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association Number 4




Introduction: The Study of Paleolithic and Mesolithic Hunting
Harvey M. Bricker, Paul Mellars, and Gail Larsen Peterkin

Weapon Technology, Prey Size Selection, and Hunting Methods in Modern Hunter-Gatherers: Implications for Hunting in the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic
Steven E. Churchill

Mousterian Technology as Adaptive Response: A Case Study
Steven L. Kuhn

Early Upper Paleolithic Approaches to Bone and Antler Projectile Technology
Heidi Knecht

Lithic and Organic Hunting Technology in the French Upper Paleolithic
Gail Larsen Peterkin

Variability and Function among Gravette Points from Southwestern France
Francis B. Harrold

Upper Paleolithic Hunting Tactics and Weapons in Western Europe
Lawrence Guy Straus

The Development of the Bow in Western Europe: A Technological and Functional Perspective
Christopher A. Bergman

Small Animal Exploitation and its Relation to Hunting, Scavenging, and Gathering in the Italian Mousterian
Mary C. Stiner

Hunting in the Gravettian: An Examination of Evidence from Southwestern France
Anne Pike-Tay and Harvey M. Bricker

Applied Skeletochronology: The Horse as Human Prey During the Pleniglacial in Southwestern France
Ariane Burke

Upper Paleolithic Procurement and Processing Strategies in Southwest France
Katherine V. Boyle

Simulating Mammoth Hunting and Extinction: Implications for the Late Pleistocene of the Central Russian Plain
Steven Mithen

Season and Reason: The Case for a Regional Interpretation of Mesolithic Settlement Patterns
Peter Rowley-Conwy

Lithic Use-Wear Evidence for Hunting by Neandertals and Early Modern Humans from the Levantine Mousterian
John J. Shea

Zarzian Microliths from Warwasi Rockshelter, Iran: Scalene Triangles as Arrow Components
Deborah I. Olszewski

Variability in Hunter-Gatherer Seasonal Mobility in the Southern Levant: From the Mousterian to the Natufian
Daniel E. Lieberman

The Human Food Niche in the Levant Over the Past 150,000 Years
Michael P. Neeley and Geoffrey A. Clark

Issues in Paleolithic and Mesolithic Research
T. Douglas Price

Comments on This Volume and Recent Research by Scholars in Non-Anglophone Europe
Marcel Otte

    • Hunting and Animal Exploitation in the Later Paleolithic and Mesolithic of Eurasia
      ISBN 0-913167-61-4
      viii + 252 pages
      8-1/2 x 11

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