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  • Mano/metate info

    Interesting article on mano and metate types .

    https://desert.com/mano-metate/

    This site has a lot of good stuff in it's 'Field Journal' section.
    California

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    Thanks Tom, good read.
    Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan

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    • #3
      Interesting that both this author and author of article in Paleorient are ground stone tool authorities who strongly advocate standardized typology.
      (Hmm.... I prob’ly have easier time memorizing their version Overstreet’s coz prob’ly not so folksy....🤭)
      Digging in GA, ‘bout a mile from the Savannah River

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      • Hal Gorges
        Hal Gorges commented
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        Paleo what,?..back to school,!

      • Cecilia
        Cecilia commented
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        It’s got accents over certain letters in spelling too, but iPad doesn’t type European. It’s a French archeological journal. Geez, Hal, you gotta get out more....expand your horizons!
        (It’s in English, but once I (tried) to read an article from “International Journal of Fracture” and I don’t think that was in English.....)

    • #4
      Solid read
      Near the PA/Ohio state line

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