This book was originally published in 1954. Grahame Clark's excavations at Star Carr from 1949 to 1951 have long been regarded as a model of how archaeological investigation should be conducted. In addition to this, the importance of the site itself, the first early mesolithic site in Europe from which a full complement of bone, antler, wood and other organic material was recovered alongside the flint industry, has established for this report on the excavations a permanent place in all archaeological libraries. The book is now reissued.The elk phalanges can be distinguished from those of ox by the width for similar height a being much less in the ... were carrying them when they were killed and are distinguished from the forty-one shed antlers by having the pedicel and aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Excavations at Star Carr|
|Publisher||:||CUP Archive - 1954|