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An actualistic butchery study in South Africa and its implications for reconstructing hominid strategies of carcass acquisition and butchery in the Upper Pleistocene and PLio-Pleistocene

TitleAn actualistic butchery study in South Africa and its implications for reconstructing hominid strategies of carcass acquisition and butchery in the Upper Pleistocene and PLio-Pleistocene
Publication TypeThesis
Year of Publication2000
AuthorsNILSSEN, P. J.
Academic DepartmentDepartment of Archaeology
UniversityUniversity of Cape Town
CityCape Town
Thesis TypeDoctor
Publication LanguageEnglish
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