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2000
KNECHT, H., "Design Strategies of Early Upper Paleolithic Bone and Antler Projectile Technologies", La chasse dans la Préhistoire/ Hunting in Prehistory, vol. 111, Bruxelles, Societé Royale Belge d’Anthropologie et Préhistoire, pp. 28-36, 2000.
1997
GENESTE, J. M., and S. MAURY, "Contribution to multidisciplinary experimentation to the study of Upper Palaeolithic projectile points", Projectile technology, London, New York, Plenum, pp. 165-190, 1997.
ELLIS, C., "Factors Influencing the Use of Stone Projectile Tips: An Ethnographic Perspective", Projectile Technology, London, New York, Plenum, pp. 37-47, 1997.
KNECHT, H., "The history and development of projectile technology research", Projectile Technology, London, New York, Plenum, pp. 3-36, 1997.
KNECHT, H., "The history and development of projectile technology research", Projectile Technology, London, New York, Plenum, pp. 3-36, 1997.
CATTELAIN, P., "Hunting during the Upper Paleolithic: Bow, Spearthrower, or Both?", Projectile Technology, New York, Plenum Press, pp. 213-240, 1997.
KNECHT, H., "Projectile points of bone, antler, and stone: experimental explorations of manufacture and use", Projectile Technology, London, New York, Plenum, pp. 191-212, 1997.
KNECHT, H., "Projectile points of bone, antler, and stone: experimental explorations of manufacture and use", Projectile Technology, London, New York, Plenum, pp. 191-212, 1997.
KNECHT, H., Projectile Technology, , London, New York, Plenum, 1997.
1994
KNECHT, H., "Late Ice Age Hunting Technology", Scientific American, vol. 271, issue 1, pp. 82-87, 1994.
1993
KNECHT, H., "Splits and wedges: the techniques and technology of early Aurignacien antler working", Before Lascaux. The complex record of the early upper Paleolithic, New York, Boca Raton, CRC Press, pp. 137-162, 1993.
KNECHT, H., "Splits and wedges: the techniques and technology of early Aurignacien antler working", Before Lascaux. The complex record of the early upper Paleolithic, New York, Boca Raton, CRC Press, pp. 137-162, 1993.