Hunting meat and scavenging marrow: A seasonal explanation for Middle Stone Age subsistence strategies at Klasies River Mouth
Outram, Alan K
University of Exeter
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[FIRST PARAGRAPH] The interpretation of the Klasies River Mouth ungulate bone assemblage has been a major point of controversy for over a decade. Over this time, there have been attacks and counter-attacks passed between Lewis Binford and Richard Klein. Just about every major name in the field has published comment on the issue, but to no clear resolve
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Outram, A.K (2000). Hunting meat and scavenging marrow: A seasonal explanation for Middle Stone Age subsistence strategies at Klasies River Mouth. In: Rowley-Conwy. P (ed.) 'Animal Bones and Human Societies': pp 20-27. Oxford: Oxbow Books.