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Michigan Archaeological Society Lecture: “Paleoindian Bifaces and Mobility: Questioning Assumptions”

Thursday, February 18, 2016
12:00 AM
Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, 434 South State Street, Ann Arbor, MI

Bifaces, often beautifully fashioned out of high-quality exotic flint, are hallmarks of the Paleoindian period. Most archaeologists view these bifaces as light-weight, flexible core-tools that allowed Paleoindians to exploit distant areas where the availability of suitable local flint was uncertain. This view is likely wrong....

 

To learn more about the Huron Valley Chapter of the Michigan Archaeological Society, please visit: http://miarch.org/chapters/huron-valley.html

This lecture is free and open to the public.

Speaker:
John D. Speth Professor Emeritus Department of Anthropology University of Michigan