Handbook Of Alabama Archaeology, Part 1 Point Types James W. Cambron

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Handbook Of Alabama Archaeology, Part 1 Point Types  by  James W. Cambron

Handbook Of Alabama Archaeology, Part 1 Point Types by James W. Cambron
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For many years there has been a need in the Southeast for a workable system of projectile point classification. Any number of people working in archaeology have attempted various taxonomic schemes from time to time in response to this long felt need.MoreFor many years there has been a need in the Southeast for a workable system of projectile point classification.

Any number of people working in archaeology have attempted various taxonomic schemes from time to time in response to this long felt need. In the past, most of these systems of classification have been based on certain look-alike characteristics, with an utter disregard for the cultural provenience of the objects being classified.

Archaeology has been reasonably successful in its classification of pottery. Great progress has been made during the past three decades in unravelling the prehistory of the various ceramic cultures in our area. During this same period, however, very little has been ascertained about the several thousand years of pre-ceramic occupations of which the major cultural determinants and diagnostic traits are stone implements, chiefly projectile points of flint.



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