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interpretive potential of Mousterian debitage
Paul R. Fish
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Bordian facies, chaîne opératoire technocomplexes, the TCL “Denticulate Mousterian with Discoidal debitage” occurs after the Quina, and 5) the last TCL of these sequences is not the MTA, but a Denticulate Mousterian with Discoidal debitage and a “poorly known” TCL with Levallois debitage.
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