Frequency and directions of pathways in the development of bifacial edges on cores made on flake blanks.
figureposted on 08.07.2016, 16:33 by Mark W. Moore, Yinika Perston
Arrows indicate the direction of the transition, and red numerals indicate the number of times a transition occurred in the experiments. The number of independent platforms are in parentheses.
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