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Re: stone vs metal butchery

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Iain McKechnie <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 19 Jan 2017 06:33:42 +0000

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Dear Fiona,  
 
Thanks to Haskel, Ariane, and others for sharing the extensive list of cut mark papers.  
 
Forgive my being late to this thread, but may I suggest adding this recent paper to the list: 
 
Moretti, Erika, Simona Arrighi, Francesco Boschin, Jacopo Crezzini, Daniele Aureli and Annamaria Ronchitelli (2015) Using 3D Microscopy to Analyze Experimental Cut Marks on Animal Bones Produced with Different Stone Tools. Ethnobiology Letters 6(2):267–275.  
	http://ojs.ethnobiology.org/index.php/ebl/article/view/349 
 
This paper was published in a special guest edited issue of Ethnobiology Letters in late in 2015 and emerged from a 2014 session at ICAZ. I’ve pasted titles and links to the other papers below which are all open access. 
 
many cheers, 
 
Iain 
 
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Iain McKechnie 
Assistant Professor and Hakai Institute Scholar 
Department of Anthropology 
University of Victoria 
Email: [log in to unmask] 
Phone: 250-721-7351 
http://www.uvic.ca/socialsciences/anthropology/people/faculty/mckechnie-iain.php 
––––––––––––––– 
 
 
Ethnobiology Letters vol 6, no 2 Table of Contents:  
http://ojs.ethnobiology.org/index.php/ebl/issue/view/22/showToc 
 
 
Snapshots of Digital Scholarship in Zooarchaeology: Introduction to the Special Issue         
Iain McKechnie, Sarah Whitcher Kansa, and Steve Wolverton            
Ethnobiology Letters. 2015. 6(2):218‐223. DOI: 10.14237/ebl.6.2.2015.556 
http://ojs.ethnobiology.org/index.php/ebl/article/view/556/253 
 
Using Linked Open Data to Improve Data Reuse in Zooarchaeology 
Sarah Whitcher Kansa 
Ethnobiology Letters. 2015. 6(2):224‐231. DOI: 10.14237/ebl.6.2.2015.467 
http://ojs.ethnobiology.org/index.php/ebl/article/view/467 
 
Using Digital 3D Scanning to Create “Artifictions” of the Passenger Pigeon and Harelip Sucker, Two Extinct Species in Eastern North America: The Future Examines the Past 
Bruce L. Manzano, Bernard K. Means, Christopher T. Begley, and Mariana Zechini 
Ethnobiology Letters. 2015. 6(2):232‐241. DOI: 10.14237/ebl.6.2.2015.368 
http://ojs.ethnobiology.org/index.php/ebl/article/view/368 
 
Image-Based 3D Modeling as a Documentation Method for Zooarchaeological Remains in Waste-Related Contexts 
Stella Macheridis 
Ethnobiology Letters. 2015. 6(2):242-248. DOI: 10.14237/ebl.6.2.2015.342 
http://ojs.ethnobiology.org/index.php/ebl/article/view/342/256 
 
Data Collection in Zooarchaeology: Incorporating Touch-Screen, Speech-Recognition, Barcodes, and GIS 
W. Flint Dibble 
Ethnobiology Letters. 2015. 6(2):249‐257. DOI: 10.14237/ebl.6.2.2015.393 
http://ojs.ethnobiology.org/index.php/ebl/article/view/393 
 
A Look from the Inside: MicroCT Analysis of Burned Bones 
Francesco Boschin, Clément Zanolli, Federico bernardini, Francesco Princivalle, and Claudio Tuniz 
Ethnobiology Letters. 2015. 6(2):258‐266. DOI: 10.14237/ebl.6.2.2015.365 
http://ojs.ethnobiology.org/index.php/ebl/article/view/365 
 
Diversity and Demographics of Zooarchaeologists: Results from a Digital Survey 
Suzanne E. Pilaar Birch 
Ethnobiology Letters. 2015. 6(2):276–284. DOI: 10.14237/ebl.6.2.2015.469 
http://ojs.ethnobiology.org/index.php/ebl/article/view/469 
 
 
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> Von: Analysis of animal remains from archaeological sites <[log in to unmask]> im Auftrag von fiona beglane <[log in to unmask]> 
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 17. Januar 2017 16:15 
> An: [log in to unmask] 
> Betreff: Re: [ZOOARCH] stone vs metal butchery 
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> Thank you Haskel 
> Fiona 
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> Fiona Beglane PhD 
> Animal Bone Specialist 
> Licensed Archaeologist 
> Donegal, Ireland 
> 074 97 21937 
> 087 686 3914 (M) 
> Alternate email address: [log in to unmask] 
> Institute of Technology, Sligo 
> http://itsligo.academia.edu/fionabeglane 
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> On 17 Jan 2017, at 13:40, fiona beglane <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote: 
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> Hi Folks 
> I am looking for studies that have been done to differentiate between stone and metal tools for butchery.  I would be happy to have bibliographic references or even (!) pdfs and/or links. 
> As always looking forward to receiving your helpful replies. 
> Thank you 
> Fiona 
>  
> Fiona Beglane PhD 
> Animal Bone Specialist 
> Licensed Archaeologist 
> Donegal, Ireland 
> 074 97 21937 
> 087 686 3914 (M) 
> Alternate email address: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> 
> Institute of Technology, Sligo 
> http://itsligo.academia.edu/fionabeglane 
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> ------------------------------ 
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> Date:    Wed, 18 Jan 2017 19:07:16 +0000 
> From:    Haskel Greenfield <[log in to unmask]> 
> Subject: Re: stone vs metal butchery 
>  
> Hi. I have placed a number of my published articles on the subject on academia.edu and research gate. Enjoy. 
> All the best 
> Haskel 
>  
> Cut marks list of publications  
> by 
> HASKEL J. GREENFIELD 
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> -----Original Message----- 
> From: Analysis of animal remains from archaeological sites [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Burke Ariane 
> Sent: January-17-17 7:32 AM 
> To: [log in to unmask] 
> Subject: Re: [ZOOARCH] stone vs metal butchery 
>  
> Hi Fiona, 
>  
> Try these: 
>  
> Boschin, F. and J. Crezzini (2012). "Morphometrical Analysis on Cut Marks Using a 3D Digital Microscope." International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 22(5): 549-562. 
>  
> Greenfield, H. (1999). "The origins of metallurgy: distinguishing stone from metal cut-marks on bones from archaeological sites. ." Journal of Archaeological Science 26: 797-808. 
>  
> Lemke, A. K. (2013). "Cutmark systematics: Analyzing morphometrics and spatial patterning at Palangana." Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 32(1): 16-27. 
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> Olsen, S. L. (1988). The Identification of Stone and Metal Tool Marks on Bone Artifacts. Scanning Electron Microscopy in Archaeology. S. L. Olsen, BAR International Series 452. 
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> Dr. Ariane Burke, Professeure Titulaire, 
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> Directrice scientifique, Laboratoire d'Ecomorphologie et de Paleoanthropologie 
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> Universite de Montreal, Departement d'Anthropologie, 
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> C.P. 6128, Centre-Ville, 
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> Montreal, QC, 
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> Canada H3C 3J7 
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> http://www.hominindispersals.net/ 
>  
> ________________________________ 
> From: Analysis of animal remains from archaeological sites [[log in to unmask]] on behalf of fiona beglane [[log in to unmask]] 
> Sent: January 17, 2017 6:40 AM 
> To: [log in to unmask] 
> Subject: [ZOOARCH] stone vs metal butchery 
>  
> Hi Folks 
> I am looking for studies that have been done to differentiate between stone and metal tools for butchery.  I would be happy to have bibliographic references or even (!) pdfs and/or links. 
> As always looking forward to receiving your helpful replies. 
> Thank you 
> Fiona 
>  
> Fiona Beglane PhD 
> Animal Bone Specialist 
> Licensed Archaeologist 
> Donegal, Ireland 
> 074 97 21937 
> 087 686 3914 (M) 
> Alternate email address: [log in to unmask] Institute of Technology, Sligo http://itsligo.academia.edu/fionabeglane 
> [Haskel Greenfield] 

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