Archaeological Hammers and Theories by James A. Moore, Arthur S. Keene

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A. Gould 1980:71—72) are either left in place or cached in proximity. As a specific example, 92% of mongongo nut-cracking stones, the largest and heaviest abundant objects mapped on abandoned Bushmen campsites, occur within the inner circle of camp refuse, and half of these stones are still associated with mongongo nut shells (DeBoer 1978; Yellen 1977a). In contrast, light useful objects with high replacement costs are likely to be curated. Replacement cost as a condition of this proposition can be broken down into procurement cost and manufacturing cost.

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