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Table of Contents
|List of Figures||p. vii|
|List of Tables||p. xi|
|Experimentation and Interpretation in Mesoamerican Lithic Technology||p. 3|
|The Behavioral Model in Maya Core-Blade Technology: A Historical View||p. 10|
|A Review of Twentieth-Century Mesoamerican Obsidian Studies||p. 15|
|Blade-Making Techniques from the Old World: Insights and Applications to Mesoamerican Obsidian Lithic Technology||p. 55|
|Mexica Blade Making with Wooden Tools: Recent Experimental Insights||p. 72|
|Handheld Prismatic Blade Manufacture in Mesoamerica||p. 98|
|Pecked and Scored Initiations: Early Classic Core-Blade Production in the Central Maya Lowlands||p. 108|
|Measurable Flintknapping||p. 120|
|The Maya Eccentric: Evidence for the Use of the Indirect Percussion Technique in Mesoamerica from Preliminary Experiments Concerning Their Manufacture||p. 132|
|Alternative Techniques for Producing Mesoamerican-Style Pressure Flaking Patterns on Obsidian Bifaces||p. 147|
|From the Quarry Pit to the Trash Pit: Comparative Core-Blade Technology at Tula, Hidalgo, and the Ucareo Obsidian Source Region||p. 153|
|The Kaminaljuyu Production Sequence for Obsidian Prismatic Blades: Technological Characteristics and Research Questions||p. 170|
|The Xochicalco Production Sequence for Obsidian Prismatic Blades: Technological Analysis and Experimental Inferences||p. 182|
|Biface Production and Craft Specialization: A View from Sierra de las Navajas, Hidalgo||p. 197|
|Measuring Prehistoric Craftsman Skill: Contemplating Its Application to Mesoamerican Core-Blade Research||p. 208|
|Craftsmanship and Craft Specialization||p. 220|
|Experimentation and Interpretation in Mesoamerican Lithic Technology: A Look to the Future||p. 234|
|Bibliography of Quarry Studies||p. 239|
|Publication History of Major Journals||p. 241|
|Bibliography of Dissertations and Theses||p. 253|
|Combined Bibliography of Journal Samples, Dissertations, and Theses||p. 263|
|Bibliography of Replication and Ethnographic Studies||p. 271|
|Explanation of the Cases Documented in Table 16.2||p. 273|
|List of Contributors||p. 341|
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