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The Lower Paleolithic of Romania: A Critical Review
The origins of stone tool technology in Africa: a historical perspective
osteodontokeratic industry as defined by Dart [32] was largely discredited.
Historical Overview of Australopithecus
and other animals. • Because no stone tools could be found, Dart proposed that australopithecines had an osteodontokeratic tool/weapon industry.
Early Hominids Early Hominids Early Hominids
Makapansgat. ▪ South Africa. ▪ Raymond Dart, 1947.
Dibble et al_Fontechevade.indd
resemble archaeological “industries” or “cultures” left be- hind by culture-bearing people.

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Osteodontokeratic industry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The osteodontokeratic industry is a theoretical construct of the anthropologist, Raymond Dart.
Osteodontokeratic tool industry -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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Dictionary - Definition of Osteodontokeratic
Osteodontokeratic industry, The Osteodontokeratic industry is a theoretical construct of the anthropologist, Raymond Dart.
The Lower Paleolithic of Romania: a Critical Review (Adrian Dobos

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