Developing a tool for using Dental Cementum to explore seasonality of the Early-Middle Epipalaeolithic Azraq Basin, Jordan. . Jennifer Jones: [email protected] Postgraduate Zooarchaeology Forum (PZAF) 14 th November 2009 Cardiff University. Epipalaeolithic in the Azraq Basin.
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Jennifer Jones: [email protected]
Postgraduate Zooarchaeology Forum (PZAF)
14th November 2009
Key Themes in Epipalaeolthic
(Adapted from Garrard et al, 1994:178)
An example of the level of deflation at the sites.
The site of Kharaneh IV, an extensive, site, reminiscent of a tell.
thin translucent band.
Opaque outermost band
Outermost thin translucent band.
A photomicrograph of the dentine-cement junction of the distal root of Specimen 2
dentine-cement junction of the outer edge of the distal root edge of Specimen 4
Specimen 24, Wadi Jilat 6. The resin did not impregnate the tooth well, leaving air gaps, and causing the cement to pull away from the root, meaning that cement banding was obscured.
Many thanks to:
...and all members of the Epipalaeolithic Foragers in Azraq Project (EFAP).