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On the Subsistence Ecology of the "Late Inland Millingstone Horizon'' in Southern Caifornia


In this paper, "Millingstone Horizon" is meant to refer to archaeological cultures (or sites or assemblages) where the dominant food processing technology is the mano and metate and whose ecological adaptation is thought to be very heavily dependent on plant foods.

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