David C. Hyland
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The “Venus” figurines: textiles, basketry, gender, and status in the Upper Paleolithic
O Soffer, JM Adovasio, DC Hyland, MD Gvozdover, J Habu, JK Kozlowski, ...
Current Anthropology 41 (4), 511-537, 2000
2182000
Identification of the species of origin of residual blood on lithic material
DC Hyland, JM Tersak, JM Adovasio, MI Siegel
American Antiquity 55 (1), 104-112, 1990
1011990
Textiles and cordage: a preliminary assessment
JM Adovasio, DC Hyland, O Soffer
Pavlov I-Northwest, 403-424, 1997
461997
Perishable technologies and the genesis of the Eastern Gravettian
O Soffer, JM Adovasio, DC Hyland, B Klima, J Svoboda
Anthropologie (1962-), 43-68, 1998
411998
Perishable technologies and the genesis of the Eastern Gravettian
O Soffer, JM Adovasio, DC Hyland, B Klima, J Svoboda
Anthropologie (1962-), 43-68, 1998
411998
Lithic technology at the Mitchell locality of Blackwater Draw: a stratified Folsom site in eastern New Mexico
AT Boldurian, DC Hyland, RA Anderson
Plains Anthropologist 35 (130), i-i, 1990
401990
Perishable industries from Dolní Vestonice I: new insights into the nature and origin of the Gravettian
O Soffer, JM Adovasio, DC Hyland, JS Illingworth, B Klima, J Svoboda
Archaeol, Ethnol Anthropol Eurasia 2, 48-65, 2001
322001
Perishable technologies and invisible people: nets, baskets, and “Venus” wear ca. 26,000 BP
O Soffer, JM Adovasio, DC Hyland
Enduring records: the environmental and cultural heritage of wetlands, 233-45, 2001
242001
Textil, košıkárstvı a sıte v mladém paleolitu Moravy
JM Adovasio, O Soffer, DC Hyland, B Klíma, J Svoboda
Textiles, Basketry, and Nets in Upper Paleolithic Moravia.) Archeol Rozhledy …, 1999
191999
Perishable industries from the Windover Bog: an unexpected window into the Florida Archaic
JM Adovasio, RL Andrews, DC Hyland, JS Illingworth
North American Archaeologist 22 (1), 1-90, 2001
182001
Textiles and cordage
JM Adovasio, O Soffer, DC Hyland
Pavlov I Southeast. A Window into the Gravettian Lifestyles 14, 432-443, 2005
172005
The Mexican connection: A study of sociotechnical change in perishable manufacture and food production in prehistoric New Mexico
DC Hyland, JM Adovasio
Beyond Cloth and Cordage: Archaeological Textile Research in the Americas …, 2000
142000
The perishable artifacts
DC Hyland, JM Adovasio, JS Illingworth
Richard S. MacNeish and Jane G. Libby, 291-416, 2003
102003
Pleistocene textiles in the Russian Far East: impressions from some of the world’s oldest pottery
DC Hyland, IS Zhushchikhovskaya, VE Medvedev, AP Derevianko, ...
Anthropologie (1962-) 40 (1), 1-10, 2012
92012
More on the “Venus” figurines
KH Schlesier, O Soffer, JM Adovasio, DC Hyland
Current anthropology 42 (3), 410-412, 2001
92001
Perishable industries and the colonization of the East European Plain
JM Adovasio, DC Hyland, O Soffer, B Klima
Fleeting Identities: Perishable Material Culture in Archaeological Research …, 2001
92001
Perishable technology and early human populations in the New World
JM Adovasio, DC Hyland, O Soffer
On Being First: Cultural Consequences of First Peopling. Jason Gillespie …, 2001
92001
The Well Dressed" Venus": Women's Wear ca. 27,000
O Soffer, JM Adovasio, DC Hyland
92000
Perishable Technology from the Hiscock Site
JM Adovasio, RS Laub, JS Illingworth, JH McAndrews, DC Hyland
Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 37, 272-280, 2003
82003
Perishable industries from the Jornada Basin, south-central New Mexico.
DC Hyland
81998
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