peter boyer

James Conolly,Ph.D.

James Conolly,Ph.D. is an archaeologist from University College London, specializes in lithics (stone tools) at Çatalhöyük. More specifically, he studies, records, and illustrates the chipped-stone artifacts - those made by knocking off chips to shape the final tool (rather than tools made by pecking, grinding and polishing).

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