TEKNIK PEMBUATAN SERPIH BILAH
DENGAN PENDEKATAN ARKEOLOGI EKSPERIMENTAL

TEKNIK PEMBUATAN SERPIH BILAH DENGAN PENDEKATAN ARKEOLOGI EKSPERIMENTAL

Journal

Subject and more

  • LCC Subject Category: Archaeology, Social Sciences, Sociology, History
  • Publisher's keywords: Experiment, duplication, blades-flake, mental ability
  • Language of fulltext: indonesian
  • Full-text formats available: PDF
  • Time From Submission to Publication: 8

AUTHORS

    Ansar Rasyid

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ABSTRACT

The theme of the research is the technique of making blades using an experimental archaeological approach. This experimental activity used as a reference to explain the possible ways in which human beings produce artifacts. This research has two problems, how the process of making blades by direct sampling techniques and what forms are generated from the selection of striking platform at random and in one flat plane on the material. The purpose of this study is to find out the possibility of the ways of human life of the past in terms of making stone tools and to know in detail the process of making blades. The methods used include data collection, data processing and data interpretation by analyzing based on the process of making the blades and the resulting shapes. Experimental results by flake artefacts, show human skill in making tools and mental ability to think and prepare the operational sequence. The operational sequences in this experiment can illustrate the sequence of processes of making the actual type of stone artefacts.

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