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illustration of lithic artefacts

Hazel E. Martingell

illustration of lithic artefacts

a guide to drawing stone tools for specialist reports

by Hazel E. Martingell

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Published by Lithic Studies Society, Association of Archaeological Illustrators & Surveyors in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Hazell Martingell and Alan Saville.
SeriesLSS occasional paper -- no.3, Technical paper / AAI&S -- no.9
ContributionsSaville, Alan, 1946-, Association of Archaeological Illustrators & Surveyors., Lithic Studies Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination30p. ;
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18804507M
ISBN 100951324608

  Drawing lithic illustrations is bound to rules and conventions anybody can learn. Of course it helps if you have a deft hand at drawing but this style of drawing is a craft, not an art form. A craft anybody can learn with a little : Yannick Raczynski-Henk. the most prominent. Drawing lithic illustrations is bound to rules and conventions anybody can learn. Of course it helps if you have a deft hand at drawing, but this style of drawing is a craft, not an art form. A craft anybody can learn with a little perseverance. Starting from there, Yannick gives courses in drawing artefacts.

  It discusses the use of reflectance transformation imaging for documenting archaeological artifacts, flaked stone lithic artifacts in this case. For more information, including downloadable data. Archeology: Lithic Illustration: Drawing Flaked Stone Artifacts for Publication. Lucile R. Addington. Anta Montet‐White. University of Kansas. Search for more papers by this author. Anta Montet‐White. University of Kansas. Search for more papers by this author. First published: December Author: Anta Montet‐White.

A new, revised manual of archaeological illustrating, largely written by and for students, intended to aid the archaeologist with no formal training in art or drafting. Discussed under separate sections are basic tools and techniques, the rendering of maps, architectural floor plans and reconstructions, stratigraphic sections, relief monuments, ceramics, ceramic figurines, lithic artifacts. Lithic analysis, especially in combination with lithic replication and experimental archaeology, tends to focus on technological aspects of the evidence, as reflected by the bulk of the attributes that lithic analysts commonly measure. Other approaches, such as stylistic and use-oriented ones, are also common, however.


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The illustration of lithic artefacts: a guide to drawing stone tools for specialist reports Author: Hazel Martingell ; Alan Saville ; Association of Archaeological Illustrators and Surveyors.

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You can read the Drawing Lithic Artefacts book on our website in any convenient format. 9 and 18), or by depicting the intersection as a dashed or stippled line rather than a solid one. All lithic flake tools have an under surface (bulbar or ventral) and an upper surface (dorsal). Normally only the dorsal surface is illustrated, together with a side view or a cross-section or Size: 1MB.

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gell and e | 30 pages, 32 figs | (ISBN 0 0 8) | Download PDF GAG & IFA members – £ + 80p P&P Non-members – £ + 80p P&P. Fishpond New Zealand, Drawing Lithic Artefacts by YannickRaczynski-HenkBuy. Books online: Drawing Lithic Artefacts,flint Other symbols Microliths 3 Preperations Introduction Residue and use-wear analysis Digital illustration Supply list Function of the assorted supplies The work Brand: Sidestone Press.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Lithic illustration by Lucile R. Addington, Cited by:   1 Introduction Art or craft Why draw in the digital age Reading guide 2 Conventions Introduction Terminology Angle of incidence Projections French or American projection Lines Ripples The ventral surface Burins Polished artefacts Natural phenomena and damage Burnt flint Other symbols Microliths 3 Preperations Author: Yannick Raczynski-Henk.

Illustrating Lithic Artifacts: Information for Scientific Illustrators Philip G. Chase Department of Anthropology University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona Abstract The illustration of archaeological artifacts in North America tends to be of uneven quality and this is especially true of flaked stone ar tifacts.

In general, this results from. Lithic Illustration: Drawing Flaked Stone Artifacts for Publication: Addington, Lucile R.: Books - or: Lucile R. Addington. Addington, L. R.,Lithic g Flaked Stone Artifacts for sity of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Google Scholar. Although alternatives have become available, pen and ink drawings of stone tools dominate archaeological publications.

Despite the existence of a conventional illustration framework, the work produced by illustrators can be inconsistent and hinges on.However, all these methodologies do not meet the standard requirements at the basis of the illustration of lithic artefacts (Martingell and Saville, ).

In this paper, a novel method to automatically create documentation of lithic artefacts, in the form of manual-like 2D drawings, is by: 1.This book is the first comprehensive manual on stone artifact analysis, with detailed examples of how to measure, record and analyse stone tools and stone tool production debris.

Logically ordered, clearly written and well illustrated, it is designed for students and professional archaeologists. The first section provides the necessary background information, introducing the reader to lithic 5/5(1).