Supplementary Online Material: A new experimental methodology for assessing adhesive properties shows that Neandertals used the most suitable material available

Published: 29 Oct 2019 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/z69zs69mpg.1
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Rheology temperature and frequency sweeps, TGA, and Vickers hardness measurements of replica Paleolithic adhesives made of birch bark tar, pine resin, ochre, and beeswax. Full details can be found in the methods section of the paper "A new experimental methodology for assessing adhesive material properties shows that Neandertals used the most suitable material available".

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A new experimental methodology for assessing adhesive properties shows that Neandertals used the most suitable material available

Published in: Journal of Human Evolution

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    2019-10-29

    Published: 2019-10-29

    DOI: 10.17632/z69zs69mpg.1

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    Kozowyk, Paul (2019), “Supplementary Online Material: A new experimental methodology for assessing adhesive properties shows that Neandertals used the most suitable material available”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/z69zs69mpg.1

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Archeology, Experimental Archeology, Adhesive Property, Middle Paleolithic

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