Veerle Rots
Veerle Rots
FNRS, University of Liège
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Prehension and hafting traces on flint tools: a methodology
V Rots
Universitaire Pers Leuven, 2010
Projectiles and the abuse of the use-wear method in a search for impact
V Rots, H Plisson
Journal of Archaeological Science 48, 154-165, 2014
Aspects of tool production, use, and hafting in Palaeolithic assemblages from Northeast Africa
V Rots, P Van Peer, PM Vermeersch
Journal of human evolution 60 (5), 637-664, 2011
Insights into early Middle Palaeolithic tool use and hafting in Western Europe. The functional analysis of level IIa of the early Middle Palaeolithic site of Biache-Saint-Vaast …
V Rots
Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (1), 497-506, 2013
Early evidence of complexity in lithic economy: core-axe production, hafting and use at Late Middle Pleistocene site 8-B-11, Sai Island (Sudan)
V Rots, P Van Peer
Journal of Archaeological Science 33 (3), 360-371, 2006
Microwear and residue analyses in perspective: the contribution of ethnoarchaeological evidence
V Rots, BS Williamson
Journal of Archaeological Science 31 (9), 1287-1299, 2004
Towards an understanding of hafting: the macro-and microscopic evidence
V Rots
Antiquity 77 (298), 805-815, 2003
The functional analysis of the Mousterian and Micoquian assemblages of Sesselfelsgrotte, Germany: Aspects of tool use and hafting in the European Late Middle Palaeolithic …
V Rots
Quartär–Internationales Jahrbuch zur Erforschung des Eiszeitalters und der …, 2009
A story of colourful diggers and grinders: The Sangoan and Lupemban at site 8-B-11, Sai Island, Northern Sudan
P Van Peer, V Rots, JM Vroomans
Before Farming 2004 (3), 1-28, 2004
Focus on the target. The importance of a transparent fracture terminology for understanding projectile points and projecting modes
J Coppe, V Rots
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 12, 109-123, 2017
Blind tests shed light on possibilities and limitations for identifying stone tool prehension and hafting
V Rots, L Pirnay, P Pirson, O Baudoux
Journal of Archaeological Science 33 (7), 935-952, 2006
Pressure flaking to serrate bifacial points for the hunt during the MIS5 at Sibudu Cave (South Africa)
V Rots, C Lentfer, VC Schmid, G Porraz, NJ Conard
PloS one 12 (4), e0175151, 2017
Making sense of residues on flaked stone artefacts: learning from blind tests
V Rots, E Hayes, D Cnuts, C Lepers, R Fullagar
PloS one 11 (3), e0150437, 2016
Hafting traces on flint tools: possibilities and limitations of macro-and microscopic approaches
V Rots
KU Leuven, Leuven, Belgium, 2002
Wear traces and the interpretation of stone tools
V Rots
Journal of Field Archaeology 30 (1), 61-73, 2005
Residue and microwear analyses of the stone artifacts from Schöningen
V Rots, BL Hardy, J Serangeli, NJ Conard
Journal of Human Evolution 89, 298-308, 2015
Projectiles and hafting technology
V Rots
Multidisciplinary approaches to the study of Stone Age weaponry, 167-185, 2016
The contribution of ethnoarchaeological macro-and microscopic wear traces to the understanding of archaeological hide-working processes
S Beyries, V Rots
Prehistoric technology: 40 years later: functional studies and the Russian …, 2008
Bright spots and the question of hafting
V Rots
Anthropologica et praehistorica 113, 61-71, 2002
A techno-functional perspective on quartz micro-notches in Sibudu's Howiesons Poort indicates the use of barbs in hunting technology
P de la Peña, N Taipale, L Wadley, V Rots
Journal of Archaeological Science 93, 166-195, 2018
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