Long-distance connections in Vanuatu: New obsidian characterisations for the Makué site, Aore Island
Version of Record online: 24 FEB 2014
© 2014 Oceania Publications
Archaeology in Oceania
Volume 49, Issue 2, pages 110–116, July 2014
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Galipaud, J.-C., Reepmeyer, C., Torrence, R., Kelloway, S. and White, P. (2014), Long-distance connections in Vanuatu: New obsidian characterisations for the Makué site, Aore Island. Archaeology in Oceania, 49: 110–116. doi: 10.1002/arco.5030
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Table S1. Summary technological and geochemical attributes of all samples. Source assignments based on geochemical analysis: K/B, Kutau/Bao; VL, Vanua Lava; U/U, Umrei/Umleang; ND, unsourced. Source designation using macroscopic assessment of source: BIS, Bismarck Archipelago; VAN, Vanuatu. # is an arbitrary number assigned by the Australian Museum.
Table S2. Geochemical data and summary statistics of four artefacts analysed with SEM–EDXA (major elements) and LA–ICP–MS (trace elements).
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