Justin Bradfield
Justin Bradfield
Associate Professor, University of Johannesburg
Verified email at uj.ac.za
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A MACROFRACTURE STUDY OF BONE POINTS USED IN EXPERIMENTAL HUNTING WITH REFERENCE TO THE SOUTH AFRICAN MIDDLE STONE AGE
J Bradfield, M Lombard
South African Archaeological Bulletin 66 (193), 67-76, 2011
562011
The effects of Class I and II sized bovids on macrofracture formation and tool displacement: results of a trampling experiment in a southern African Stone Age context
J Pargeter, J Bradfield
Journal of Field Archaeology 37 (3), 238-251, 2012
412012
Results of utilitarian and accidental breakage experiments on bone points
J Bradfield, T Brand
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 7 (1), 27-38, 2015
382015
Southern African arrow poison recipes, their ingredients and implications for Stone Age archaeology
J Bradfield, M Lombard, L Wadley
Southern African Humanities 27 (1), 29-64, 2015
352015
Use-trace analysis of bone tools: a brief overview of four methodological approaches to
J Bradfield
South African Archaeological Bulletin 70 (201), 3-14, 2015
322015
Macrofractures on bone-tipped arrows: analysis of hunter-gatherer arrows in the Fourie collection from Namibia
J Bradfield
Antiquity 86 (334), 1179-1191, 2012
232012
The antiquity of bow-and-arrow technology: evidence from Middle Stone Age layers at Sibudu Cave
L Backwell, J Bradfield, KJ Carlson, T Jashashvili, L Wadley, F d'Errico
antiquity 92 (362), 289-303, 2018
222018
Pointed bone tool technology in southern Africa: results of use-trace analyses
J Bradfield
Southern African Humanities 27 (1), 1-27, 2015
192015
Investigating the potential of micro-focus computed tomography in the study of ancient bone tool function: results from actualistic experiments
J Bradfield
Journal of Archaeological Science, 2013
192013
New excavations at border cave, KwaZulu-natal, South Africa
LR Backwell, F d'Errico, WE Banks, P de la Peņa, C Sievers, D Stratford, ...
Journal of Field Archaeology 43 (6), 417-436, 2018
172018
Bone Point Functional Diversity: A Cautionary Tale from Southern Africa
J Bradfield
Osseous Projectile Weaponry: Towards an Understanding of Pleistocene …, 2016
152016
THE LAST OF THE LSA ON THE MAKGABENG PLATEAU, LIMPOPO PROVINCE
J Bradfield, S Holt, K Sadr
South African Archaeological Bulletin 64 (190), 176-183, 2009
152009
Pointed bone tool technology in southern Africa
JS Bradfield
University of Johannesburg, 2014
122014
Technological, functional and contextual aspects of the K2 and Mapungubwe worked bone industries
AR Antonites, J Bradfield, T Forssman
African Archaeological Review 33 (4), 437-463, 2016
112016
Identifying the animal species used to manufacture bone arrowheads in South Africa
J Bradfield, T Forssman, L Spindler, AR Antonites
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 11 (6), 2419-2434, 2019
102019
Identifying Bone-Tipped Arrow Types in the Archaeological Record of Southern Africa: The Contribution of Use-Trace Studies
J Bradfield
Journal of African Archaeology 13 (2), 2015
102015
Use-trace epistemology and the logic of inference
J Bradfield
Lithic Technology 41 (4), 293-303, 2016
82016
Further evidence for bow hunting and its implications more than 60 000 years ago: Results of a use-trace analysis of the bone point from Klasies River Main site, South Africa
J Bradfield, M Lombard, J Reynard, S Wurz
Quaternary Science Reviews 236, 106295, 2020
72020
Bone hoes from the Middle Iron Age, Limpopo Province, South Africa
J Bradfield, A Antonites
Quaternary International, 2017
72017
Potential for identifying plant-based toxins on San hunter-gatherer arrowheads
ML Madelien Wooding, Justin Bradfield, Vinesh Mahraj, Dwayne Koot, Lyn ...
South African Journal of Science 113 (3/4), 2017
72017
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