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Justin Bradfield
Justin Bradfield
Associate Professor, University of Johannesburg
Verified email at uj.ac.za
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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
982018
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
832011
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
762015
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
672018
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
572015
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
572012
Results of utilitarian and accidental breakage experiments on bone points
J Bradfield, T Brand
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 7, 27-38, 2015
512015
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
452020
Pointed bone tool technology in southern Africa: results of use-trace analyses
J Bradfield
Southern African Humanities 27 (1), 1-27, 2015
422015
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, 2419-2434, 2019
342019
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
312013
Macrofractures on bone-tipped arrows: analysis of hunter-gatherer arrows in the Fourie collection from Namibia
J Bradfield
Antiquity 86 (334), 1179-1191, 2012
282012
The Southern African stone age sequence updated (II)
M Lombard, J Bradfield, MV Caruana, TV Makhubela, GL Dusseldorp, ...
The South African Archaeological Bulletin 77 (217), 172-212, 2022
272022
Technological, functional and contextual aspects of the K2 and Mapungubwe worked bone industries
AR Antonites, J Bradfield, T Forssman
African Archaeological Review 33, 437-463, 2016
272016
Bone Point Functional Diversity: A Cautionary Tale from Southern Africa
J Bradfield
Osseous Projectile Weaponry: Towards an Understanding of Pleistocene …, 2016
262016
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
262009
Bone hoes from the Middle Iron Age, Limpopo Province, South Africa
J Bradfield, A Antonites
Quaternary International, 2017
212017
Some thoughts on bone artefact discolouration at archaeological sites
J Bradfield
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 17, 500-509, 2018
192018
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
192015
Fishing with gorges: Testing a functional hypothesis
J Bradfield
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 24, 593-607, 2019
172019
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