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Gault Clovis site, Texas

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Block excavation taken to limestone bedrock.
Block excavation
taken to limestone bedrock.
Chert nodules in the Edwards Limestone.
Chert nodules
in the Edwards Limestone.
Map of Texas showing the location of Gault and other Clovis
Map of Texas showing the
location of Gault and other Clovis
Seep spring at Gault.
Seep spring at Gault.
Stratigraphy at the Lindsey Pit.
Stratigraphy at the Lindsey Pit.
Terrain around the Gault site.
Terrain around the Gault site.
Texas A&M University excavations at Gault.
Texas A&M University
excavations at Gault.
View of Buttermilk Creek looking north.
View of Buttermilk
Creek looking north.
View of Buttermilk Creek looking south.
View of Buttermilk Creek looking south.
Clovis artifacts in place in the Clovis soil.
Clovis artifacts in place in the Clovis soil.
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Emergence and Diversity of Modern Human Behavior in Paleolithic Asia, edited by Yousuke Kaifu, Masami Izuho, Ted Goebel, Hiroyuki Sato, and Akira Ono, is now being sold through TAMU Press!

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