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May 28 2013
Differences and similarities in pottery decorations can offer clues about cultural relationships over space and through time. Residues on pots reveal important clues to how people used their pottery.
An international team of scientists last month reported chemical analyses of the charred gunk on the surfaces of pottery shards from Jomon period sites in Japan was composed mostly of the oily residue from cooking ocean fish.
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