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Dr Alice M. Choyke
She has done experiments with manufacture in 1985. Later she has used experimentation to try and understand wears on bone tools reflecting length of use.
Finally, she has been involved in a long term with Dr Paul Duffy investigating how wear develops at the stringing hole of bone . It appears after five years that wear develops very slowly opening up the possibility of trans-generational use of beads from broken-up necklaces.
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