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For example, at Monte Verde, Dillehay (1997b) reports the presence of wooden artifacts, bolas stones, dozens of medicinal plant remains, house structures, and phosphate and other geochemical signatures documenting the presence of humans. Bonnichsen and Schneider (this volume) report that human and animal remains containing ancient DNA can be found routinely at many sites. Morlan and Cinq-Mars (this volume) and Holen (1996) report flaked mammoth bone. Chrisman et al. (1996) report fingerprints on fired clay nodules as well as numerous other lines of evidence.