The Resource AMS Radiocarbon age estimates for early rock paintings in the Kimberley, N.W. Australia: preliminary results, A.L. Watchman...[et .al.]

AMS Radiocarbon age estimates for early rock paintings in the Kimberley, N.W. Australia: preliminary results, A.L. Watchman...[et .al.]

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AMS Radiocarbon age estimates for early rock paintings in the Kimberley, N.W. Australia: preliminary results
Title
AMS Radiocarbon age estimates for early rock paintings in the Kimberley, N.W. Australia: preliminary results
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A.L. Watchman...[et .al.]
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Language
eng
Summary
Use of AMS radiocarbon dating in the estimation of the age of Tassel and Sash Bradshaw and large naturalistic figures; dating methodology - associated dating of overlying accretion layers; dates show Bradshaw figures to be at least 4000 years old
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Watchman, Alan
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • 1944-2007
  • 1950-2013
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  • Walsh, Grahame L.
  • Morwood, Michael John
  • Tuniz, C.
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AMS Radiocarbon age estimates for early rock paintings in the Kimberley, N.W. Australia: preliminary results, A.L. Watchman...[et .al.]
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.26
Extent
p.18-26
Label
AMS Radiocarbon age estimates for early rock paintings in the Kimberley, N.W. Australia: preliminary results, A.L. Watchman...[et .al.]
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.26
Extent
p.18-26

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