The Resource Australian archaeology in ecological and ethnographic perspective

Australian archaeology in ecological and ethnographic perspective

Label
Australian archaeology in ecological and ethnographic perspective
Title
Australian archaeology in ecological and ethnographic perspective
Creator
Subject
Summary
General description and assessment of the field of Australian archaelogy; Includes a short history of research; Pleistocene geographical background; Brief descriptions of major fossil finds; Pleistocene excavation sites; Australian core tool and scraper tradition; post-Pleistocene excavations and the use of ethonographic evidence for interpreting archaeological remains; Australian small tool tradition; the antiquity of rock art; local styles; problems in interpreting rock art; the place of Australian archaeology within general framework of South-east Asian history with particular reference to New Guinea and Macassar; the problem of the non-adoption of agriculture by Aborigines
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Gould, Richard A.
Date time place
1973
Series statement
Module 7
Label
Australian archaeology in ecological and ethnographic perspective
Instantiates
Publication
Note
illus.; maps; pls
Control code
M0061092
Extent
33p.
System control number
0085702
Label
Australian archaeology in ecological and ethnographic perspective
Publication
Note
illus.; maps; pls
Control code
M0061092
Extent
33p.
System control number
0085702

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