The Resource Bayini, Macassans, Balanda and Bininj : defining the Indigenous past of Arnhem land through culture contact, Daryl Lloyd Wesley

Bayini, Macassans, Balanda and Bininj : defining the Indigenous past of Arnhem land through culture contact, Daryl Lloyd Wesley

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Bayini, Macassans, Balanda and Bininj : defining the Indigenous past of Arnhem land through culture contact
Title
Bayini, Macassans, Balanda and Bininj
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defining the Indigenous past of Arnhem land through culture contact
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Daryl Lloyd Wesley
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Language
eng
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AIAS
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Wesley, Daryl
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D.) - Australian National University, 2014
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  • Makasar (Indonesian people)
  • Archaeological surveying
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Bayini, Macassans, Balanda and Bininj : defining the Indigenous past of Arnhem land through culture contact, Daryl Lloyd Wesley
Link
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Daryl_Wesley/publication/272482420_Bayini_Macassans_Balanda_and_Bininj_Defining_the_Indigenous_past_of_Arnhem_Land_through_Culture_Contact/links/54e55a490cf29865c336fd4c/Bayini-Macassans-Balanda-and-Bininj-Defining-the-Indigenous-past-of-Arnhem-Land-through-Culture-Contact.pdf
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Note
"22 August 2014"
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volume
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  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
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Contents
Aims -- Background to the research; The research area; The history of culture contact in Arnhem Land; Issues in the chronology of culture contact; Indigenous participation in the Macassan trepang industry; Implications of culture contact in north western Arnhem Land -- Interpreting culture contact archaeology ; Methodology: Participatory consultation and cultural heritage management; Survey and site recording; Site excavation and collection; Lithic assemblages; Stone raw material identification; Non-stone (contact) artefacts; Shell species identification; Radiocarbon dating; Rock art -- Re-evaluating the timing of the Indonesian trepang industry in North West Arnhem Land: chronological investigations at Malara (Anuru Bay A) / Daryl Wesley, Sue O'connor, Jack Fenner -- Earthenware of Anuru Bay: a reassessment of potsherds from a Macassan trepang processing site, Arnhem Land, Australia and implications for Macassan trade and trepang industry / Daryl Wesley [and four others] -- "Small, individually nondescript, and easily overlooked" : the significance of contact beads from rockshelters in the Wellington Range, north western Arnhem Land / Daryl Wesley and Mirani Lister -- Pigment geochemistry as chronological marker: the case of lead pigment in rock art in the Urrmarning "Red Lily Lagoon" rock art precinct, western Arnhem land / Daryl Wesley, Tristen Jones and Christian Reepmeyer -- Sails set in stone: a technological analysis of non-Indigenous watercraft rock art paintings in North Western Arnhem land / Daryl Wesley, Jennifer McKinnon and Jaon T. Raupp -- Firearms in rock art of Arnhem Land, Northern Territory / Daryl Wesley -- An end to contact imagery in Indigenous rock art, Arnhem Land / Daryl Wesley -- Conclusion -- Appendices A. McKinnon, J. Wesley, D. Raupp, J.T. and Moffat, I. 2013: "Geophysical investigations at the Anuru Bay trepang site : a new approach to locating Macassan archaeological sites in Northern Australia" Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology , 37 : 106-112 -- B. May, S K, Taçon, P. Wesley, D and Pearson, M. 2014. "Painted ships on a painted Arnhem Land landscape. The Great Circle 35 (2) : pages 81-100 -- C. May, S., Taçon, P., Wesley, D. and Travers M. 2010. "Painting hitory: Indigenous observations and depictions of the other in NW Arnhem Land". Australian Archaeology, 71 : 57-65 -- D. Taçon, P., May, S., Fallon S., Travers, M, Wesley, D and Lamilami R. 2010 "A minimum age for early depictions of Southeast Asian praus in the rock art of Arnhem Land Northern Territory. Australian Archaeology, 71: 1-10 -- E. Taçon, P., Langley, M, May, S, Lamilami R, Brennan, W, and Guse D. (Wesley) 2010 "Ancient bird stencils discovered in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia. Antiquity 84 (1) : 416-427. F. Theden-Ringl, F, Fenner, J, Wesley, D and Lamilami R. 2011. "Buried on foreign shores: isotope analysis of the origin of human remains recovered from a Macassan site in Arnhem Land" Australian Archaeology 73: 41-48
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1 online resource (427, 9 pages : illustrations (some coloured), charts, forms, maps)
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computer
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rdamedia
Label
Bayini, Macassans, Balanda and Bininj : defining the Indigenous past of Arnhem land through culture contact, Daryl Lloyd Wesley
Link
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Daryl_Wesley/publication/272482420_Bayini_Macassans_Balanda_and_Bininj_Defining_the_Indigenous_past_of_Arnhem_Land_through_Culture_Contact/links/54e55a490cf29865c336fd4c/Bayini-Macassans-Balanda-and-Bininj-Defining-the-Indigenous-past-of-Arnhem-Land-through-Culture-Contact.pdf
Publication
Note
"22 August 2014"
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Aims -- Background to the research; The research area; The history of culture contact in Arnhem Land; Issues in the chronology of culture contact; Indigenous participation in the Macassan trepang industry; Implications of culture contact in north western Arnhem Land -- Interpreting culture contact archaeology ; Methodology: Participatory consultation and cultural heritage management; Survey and site recording; Site excavation and collection; Lithic assemblages; Stone raw material identification; Non-stone (contact) artefacts; Shell species identification; Radiocarbon dating; Rock art -- Re-evaluating the timing of the Indonesian trepang industry in North West Arnhem Land: chronological investigations at Malara (Anuru Bay A) / Daryl Wesley, Sue O'connor, Jack Fenner -- Earthenware of Anuru Bay: a reassessment of potsherds from a Macassan trepang processing site, Arnhem Land, Australia and implications for Macassan trade and trepang industry / Daryl Wesley [and four others] -- "Small, individually nondescript, and easily overlooked" : the significance of contact beads from rockshelters in the Wellington Range, north western Arnhem Land / Daryl Wesley and Mirani Lister -- Pigment geochemistry as chronological marker: the case of lead pigment in rock art in the Urrmarning "Red Lily Lagoon" rock art precinct, western Arnhem land / Daryl Wesley, Tristen Jones and Christian Reepmeyer -- Sails set in stone: a technological analysis of non-Indigenous watercraft rock art paintings in North Western Arnhem land / Daryl Wesley, Jennifer McKinnon and Jaon T. Raupp -- Firearms in rock art of Arnhem Land, Northern Territory / Daryl Wesley -- An end to contact imagery in Indigenous rock art, Arnhem Land / Daryl Wesley -- Conclusion -- Appendices A. McKinnon, J. Wesley, D. Raupp, J.T. and Moffat, I. 2013: "Geophysical investigations at the Anuru Bay trepang site : a new approach to locating Macassan archaeological sites in Northern Australia" Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology , 37 : 106-112 -- B. May, S K, Taçon, P. Wesley, D and Pearson, M. 2014. "Painted ships on a painted Arnhem Land landscape. The Great Circle 35 (2) : pages 81-100 -- C. May, S., Taçon, P., Wesley, D. and Travers M. 2010. "Painting hitory: Indigenous observations and depictions of the other in NW Arnhem Land". Australian Archaeology, 71 : 57-65 -- D. Taçon, P., May, S., Fallon S., Travers, M, Wesley, D and Lamilami R. 2010 "A minimum age for early depictions of Southeast Asian praus in the rock art of Arnhem Land Northern Territory. Australian Archaeology, 71: 1-10 -- E. Taçon, P., Langley, M, May, S, Lamilami R, Brennan, W, and Guse D. (Wesley) 2010 "Ancient bird stencils discovered in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia. Antiquity 84 (1) : 416-427. F. Theden-Ringl, F, Fenner, J, Wesley, D and Lamilami R. 2011. "Buried on foreign shores: isotope analysis of the origin of human remains recovered from a Macassan site in Arnhem Land" Australian Archaeology 73: 41-48
Extent
1 online resource (427, 9 pages : illustrations (some coloured), charts, forms, maps)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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