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Further evidence of the manufacture and use of ground edged axes in south Western Australia

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Further evidence of the manufacture and use of ground edged axes in south Western Australia
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Further evidence of the manufacture and use of ground edged axes in south Western Australia
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Examines 7 more artifacts or fragments to reinforce Rides theory that axes were made in south west; group 1 - specimens from Walyunga & South Bullsbrook, group 2 - specimens from Lynford Hill, Kojonup & Kiriwina, Mount Barker, group 3 specimens from Lake Hope; interpretation possibility that basic form of axe manufacture existed, possibility of techniques being introduced from north & north east
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Further evidence of the manufacture and use of ground edged axes in south Western Australia
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M0054830
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0078688
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Further evidence of the manufacture and use of ground edged axes in south Western Australia
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Control code
M0054830
System control number
0078688

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