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Histories of old ages : essays in honour of Rhys Jones, edited by Atholl Anderson, Ian Lilley, Sue O'Connor

Label
Histories of old ages : essays in honour of Rhys Jones
Title
Histories of old ages
Title remainder
essays in honour of Rhys Jones
Statement of responsibility
edited by Atholl Anderson, Ian Lilley, Sue O'Connor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Collection of essays in honour of Professor Rhys Jones an internationally-distinguished archaeologist at ANU with a longstanding interest in Aboriginal art, the meanings of stone tool technology, the extinction of megafauna, and the historical ecology of Aboriginal substance practices
Cataloging source
ANL
Dewey number
994
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1941-2001
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Anderson, Atholl
  • Jones, Rhys
  • Lilley, Ian
  • O'Connor, Sue
  • Australian National University
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Jones, Rhys
  • Archaeologists
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Australia
  • Prehistoric peoples
  • Anthropology
  • Aboriginal Tasmanians
  • Archaeological dating
Label
Histories of old ages : essays in honour of Rhys Jones, edited by Atholl Anderson, Ian Lilley, Sue O'Connor
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Published for the Centre for Archaeological Research"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
The early life of a new chum 1941-1969 / Betty Meehan -- Peopled landscapes : from prehistoric Tasmania to contemporary Arnhem Land / John Mulvaney -- Betrayal as a universal element in the sundering of Bass Strait / Carmel Schrire -- The lasr typologist : Rhys Jones and the problem of the archaeologists -- "The last Tasmanian" : a personal view / Jim Allen -- Imagined continents /Clive Gamble -- People, land, fire and food: comments on two Jonesian themes / David Harris -- Kunj-ken Makka Man-wurrk : Fire is for kangaroos: interpreting Aboriginal accounts of landscapr burning in Central Arnhem Land -- Of cowboys and core-tools: revisionist reflections on Rhys Jones and "The Great Intensification debate" / Ian Lilley --The Celtic chronologist : Rhys Jones and the dating of the human colonisation of Australia -- "Your obedient and humble servant" : notes for an Antipodean enquirt / J.V.S. Megaw -- Homo mobilis / L. R. Hiatt -- Russians and the Australian Aborigines (200 years of observation, research and speculation) / Elena Govor -- "Knowing" and "being" in place in the Western Desert / Robert Tonkinson and Myrna Tonkinson -- The Great Flood: eustatic change and cultural change in Australia during the late Pleistocene and Holocene / Scott Cane -- Climate before agriculture / John Chappell -- New Guinea, Australia and the Sahul connection / Jack Golson -- William Blandowski's fish: an ethnohistorical account near the junction of the Murray and Darling Rivers -- The colonisations and visitations of Wales by Neanderthals and modern humans in the later Pleistocene -- Australian Aboriginal Art and Russian icon painting / Vladimir Kabo -- Erlikilyika: Arrernte ethnographer and artist / John Mulvaney -- Art at 40,000 BP? one step closer: an ochre covered rock from Carpenters Gap Shelter 1, Kimberley Region, Western Australia -- Najombolmi's people: from rock painting to national icon / Paul S. C. Tacon and Christopher Chippindale -- Wargata Mina to Gunbilmurrung: the direct dating of Australian Rock Art / Alan Watchman -- Wetlands archaeology in the top end: models, mounds and mobility / Sally Brockwell -- In search of the traditional Australian Aboriginal diet - then and now / Neville G. White -- Seasonal movement in the prehistoric human ecology of the Alligator Rivers Region, North Australia / Sally Brockwell, Anne Clarke and Robert Levitus -- Raven mad : an analysis of bird bone from a West Point midden -- Prey choice and hunting strategies in the late Pleistocene : evidence from Southwest Tasmania
Control code
000022717533
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
vii, 444 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copies 2 & 3 received from the library of Rhys Jones
Isbn
9781740760027
Other physical details
ill., facsims, maps, ports
Label
Histories of old ages : essays in honour of Rhys Jones, edited by Atholl Anderson, Ian Lilley, Sue O'Connor
Publication
Note
Published for the Centre for Archaeological Research"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
The early life of a new chum 1941-1969 / Betty Meehan -- Peopled landscapes : from prehistoric Tasmania to contemporary Arnhem Land / John Mulvaney -- Betrayal as a universal element in the sundering of Bass Strait / Carmel Schrire -- The lasr typologist : Rhys Jones and the problem of the archaeologists -- "The last Tasmanian" : a personal view / Jim Allen -- Imagined continents /Clive Gamble -- People, land, fire and food: comments on two Jonesian themes / David Harris -- Kunj-ken Makka Man-wurrk : Fire is for kangaroos: interpreting Aboriginal accounts of landscapr burning in Central Arnhem Land -- Of cowboys and core-tools: revisionist reflections on Rhys Jones and "The Great Intensification debate" / Ian Lilley --The Celtic chronologist : Rhys Jones and the dating of the human colonisation of Australia -- "Your obedient and humble servant" : notes for an Antipodean enquirt / J.V.S. Megaw -- Homo mobilis / L. R. Hiatt -- Russians and the Australian Aborigines (200 years of observation, research and speculation) / Elena Govor -- "Knowing" and "being" in place in the Western Desert / Robert Tonkinson and Myrna Tonkinson -- The Great Flood: eustatic change and cultural change in Australia during the late Pleistocene and Holocene / Scott Cane -- Climate before agriculture / John Chappell -- New Guinea, Australia and the Sahul connection / Jack Golson -- William Blandowski's fish: an ethnohistorical account near the junction of the Murray and Darling Rivers -- The colonisations and visitations of Wales by Neanderthals and modern humans in the later Pleistocene -- Australian Aboriginal Art and Russian icon painting / Vladimir Kabo -- Erlikilyika: Arrernte ethnographer and artist / John Mulvaney -- Art at 40,000 BP? one step closer: an ochre covered rock from Carpenters Gap Shelter 1, Kimberley Region, Western Australia -- Najombolmi's people: from rock painting to national icon / Paul S. C. Tacon and Christopher Chippindale -- Wargata Mina to Gunbilmurrung: the direct dating of Australian Rock Art / Alan Watchman -- Wetlands archaeology in the top end: models, mounds and mobility / Sally Brockwell -- In search of the traditional Australian Aboriginal diet - then and now / Neville G. White -- Seasonal movement in the prehistoric human ecology of the Alligator Rivers Region, North Australia / Sally Brockwell, Anne Clarke and Robert Levitus -- Raven mad : an analysis of bird bone from a West Point midden -- Prey choice and hunting strategies in the late Pleistocene : evidence from Southwest Tasmania
Control code
000022717533
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
vii, 444 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copies 2 & 3 received from the library of Rhys Jones
Isbn
9781740760027
Other physical details
ill., facsims, maps, ports

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