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Proiskhozhdenie i ranniaia istoriia Aborigenov Avstralii [The origin and prehistory of the Australian Aborigines]

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Proiskhozhdenie i ranniaia istoriia Aborigenov Avstralii [The origin and prehistory of the Australian Aborigines]
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Proiskhozhdenie i ranniaia istoriia Aborigenov Avstralii [The origin and prehistory of the Australian Aborigines]
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Includes English summary; p.397-407; Importance of archaeological data and amplification provided by ethnography, development of Australian culture despite crisis caused by change in natural conditions, division into Early, Middle and Late periods, chronological limits, radiocarbon dates, comparison of sites at Niah, Soan River, Palawan Island with Australian data, existence of ProtoAustraloids at end of Pleistocene, settlement of Australia (carbon dates for Menindee, Keilor, Oenpelli, Koonalda Cave), influence of South and South-east Asia on Australian culture seen at Koonalda, Keilor, Tasmania, later mesolithic influences, significance of Oenpelli edge ground axes, problem of origin of Tasmanians (genetic drift, cultural isolation), settlement routes reflected in movement of myths, rites & customs, isolation of Australian continent, population types as shown by Talgai & Cohuna skulls, Green Gully skeleton, Keilor skeleton, early period division of Australia into eastern, central & western areas, distribution of boomerang types as evidence of population settlement, diffusion of spearthrower, antiquity of cultural elements (spears, rafts, rock engravings of maze & concentric designs, hero & fertility mother cults, Rainbow Serpent, fertility & initiation rites, bull roarers, ritual objects, inkulta sticks, stone arrangements); effect of climate change on Australian culture, spread of woodworking implements, microliths, hafted implements, connection with Mossgiel skull & findings at Tartanga & Devon Downs, Tartangan culture earliest of Middle period, followed by Pirrian (inner Australia) & Bondian (eastern Australia); late period represented by Murundian, Eloueran, Oenpellian cultures, appearance of Eloueran implements & Leilira blades, middle & late periods in Central Australia marked by appearance of throwing sticks & spearthrowers with resin handles & stone adzes, footwear, wider diffusion of boomerang, character of Australian culture not greatly affected by objects introduced from outside (dugout boats with outriggers - Cape York, sail boats - Arnhem Land & Kimberleys, harpoon, bow & arrow - northern Cape York, bast cloth - northeast Queensland)
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Kabo, V. R.
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1969
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Proiskhozhdenie i ranniaia istoriia Aborigenov Avstralii [The origin and prehistory of the Australian Aborigines]
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pls.; illus.; tbls.; maps
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M0045966
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[408] p.
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6564
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0065940
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Proiskhozhdenie i ranniaia istoriia Aborigenov Avstralii [The origin and prehistory of the Australian Aborigines]
Publication
Note
pls.; illus.; tbls.; maps
Control code
M0045966
Extent
[408] p.
Stock number
6564
System control number
0065940

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