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Skeletal material from the Broadbeach burial site with anatomical analysis

Label
Skeletal material from the Broadbeach burial site with anatomical analysis
Title
Skeletal material from the Broadbeach burial site with anatomical analysis
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This collection shows part of an anatomical analysis of the skeleteal material excavated from the Aboriginal burial ground near Broadbeach in south-east Queensland
Member of
Cataloging source
AIAS
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Wood, Walter B
Date time place
Broadbeach, Qld, 1965-1967
Information about documentation
Captions compiled by staff available
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Excavations (Archaeology)
Label
Skeletal material from the Broadbeach burial site with anatomical analysis
Instantiates
Production
Note
  • This collection shows part of an anatomical analysis of the skeletal material excavated from the Aboriginal burial ground near Broadbeach in south-east Queensland, where the remains of about 150 persons were excavated. The burial ground had been exposed during soil robbing and dumping by developers; an amateur excavation, conducted under police supervision, revealed seven skeletons. Under the direction of the University of Queensland, Laila Haglund-Calley and Dr. Walter Barry Wood took charge directing further excavations. Dr. Wood, a member of the Department of Anatomy, University of Queensland, and lecturer in Anatomy at the Papuan Medical College, Port Moresby, was present during several seasons and recorded the anatomical details. In 1988, the remains excavated from Broadbeach were returned and reburied by the Kombumerri Aboriginal community
  • For bone chart records and skeletal record forms see: Wood, W. B., Broadbeach Aboriginal skeletal material (AIATSIS Library Call No.:MS 3762)
  • For extensive field records and data analysis documentation see: Wood, W. B., Haglund, Laila, Records of Broadbeach Aboriginal Burial Ground Excavation (Q1) 1965-1967 (AIATSIS Library Call No.: MS 5055)
  • For discussion of preservation, burial types, causes of mortality and pathology aspects see: Wood, W. B., An Aboriginal burial ground at Broadbeach, Queensland : skeletal material, Mankind -- 1968; v.6, no.12; 681-686
Carrier category
card
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
still image
Content type MARC source
rdamedia
Dimensions
37.5 x 25.5 cm.
Extent
12 mounted photographic prints
Immediate source of acquisition
Walter Barry Wood;
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Updated Deed of Gift. Images D00034976-D00034980 and D00034982-D00034987 show skeletal remains
Other physical details
colour
Stock number
WOOD.W01.DF (D00034976-D00034987
Label
Skeletal material from the Broadbeach burial site with anatomical analysis
Production
Note
  • This collection shows part of an anatomical analysis of the skeletal material excavated from the Aboriginal burial ground near Broadbeach in south-east Queensland, where the remains of about 150 persons were excavated. The burial ground had been exposed during soil robbing and dumping by developers; an amateur excavation, conducted under police supervision, revealed seven skeletons. Under the direction of the University of Queensland, Laila Haglund-Calley and Dr. Walter Barry Wood took charge directing further excavations. Dr. Wood, a member of the Department of Anatomy, University of Queensland, and lecturer in Anatomy at the Papuan Medical College, Port Moresby, was present during several seasons and recorded the anatomical details. In 1988, the remains excavated from Broadbeach were returned and reburied by the Kombumerri Aboriginal community
  • For bone chart records and skeletal record forms see: Wood, W. B., Broadbeach Aboriginal skeletal material (AIATSIS Library Call No.:MS 3762)
  • For extensive field records and data analysis documentation see: Wood, W. B., Haglund, Laila, Records of Broadbeach Aboriginal Burial Ground Excavation (Q1) 1965-1967 (AIATSIS Library Call No.: MS 5055)
  • For discussion of preservation, burial types, causes of mortality and pathology aspects see: Wood, W. B., An Aboriginal burial ground at Broadbeach, Queensland : skeletal material, Mankind -- 1968; v.6, no.12; 681-686
Carrier category
card
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
still image
Content type MARC source
rdamedia
Dimensions
37.5 x 25.5 cm.
Extent
12 mounted photographic prints
Immediate source of acquisition
Walter Barry Wood;
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Updated Deed of Gift. Images D00034976-D00034980 and D00034982-D00034987 show skeletal remains
Other physical details
colour
Stock number
WOOD.W01.DF (D00034976-D00034987

Library Locations

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