Title: Sahul in Review: Pleistocene Archaeology in ...
Publisher: Department of Prehistory, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University
Publication Date: 1993
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
312 pp., illustrations, maps, bibliography. some cover wear. Contents: Here be dragons / D.R. Horton -- Stimulating minds to fantasy? / Chris Ballard -- Pleistocene chronological structures and explanations / David Frankel -- Pleistocene sites in Australia, New Guinea and Island Melanesia / M.A. Smith, N.D. Sharp -- Sunda and Sahul / Sandra Bowdler -- A review of the evidence for the emergence of rock art in Australia / Andre?e Rosenfeld -- The Pleistocene is still with us / Colin Pardoe -- Changing intepretations of postglacial human subsistence and demography in Sahul / Susan O'Connor, Peter Veth, Nicola Hubbard -- Pleistocene vegetation change and early human occupation of a tropical mountain environment / Simon Haberle -- Bones, hunting and predation in the Pleistocene of northern Sahul / Mary-Jane Mountain -- Understanding the settlement of Pacific islands in the Pleistocene / Chris Gosden -- Pleistocene agriculture in the Pacific / Matthew Spriggs -- Pamwak rockshelter / Clayton Fredericksen, Matthew Spriggs, Wallace Ambrose. New radiocarbon dates from North West Cape, Western Australia / Kate Morse -- The human occupation of Cuckadoo 1 rockshelter, northwest central Queensland / Iain Davidson, Stephen A. Sutton, Stephen J. Gale -- Cause and effect / M.J. Morwood -- Pleistocene archaeological sites in the central Murray-Darling basin / Jeannette Hope -- Pleistocene shell middens of the Willlandra Lakes / Harvey Johnston -- The Cuddie Springs bone bed revisited, 1991 / J.H. Furby [and others] -- The Southern Forests Archaeological Project / Ian McNiven [and others] -- Photogrammetric recording of Pleistocene cave paintings in southwest Tasmania / Angela McGowan [and others] -- The role of open sites in the investigation of Pleistocene phenomena in the inland southwest of Tasmania / Joanna Freslow -- Excavation of limestone caves in the Nelson River valley, central western Tasmania / Celmara Pocock -- Diving for dinner / Gary Dunnett -- Mannalargenna Cave / Steve Brown -- The last days of Pompeii? / Jack Golson -- A revised bibliography of Pleistocene archaeological sites in Australia, New Guinea and Island Melanesia / M.A. Smith, N.D. Sharp. Bookseller Inventory # 0731515404EVANS030116
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