Technological provisioning and assemblage: variation in the Eastern Victoria River region, northern Australia: a Darwinian approach
This thesis documents systems of stone artefact provisioning, or the strategic organisation of procurement, manufacture, transport and consumption of stone artefacts, on the edge of the semi-arid zone in northern Australia, and from an evolutionary perspective. Advances in lithic studies have developed synthetic concepts, largely derived from processual and behavioural archaeology and evolutionary ecology, which help model the optimal design and assembly of technical systems in relation to...[Show more]
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