A mid-holocene depopulation of the Australian Southwest
This thesis is an exercise in regional archaeology. It focuses on the Australian Southwest, one of the continent's clearly recognizable natural and cultural areas; and it attempts to provide am explanation for a region-wide archaeological phenomenon, one which could not be explained by either traditional site-oriented research or reference to pan-Australian archaeological phenomena. Evidence is presented to suggest that during the terminal Pleistocene and early Holocene periods this extreme...[Show more]
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