The getting of data : a case study from the recent industries of Australia
Two obstacles stand in the way of satisfactory synthesis of Australian prehistory at more than a very general level. In the first place, excavation techniques have grown up to come to grips with the difficult piecemeal and have conditions posed failed by the undifferentiated sandy stratigraphies and low sedimentation rates typical of many Australian sites. In The second place, the piecemeal genesis of excavation techniques is reflected in the lack of established channels for the...[Show more]
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