Late holocene occupation of the Central Murrumbidgee Riverine Plain
The archaeological record of southeastern Australia, from the Pleistocene to the mid-tolate Holocene, is seen to reflect a transition from dispersed Aboriginal land use patterns to those of increasing) y populous, sedentary and socioeconomically complex hunter gatherers. This unilinear development model is nevertheless based on broad trends in rates of site formation and intensity of use, limited dating and functional analysis of spatially patterned evidence, and scarce data for the...[Show more]
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