Art and stone : towards a prehistory of central western Queensland
This thesis explores the potential of a multi-attribute approach to the prehistory of,central western Queensland. Two artefacts of Aboriginal culture are examined in detail stone tools and rock art. For the stone analysis, excavated assemblages from four rockshelter sites are used to define regional changes in central western stone-use over the past 11,000 years. Spatial patter ning of artefactual material within sites is also described and related to site use-structure and specific,...[Show more]
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