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Lost in Time but Not in Space: High Resolution Geoarchaeology of Knapping Floors and Artefact Scatters in the Roxby Dunefield, Arid South Australia

Neyland, Angela Kate


This thesis examines the prehistoric organisation of stone artefact technology in a gibber plain area of the Roxby dunefield, arid South Australia. Gibber plains are stone covered desert landforms, and the study area gibber provided abundant and knappable quartzite material for stone artefact manufacture. This research involved study of site formation processes and artefact characteristics (including refitting and reduction analysis) from surface knapping...[Show more]

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Date published: 2016
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d723e870700e


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