Prehistoric archaeological investigations on King and Flinders Islands, Bass Strait, Tasmania
This thesis examines the question of prehistoric land use patterns in the Bassian region, and specifically addresses the problem of Holocene human occupation on King and Flinders Islands in the period after these islands became separated from mainland Tasmania. Although the islands were not occupied at the time of first European contact, prehistoric archaeological evidence has been found on them. It was suggested that these remains were from human populations who had been stranded on...[Show more]
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