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Burrill Lake and Currarong : Coastal sites in southern New South Wales

CollectionsTerra Australis
ANU Pacific Institute
Title: Burrill Lake and Currarong : Coastal sites in southern New South Wales
Author(s): Lampert, R. J. (Ronald John), 1927-
Golson, Jack
Publisher: Canberra, ACT : Dept. of Prehistory, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University.
Series/Report no.: Terra Australis: 01
Description: 
Background to fieldwork in 1967-68, previous work; Burrill Lake site - environment, excavations, stratigraphy, palaeoecological implications of lower deposits, fauna, volumetric change through time, stone industry (distribution of stone), analysis of scrapers, typology, other implements; Currarong sites - environment, excavation, stratigraphy, stone industry, distribution of stone, scrapers, backed blades, fabricators, use polished artifacts, eloueras, others, artifacts of bone &? shell, (fish hooks), human burials, faunal remains; environment and economy - weapons &? implements, hunting methods, economic specialisation, Burrill - Currarong sequence, transition.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/127416
ISSN: 0725-9018

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