The archaeology of Ingaanjalwurr rockshelter in Manilikarr Country, western Arnhem Land
Archaeological excavations at Ingaanjalwurr rockshelter in western Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, have revealed evidence of human settlement on the East Alligator River floodplain from approximately 1900 years ago through to the twentieth-century. This short report summarises the results of archaeological excavations at the site, focusing on dated distributions of stone artefacts as the primary retrieved cultural material. The excavations revealed two main periods of occupation: the earlier...[Show more]
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