Locating places for repatriated burial: a case study from Ngarrindjeri ruwe, South Australia
In this ingenious co-operative case study, archaeologists and Indigenous peoples use geophysical survey to scan suitable places for the reburial of repatriated human remains. The process is also building a procedure for the low impact and respectful research of early Indigenous burial locations.
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