Assemblage variability in the Willandra Lakes
An examination of existing typological descriptions of the stone artefact assemblages from the Willandra Lakes facilitates the development of basic models about assemblage variability in the region. After defining some of the limitations of the data set we illustrate well-defined spatial patterns in assemblage composition and hypothesise that they reflect a strategy of provisioning he lunette landscape with stone artefacts that were robust and with a comparatively high potential for further...[Show more]
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