Bondaian technology in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales
Manufacture of bondi points in the Hunter valley, New South Wales, took place in a standardized way, within a production-line structure. Each stage of the manufacturing activities was undertaken at a different locality, but within any single stage the activities were carried out in a uniform manner. One consequence of this complex system of procurement and reduction is that specific forms of stone artefact are found repeatedly, and have previously been identified as implement types. From a...[Show more]
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