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Archaeobotany in Australia and New Guinea: Practice, Potential and Prospects

Denham, Tim; Atchison, Jennifer; Austin, Jeremy J.; Bestel, Sheahan; Bowdery, Doreen; Crowther, Alison; Dolby, Nic; Fairbairn, Andrew S.; Field, Judith; Kennedy, Amanda; Lentfer, Carol; Matheson, Carney; Nugent, Sue; Parr, Jeff; Prebble, Matthew; Robertson, Gail; Specht, Jim Richard; Torrence, Robin; Barton, Huw; Fullagar, Richard; Horrocks, Mark; Lewis, Tara; Matthews, Peter; Haberle, Simon


Archaeobotany is the study of plant remains from archaeological contexts. Despite Australasian research being at the forefront of several methodological innovations over the last three decades, archaeobotany is now a relatively peripheral concern to most

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2009
Type: Journal article
Source: Australian Archaeology


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