The changing abundance of backed artefacts in south-eastern Australia: a response to Holocene climate change?
The timing of the introduction, proliferation and decline of backed artefacts in Australia has been much debated. In south-eastern Australia, after initially appearing at least 8500 years ago, backed artefacts greatly increased in number between 4000 and
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