The Archaeology of Australia s Deserts

Australian Archaeology 60: 58—61. Veth P (1987) Martujarra prehistory: Variation in arid zone adaptations. Australian Archaeology 25: 102—1 1. Veth PM (1989a) The prehistory ofthe sandy deserts: Spatial and temporal variation in ...

The Archaeology of Australia s Deserts

This is the first book-length study of the archaeology of Australia's deserts, exploring the cultural and environmental history of these drylands.

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The Archaeology of Australia's Deserts
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Pages: 406
Authors: Mike Smith
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-02-25 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press

This is the first book-length study of the archaeology of Australia's deserts, exploring the cultural and environmental history of these drylands.
The Archaeology of Australia's Deserts
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Pages: 406
Authors: M. A. Smith
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This is the first book-length study of the archaeology of Australia's deserts, one of the world's major habitats and the largest block of drylands in the southern hemisphere. Over the last few decades, a wealth of new environmental and archaeological data about this fascinating region has become available. Drawing on
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