Archaeological Research in Kakadu National Park. Rhys JONES.

Archaeological Research in Kakadu National Park.

Canbera: Australian National University / Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, 1985. First Edition. Softcover, large Octavo, xviii + 318pp, Original pictorial Wrappers. B/w illustrations. Australian National Parks and Wildlife Services Special Publication No 13. Sixteen essays on different aspects of the archaeology of the renowned World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park. The essays are: A Review of Previous Archaeological Work; New Research Aims, Aboriginal Liason and Field Strategy; Fieldwork Methods; Rockshelter Excavations: Nourlangie and Mt Brockman Massifs; A Preliminary Archaeobotanical Analysis of the Anbangbang I Site; Faunal Analysis of Anbangbang I and Djuwarri I; The Wetlands Sites; Plant Opals (Phytolights) in Kakadu Archaeological Sites; Deaf Adder Gorge: Lindner Site, Nauwalabila I; Geomorphological Fieldwork and the Evolution of the Landscape of Kakadu National park; Studies in the Jungle: People, Fire and Monsoon Forest; Chronological Sequence of Arnhem Land Plateau Rock Art; Mineralogical Analysis of Silica skins Covering Rock Art; Archaeological Conclusions; Recommendations for Archaeological Site Management in Kakadu National Park; From Xanadu to Kakadu: Interpretation of a Prehistory Pleasure Park. Wrappers a little rubbed and darkened, but basically crisp and clean. Appears unread. VG+. Item #50057

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