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|Title:||The archaeology of Bindjarran rockshelter in Manilikarr Country, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory|
|Publisher:||Australian Archaelogical Association Inc.|
|Citation:||Shine, D., Marshall, M., Wright, D., Denham, T., Hiscock, P., Jacobsen, G., & Stephens, S. P. (2015). The archaeology of Bindjarran rockshelter in Manilikarr Country, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory. Australian Archaeology(80), 104-111. doi:10.1080/03122417.2015.11682050|
|Abstract:||Archaeological excavations at Bindjarran rockshelter in Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, have revealed evidence of human settlement on the East Alligator River floodplain from the terminal Pleistocene through to the twentieth century. This excavation report summarises the archaeological, ethnographic and rock art research from the site, focusing on dated distributions of stone artefacts. The findings from Bindjarran conform to archaeological findings from previously investigated sites in the region and contribute to a greater understanding of Aboriginal society in this region during the Big Swamp phase, Freshwater phase and in the last 600 years. © 2015, Australian Archaeological Association Inc.|
|Gov't Doc #:||6013|
|Appears in Collections:||Journal Articles|
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