Abstract

Inferred production patterns and morphological variation in bifacial points have been central to models of prehistoric settlement, territoriality, and economy. In this paper a re-analysis of the Jimede 2 assemblage excavated by Carmel Schrire in Kakadu provides the basis for re-describing the nature of point production in Western Arnhem Land.

 
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Hiscock, 2011. Tech. Rep. Aust. Mus., Online 23(6): 73–82
Author
Peter Hiscock
Year
2011
Title
Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part VI. Point production at Jimede 2, Western Arnhem Land
Serial Title
Technical Reports of the Australian Museum, Online
Volume
23
Issue
6
Start Page
73
End Page
82
DOI
10.3853/j.1835-4211.23.2011.1571
Language
English
Date Published
18 June 2011
Cover Date
18 June 2011
ISSN
1835-4211
Publisher
The Australian Museum
Place Published
Sydney, Australia
Subjects
ABORIGINES: AUSTRALIAN; ARCHAEOLOGY; CULTURE: INDIGENOUS
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18 June 2011
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18 June 2011
Reference Number
1571
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