Histories of Old Ages: Essays in Honour of Rhys Jones
Atholl J. Anderson, Ian Lilley, Sue O'Connor
Pandanus Books, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2001 - 444 Seiten
Collection of essays celebrating the career of Australian archaeologist Rhys Jones, who retired from the Australian National University in June 2001, where he was a professor in the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies. Papers were written by his colleagues and friends covering topics of his research. Subjects included are the age and impact of human colonization in Australia and the Western Pacific, cases and techniques of chronology, and Aboriginal art. Includes maps, tables, photos, and chapter references.
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Carmel Schrire Betrayal as a Universal Element in the Sundering of Bass Strait
Rhys Jones and the Problem of the Archaeologists
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