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An archaeological re-investigation of the Mulka's Cave Aboriginal rock art site, near Hyden, Southwestern Australia, Alana M. Rossi

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An archaeological re-investigation of the Mulka's Cave Aboriginal rock art site, near Hyden, Southwestern Australia
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An archaeological re-investigation of the Mulka's Cave Aboriginal rock art site, near Hyden, Southwestern Australia
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Alana M. Rossi
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eng
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Rossi, Alana M
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An archaeological re-investigation of the Mulka's Cave Aboriginal rock art site, near Hyden, Southwestern Australia, Alana M. Rossi
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: Pages. 128-141
Contents
Introduction: Background -- Research questions and aims - Some theoretical considerations -- Natural environment : Introduction -- Geology -- Holocene climate -- Flora -- Fauna -- Summary -- Ethnography : Introduction -- European colonisation of Western Australia -- Ethnohistoric problems -- Ethnohistory of the country around Mulka's cave -- The circumcision line -- Is Mulka's Cave a Noongar or a Western Desert site -- How many people lived around Mulka's Cave -- Conclusion -- Previous research: Introduction -- Pleistocene settlement of Australia -- Previous research at Mulka's cave -- Aboriginal sites known in the Southwest -- Detecting ceremony in the archaeological record -- Conclusion -- Fieldwork methods and techniques : introduction -- fieldwork methods -- Analysis of the cultural material : Introduction -- Artefact analysis : Stone and glass -- Charcoal samples selected for radiocarbon dating -- Sedimentology -- Fauna -- Other material -- Results : Introduction -- Sediment erosion at Mulka's Cave since 1952 -- Stone artefact analysis -- Glass -- Charcoal and radiocarbon dating -- Sedimentology -- Faunal remains -- Other cultural material -- Reanalysis of the cultural material excavated in 1988 -- Discussion: Introduction: Erosion in the walkway area; The period over which the site was used -- Was Mulka's Cave a ceremonial site -- Did site use vary over space or time -- How were different raw materials used -- Conclusiosn : Summary -- Future research plans -- Appendices : The natural flora of Hyden Rock -- Appendix 2. Fauna of the humps -- Appendix 3. Southwestern archaeological sites -- Section 16 permit -- Stone artefact data for Mulka's Cave -- Radiocarbon dates
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xiv, 187 pages
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Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
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illustration (some colour), maps (some col.)
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MAR10/043
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An archaeological re-investigation of the Mulka's Cave Aboriginal rock art site, near Hyden, Southwestern Australia, Alana M. Rossi
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: Pages. 128-141
Contents
Introduction: Background -- Research questions and aims - Some theoretical considerations -- Natural environment : Introduction -- Geology -- Holocene climate -- Flora -- Fauna -- Summary -- Ethnography : Introduction -- European colonisation of Western Australia -- Ethnohistoric problems -- Ethnohistory of the country around Mulka's cave -- The circumcision line -- Is Mulka's Cave a Noongar or a Western Desert site -- How many people lived around Mulka's Cave -- Conclusion -- Previous research: Introduction -- Pleistocene settlement of Australia -- Previous research at Mulka's cave -- Aboriginal sites known in the Southwest -- Detecting ceremony in the archaeological record -- Conclusion -- Fieldwork methods and techniques : introduction -- fieldwork methods -- Analysis of the cultural material : Introduction -- Artefact analysis : Stone and glass -- Charcoal samples selected for radiocarbon dating -- Sedimentology -- Fauna -- Other material -- Results : Introduction -- Sediment erosion at Mulka's Cave since 1952 -- Stone artefact analysis -- Glass -- Charcoal and radiocarbon dating -- Sedimentology -- Faunal remains -- Other cultural material -- Reanalysis of the cultural material excavated in 1988 -- Discussion: Introduction: Erosion in the walkway area; The period over which the site was used -- Was Mulka's Cave a ceremonial site -- Did site use vary over space or time -- How were different raw materials used -- Conclusiosn : Summary -- Future research plans -- Appendices : The natural flora of Hyden Rock -- Appendix 2. Fauna of the humps -- Appendix 3. Southwestern archaeological sites -- Section 16 permit -- Stone artefact data for Mulka's Cave -- Radiocarbon dates
Extent
xiv, 187 pages
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Author
Other physical details
illustration (some colour), maps (some col.)
Stock number
MAR10/043

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