Scientific publications

The Origins of Ground-edge Axes: New Findings from Nawarla Gabarnmang, Arnhem Land (Australia) and Global Implications for the Evolution of Fully Modern Humans

Jean-Michel Geneste, Bruno David, Jean-Jacques Delannoy, Hugues Plisson, Fiona Petchey. Cambridge Archaeological Journal Number 22 Issue 1, pp. 1-17. http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=CAJ

February 2012

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Nawarla Gabarnmang: 45,180±910 cal BP Site in Jawoyn Country, Southwest Arnhem Land Plateau

Bruno David, Jean-Michel Geneste, Ray L. Whear, Jean-Jacques Delannoy, Margaret Katherine, R.G. Gunn, Christopher Clarkson, Hugues Plisson, Preston Lee, Fiona Petchey, Cassandra Rowe, Bryce Barker, Lara Lamb, Wes Miller, Stephane Hoerle, Daniel James, Elisa Boche, Ken Aplin, Ian J. McNiven, Thomas Richards, Andrew Fairbairn and Jacqueline Matthews. Australian Archaeology Number 73, pp. 73-76.

December 2011

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What Bird is That?: Identifying a Probable Painting of Genyornis newtoni in Western Arnhem Land

R.G. Gunn, L.C. Douglas and R.L. Whear. Australian Archaeology Number 73, pp. 1-12.

December 2011

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Earliest Evidence for Ground-Edge Axes: 35,400±410 cal BP from Jawoyn Country, Arnhem Land

Jean-Michel Geneste, Bruno David, Hugues Plisson, Chris Clarkson, Jean-Jacques Delannoy, Fiona Petchey and Ray Whear. Australian Archaeology Number 71, pp. 66-69.

December 2010

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A Dingo Burial from the Arnhem Land Plateau

R.G. Gunn, Ray L. Whear and L.C. Douglas. Australian Archaeology Number 71, pp. 11-16.

December 2010

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A Method to Visually Rationalise Superimposed Pigment Motifs

R.G. Gunn, C.L. Ogleby, D. Lee and Ray L. Whear. Rock Art Research Volume 27 Number 2, pp. 1-6.

November 2010

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