Stone Tools as Cultural Markers change, evolution and complexity

Wright, R.V.S. (ed)


Publisher: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies
Place Published: Canberra
Edition: 1st Edition
Date Published: 1977
Illustrator: b&w illustrations
Size: 4to

Series of papers discussing the significance of stone tools as cultural artefacts, mostly relating to Indigenous Australia, but also including Neolithic Spain and PNG; references Roonka Flat, the Western Desert, Tasmania, Quartz Flaking, blades and axes, and much more; b&w illustrations and charts throughout; tape-stains and foxing/offset to endpapers and prelims, o.w. Very Good throughout; dustwrapper sunned to front and spine, o.w. Good.

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