Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian desert culture

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StatementRichard A. Gould, with contributions by Michael Archer, Nancy Bronstein, Helene A. Martin.
SeriesAnthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History ; v. 54, pt. 1
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LC ClassificationsGN2 .A27 vol. 54, pt. 1, GN667.W5 .A27 vol. 54, pt. 1
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Pagination187 p. :
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Open LibraryOL4581059M
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Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian Desert Culture., Volume Richard A. Gould. American Museum of Natural History, - Deserts. Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian desert culture.

Anthropological papers of the AMNH ; v. 54, pt. Change in the Australian desert culture: a reanalysis of tulas from Puntutjarpa rockshelter. (). Change in the Australian desert culture: A reanalysis of tulas from Puntutjarpa rocksheiter.

World Archaeology: Vol. 22, Archaeology and Arid Environments, pp. Cited by: described desert cultures of Australia. Artefact sequences at Puntutjarpa rockshelter have been used to typify the conserva-tism of desert occupants (Gould ; ).

This picture of long-term cultural continuity in desert areas is now incongruent with our understanding of prehistory in the arid zone and other Australian environments. Over the last decade Australian archaeologists have. Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian desert culture.

Anthropological papers of the AMNH ; v. 54, pt. 1 By Richard A. Gould, Michael Archer, Nancy. Puntutjarpa Rockshelter was the first archaeological site excavated in the Australian desert.

Dug between andthe archaeological sequence was originally interpreted as a continuous record spanning the l years BP. This is the first book-length study of the archaeology of Australia’s deserts,oneoftheworld’smajorhabitatsandthelargestblockofdrylands elastfewdecades,awealthofnew environmental and archaeological data about this fascinating region has become available.

Drawing on a wide range of sources,The Archaeology of Australia’s Desertsexplores the late Pleistocene settlement of Australia’s deserts, the formation of distinctive desert. Similar conclusions were drawn in the analysis of burned faunal material from Puntutjarpa Rockshelter (Archer, ).

Investigation of mounds and charnel structures have further confirmed the. Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian Desert Culture.

GOULD R.A. Published: Stock The Emergence of the Foveaux Strait Maori from Prehistory: A Study of Culture Contact. Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. 3 vols. complete. The Berkelouw family has traded in books for generations.

Read about our family. puntutjarpa rockshelter and the australian desert culture richard a. gould v/ volume part 1 anthropological papers of the american museum of natural history.

Mike Smith, Desert Archaeology, Linguistic Stratigraphy, and the Spread of the Western Desert Language, Desert Peoples, /, (), (). Wiley Online Library Peter Hiscock, Lynley A.

Wallis, Pleistocene Settlement of Deserts from an Australian Perspective, Desert Peoples, /, (), ().

Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian Desert Culture. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. 54, part 1, pp. Explorations in Ethnoarchaeology, edited by R. Gould, University of New Mexico Press.

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Living Archaeology. Cambridge University Press. Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian desert culture / Richard A. Gould ; with contributions by Mic Leisure / Richard Gould; Recovering the past / Richard A.

Gould; Methodist point [by] W. Kenyon; St. George's, Battery Point. Edwards, R. (ed.) () Proposal to Establish a Site Museum of Desert Culture at Cave Hill, South Australia, National Seminar on Aboriginal Antiquities in Australia—The preservation of Australia’s Aboriginal heritage, Maypp.

–, Prehistory and Material Culture Ser Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra. The excavation of Puntutjarpa Rockshelter, located within the Western Desert Culture Bloc, provided the first complete Holocene sequence for Aboriginal occupation of the arid interior of Australia.

The Mardu aborigines: living the dream in Australia's desert / Robert Tonkinson The Simpson Desert: natural history and human endeavour / Mark Shephard Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian desert culture / Richard A. Gould ; with contributions by Mic. of localities in central Australia (Smith ).

Environmental setting Serpent's Glen Rockshelter lies well within the Western Desert Culture Bloc, as defmed by Gould (). The site is located near the mouth of one of the larger valley systems that dissect the western face of the Carnarvon Ranges, which.

Puntutjarpa, Parnkupirti and Puritjarra are primary sites representing hunter-gatherer populations exploiting desert economies throughout periods of climatic disparity. Investigations at these sites refuted prior belief that communities were unchanging, suggesting desert peoples were highly mobile and adapted to differentiation in their surrounding environment.

Hiscock, P., & Veth, P. Change in the Australian desert culture: a reanalysis of tulas from Puntutjarpa rockshelter. The different responses of plants to drought conditions are examined in the Western Desert of Australia to demonstrate the necessity of Denham, W.

Alyawara Ethnographic Data Base. HRAFlex BookHuman Relations Area Files, New Haven. Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian desert pological. Journal of Agriculture of Western Australia 13 (4th ser.): 60– Land Carnivores; Dingo Anon.

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Dingo. Australian Encyclopaedia, 4th ed. 3: – Land Carnivores Archer, M. Faunal remains from the excavation at Puntutjarpa Rockshelter. –65 in Gould, R.A. (ed.) Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian desert culture. Puntutjarpa rockshelter and the Australian Desert Culture, Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History 54 (1).

Hiscock, P. Prehistoric settlement patterns and artefact manufacture at Lawn Hill, Northwest Queensland. The American archaeologist Richard Gould, whose important work at the Puntutjarpa rock shelter in the Western Desert in the late s is described in Smith’s book, is quoted on the back cover of The Archaeology of Australia’s Deserts, declaring it “a ‘must’ for anyone seriously interested in Australian cultural history.” He’s right.

Recent excavations at Puntutjarpa Rockshelter, in the Western Desert of Australia, reveal a continuous human occupation of this site f years ago to the present. Preliminary analysis has stressed systematic comparisons of modern desert Aborigine stone tools, camp-sites, 'native wells', etc., with specific archaeological features and.

Richard Allen Gould was born inin Newton, Massachusetts, as an only child. His father served in the Pacific during WWII on the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown (CV) and, after the war, spent a career in higher education as President of Antioch College, Chancellor of the University of California at Santa Barbara, and, ultimately, Chancellor of the State University of New York (SUNY).

In R. Gould, Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian Desert Culture Section VIII, pp Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History Balme, J., Merilees, D.

and K. Porter Late Quaternary mammal remains, spanning ab years, from excavations in Devil's Lair, Western Australia.

About this Item: Rigby Limited, Adelaide, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. First Edition. Adelaide, Rigby Limited, Quarto, pages with 33 figures and illustrations (almost all of them after photographs and drawings by the author) plus 12 colour plates, a very large folding colour plate (with a black and white key) and a map.

Report on a replicative experiment in manufacture and use of Western Desert micro-adzes. Nancy Bronstein, Richard A Gould. In Puntutjarpa rockshelter and the Australian desert culture. xx-xx.

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New York. (tDAR id: ). Dialect differentiation in the Western Desert -- a comment. Anthroplogical Forum (November), Gould, R.A. Preliminary report on excavations at Puntutjarpa rockshelter, near the Warburton Ranges, Western Australia.

Archaeology & Physical Anthropology in Oceania pls. diags. map. Parnkupirti: Parukuproject. Parnkupirti is located along the border of the Great Sandy Desert in Western Australia and represents rare circumstances where alkaline freshwater meets the arid desert; juxtaposing two very distinct environments (Bowler, Wyrwoll & Lu, ; Veth, et al., ).

Recent excavations at Parnkupirti have been focussed on assessing the site’s future potential for.Yiwara: foragers of the Australian desert Gould The Archaeologist as Ethnographer: A Case Study from the Western DeSert of Australia Gould Puntutjarpa Rockshelter and the Australian Desert Culture Gould A large archaeological assemblage from Puntutjarpa, a rockshelter near the Warburton Ranges in Western Australia, excavated during the late s by Dr R.A.

Gould. The Puntutjarpa excavation was one of the first major archaeological investigations conducted in Western Australia and continues to be an important record of the prehistory of the.