Archaeology on the anxious coast

23rd May 2014

Annie Nicholson and Scott Cane

Introduction*

Location of the study area and places mentioned in the text (published in Australian Archaeology 33:4).

Location of the study area and places mentioned in the text (published in Australian Archaeology 33:4).

In recent years a significant amount of archaeological work has been carried out on the Nullarbor Plain. This adds to previous studies done in that region about two decades ago (Pretty 1977; Wright 1971) and includes excavations at Allens Cave, preliminary ardaeological work at Oddea, the description and recording of  the Footprint Site at Bookabie, investigations into the distribution of flint at archaeological sites across the Plain, and mapping of the Wilson Bluff flint quarry (see Cane and Gara 1989; Gara and Cane 1988; Gara et al. 1988).

*Note that an abstract was not included with this paper, and so the introductory paragraph has been included here instead of the abstract.

Nicholson, A. and S. Cane
Archaeology on the anxious coast
December 1991
33
3–13
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