The gracile male skeleton from late Pleistocene King Island, Australia

23rd January 2014

Alan Thorne and Robin Sim

Introduction*

In his response to our paper (Sim and Thorne 1990) on the discovery of late Pleistocene human remains from King Island, Peter Brown (1994) raises an important and recurring issue—the duty of prehistorians and palaeoanthropologists to report field data accurately and as fully as circumstances permit, as the basis for any interpretation or discussion.

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

Thorne, A. and R. Sim
The gracile male skeleton from late Pleistocene King Island, Australia
June 1994
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