Digging in the archaeology archives

22nd November 2013

John Mulvaney


Personal correspondence written during the 1950s—by now a virtual archaeological Dreaming—provides a context for excavations on the Murray River, at Fromm’s Landing rockshelter 2, during January–February 1956, and the 1960 Queesnaldn expedition during which pilot digs at Kenniff Cave and The Tombs collected late Pleistocene radiocarbon 14 samples.

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

Mulvaney, D.
Digging in the archaeology archives
June 2000
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