Items for Unique Author : Aplin, Ken

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2017

Barker, Bryce and Lamb, Lara and Delannoy, Jean-Jacques and David, Bruno and Gunn, Robert and Chalmin, Emilie and Castets, Geraldine and Aplin, Ken and Sadier, Benjamin and Moffat, Ian and Mialanes, Jerome and Katherine, Margaret and Geneste, Jean-Michel and Hoerle, Stephane (2017) Archaeology of JSARN–124 site 3, central-western Arnhem Land: determining the age of the so-called ‘Genyornis ’ painting. In: The archaeology of rock art in Western Arnhem Land, Australia. Terre Australis (47). Australian National University Press, Acton, Canberra, Australia, pp. 423-496. ISBN 9781760461614

2015

David, Bruno and Aplin, Ken and Petchey, Fiona and Skelly, Robert and Mialanes, Jerome and Jones-Amin, Holly and Stanisic, John and Barker, Bryce and Lamb, Lara (2015) Kumukumu 1, a hilltop site in the Aird Hills: implications for occupational trends and dynamics in the Kikori River delta, south coast of Papua New Guinea. Quaternary International, 385. pp. 7-26. ISSN 1040-6182

2011

David, Bruno and Geneste, Jean-Michel and Whear, Ray L. and Delannoy, Jean-Jacques and Katherine, Margaret and Gunn, R. G. and Clarkson, Christopher and Plisson, Hugues and Lee, Preston and Petchey, Fiona and Rowe, Cassandra and Barker, Bryce and Lamb, Lara and Miller, Wes and Hoerle, Stephane and James, Daniel and Boche, Elisa and Aplin, Ken and McNiven, Ian J. and Richards, Thomas and Fairbairn, Andrew and Matthews, Jacqueline (2011) Nawarla Gabarnmang, a 45,180 ± 910 cal BP site in Jawoyn Country, southwest Arnhem Land plateau. Australian Archaeology (73). pp. 73-77. ISSN 0312-2417

2010

David, Bruno and Geneste, Jean-Michel and Aplin, Ken and Delannoy, Jean-Jacques and Araho, Nick and Clarkson, Christopher and Connell, Kate and Haberle, Simon and Barker, Bryce and Lamb, Lara and Stanisic, John and Fairbairn, Andrew and Skelly, Robert and Rowe, Cassandra (2010) The Emo site (OAC), Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea: resolving long-standing questions of antiquity and implications for the history of the ancestral Hiri maritime trade. Australian Archaeology, 70. pp. 39-54. ISSN 0312-2417

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