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Hearing the evidence: using archaeological data to analyse the long-term impacts of dugong (Dugong dogon) hunting on Mabuyag, Torres Strait, over the past 1000 years
Abstract Dugong hunting by Torres Strait Islanders has a long history dating back at least 4000 years. Dugongs are highly susceptible to over-predation, due to slow development and lowExpand
Late survival of megafauna refuted for Cloggs Cave, SE Australia: Implications for the Australian Late Pleistocene megafauna extinction debate
Abstract Understanding of Late Pleistocene megafaunal extinctions in Australia and New Guinea (Sahul) suffers from a paucity of reliably dated bone deposits. Researchers are divided as to when, andExpand
The chronology of Popo, an ancestral village site in Orokolo Bay, Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea
ABSTRACT Cultural research at Orokolo Bay (PNG) has long focussed on elaborate social-ceremonial practice and maritime exchange (hiri). Previously the chronology of settlement was based on a singleExpand
Worked bone and teeth from Orokolo Bay in the Papuan Gulf (Papua New Guinea)
Abstract Ethnographic records show that people from Orokolo Bay in the Papuan Gulf (Papua New Guinea) made, used, and exchanged artefacts made from bone and teeth during the twentieth century.Expand
Excavating and interpreting ancestral action: Stories from the subsurface of Orokolo Bay, Papua New Guinea
The Gulf of Papua, Papua New Guinea, is a rapidly changing geomorphic and cultural landscape in which the ancestral past is constantly being (re)interpreted and negotiated. This paper examines theExpand
How long have dogs been in Melanesia? New evidence from Caution Bay, south coast of Papua New Guinea
Currently the earliest evidence for dog dispersal into the Greater Australian region and surrounds is found in Australia (Madura Cave 3210–3361 cal BP), New Ireland (Kamgot, c. 3000–3300 cal BP) andExpand
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