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Published ages of >50 ka for occupation at Madjedbebe (Malakunanja II) in Australia's north have kept the site prominent in discussions about the colonisation of Sahul. The site also contains one of the largest stone artefact assemblages in Sahul for this early period. However, the stone artefacts and other important archaeological components of the site(More)
Many islands contain extensive swathes of geologically young, eogenetic limestones that have not undergone burial diagenesis. Karst in such limestones often differs in many aspects from that in older, telogenetic limestones (e.g. Vacher & Mylroie, 2002; Ginés & Ginés, 2007; Mylroie, 2013). The Citation:
To cite this article: Ceri Shipton, Alison Crowther, Nikos Kourampas, Mary E. Prendergast, Mark Horton, Katerina Douka, Jean-Luc Schwenninger, Patrick Faulkner, Eréndira M. Quintana Morales, Michelle C. Langley, Ruth Tibesasa, Llorenc Picornell-Gelabert, Edwin N. Wilmsen, Chris Doherty, Margaret-Ashley Veall, Abdallah K. Ali, Michael D. Petraglia & Nicole(More)
Recent archaeological research has firmly established eastern Africa’s offshore islands as important localities for understanding the region’s pre-Swahili maritime adaptations and early Indian Ocean trade connections. While the importance of the sea and small offshore islands to the development of urbanized and mercantile Swahili societies has long been(More)
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