Australian Archaeology, Number 006, 1977

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This is a collection of articles from Issue Number 6, April 1977.


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    Summary report on current archaeological research supported by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies
    (Australian Archaeological Association, 1977-04) Dix, W
    Grants were awarded in September 1975, April and October 1976 and March 1977. Current lists are published in AIAS Newsletters twice annually.
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    Summer Field Programme of the Victoria Archaeological Survey
    (Australian Archaeological Association, 1977-04) Coutts, Peter J F ; Witter, D.C.
    The Summer Field Programme was devised to service the needs of the annual Field School. This year the School was based at Yambuk, a hamlet located approximately 20 km west of Port Fairy in the Western District
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    Abercrombie Arch Shelter: An excavation near Bathurst, N.S.W.
    (Australian Archaeological Association, 1977-04) Johnson, Ian
    The article describes the archaeological investigations conducted at the Abercrombie Arch Shelter. The site is a small rockshelter at the base of a large outcrop of altered limestone, the 'Abercrombie Caves Marble'. It is situated in a saddle on top of the 'Grand Arch', a natural tunnel through which passes Grove Creek.
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    Recent Archaeological Research in Western Australia
    (Australian Archaeological Association, 1977-04) Hallam, S J
    A description of the general archaeological investigations in Western Australia. The article covers sections on general investigations and regional investigations.
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    Journal Notifications
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    Research Report by the Department of Prehistory, Research School of Pacific Studies, 1976
    (Australian Archaeological Association, 1977-04) Golson, Jack
    The major themes of departmental research into the prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and the nearer Pacific Islands have been established now for some years. They have been chosen because they are seen as decisive for the personality of the region in prehistory and look to take advantage of the unique opportunities it offers for archaeological research.