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Excavations, Surveys and Heritage Management in Victoria. Volume 10 (2021). Edited by Deb Kelly, David Frankel, Susan Lawrence, Caroline Spry, Elizabeth Foley

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The papers included in this 10th issue of Excavations, Surveys and Heritage Management in Victoria were presented at the annual Victorian Archaeology Colloquium (held on-line) between 1 and 4 February 2021.

Talking heritage: tracking change in a decade of discussion about local archaeology

10 years of the Victorian Archaeology Colloquium: A retrospective panel and oral history of archaeology and cultural heritage management in Victoria

Traditional Owner perspectives on archaeological research, cultural heritage management, and continuing cultural practice in Victoria over the past decade: A panel discussion at the 10th Victorian Archaeology Colloquium

In the fine grain: Intimate materials and experimental archaeology on Wurundjeri Country today

Proximity of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Places to fresh and salt water in the Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation Registered Aboriginal Party area: preliminary GIS analysis

Dynamic landscape, dynamic practice: Aboriginal dwelling beside the Carran Carran–Durt’yowan floodplains (Thomson River–Latrobe River, Central Gippsland)

The case of Dooliebeal and Wurdi Youang on Wadawurrung Country: Threats to, and spatial awareness of Aboriginal cultural heritage and landscapes within urban growth

Aboriginal stone sites and living spaces along the Victorian Volcanic Plains: A modelling system of incorporated natural resources and ‘Living Spaces’ determining non– nomadic settlements

The durability of silcrete flakes: An experimental analysis on the rate of use–wear formation for fine–grained silcrete flakes

Collecting, storing and accessing archaeological science data produced during heritage management projects in the State of Victoria, southeast Australia

Coghill’s Boiling Down Works, Bulla

The Birds! Faunal analysis of 364–378 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Mapping Victoria’s Second World War defensive air power and early warning system

Learning archaeology online: student perspectives on the most effective activities and resources delivered remotely



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Kelly D Frankel D Lawrence S Spry C Foley E


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