Refitting a past: a comparative study of LGM and post-LGM technological strategies at Lake Mungo, southwestern New South Wales, Australia
posterposted on 25.11.2018, 00:02 by Caroline SpryCaroline Spry
This poster presents the preliminary results from my PhD thesis, which investigates Aboriginal stone tool technology between 24,000-14,000 years and 14,500-8,000 years ago at Lake Mungo, southeastern Australia (Spry 2014).
This poster was presented at the Australian Archaeological Association Conference in 2011. It won the prize for Best Student Poster.