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Archaeological artefacts findings in Australia - ABC 101105
Stateline NT | Fri, 05 Nov 2010 22:19:00 +1100 | Duration 7m 58s A piece of an ancient stone axe found in an archaeological dig in Arnhem Land.
Archaeological Dig at 9 Watt St Newcastle (Australia)
A preliminary tour of the archaeological dig at the former Tattersalls Club in 9 Watt Street Newcastle (Australia) conducted on the 2nd April 2014. Tim Adams ...
Archaeology in Oceania: Australian Heritage Week
Welcome to Archaeology in Oceania. In this series Rhys Booth will discuss new discoveries, shed light on current theories and pose topical debates surrounding ...
The Compleat Archaeologist: Part 1 - Inventing Australia's desert archaeology
A tribute to pioneering desert archaeologist Dr Mike Smith. Speakers June Ross, John Mulvaney, Barry Cundy, Giles Hamm and Chris Turney reflect on their ...
World's oldest axe fragment found in Australia
Australian archaeologists have discovered a piece of the world's oldest axe in the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia. The University of Sydney's ...
Australian Aboriginal History - Archaeology 1960s New South Wales - Dig Site
White Clay and Ochre - Australian Museum archaeologists, artists, and photographers show techniques in a field study of aborigines of western New South ...
Visions from the Past The Archaeology of Australian Aboriginal Art
Archaeology of Ancient Australia
Professor Peter Hiscock, Tom Austin Brown Chair of Australian Archaeology, Department of Archaeology
1205 #96 Australia's New Discovery
Is captain Cook the first explorer of Australia? A new archeology discovery just might rewrite the Australian history. These archaeologists have been on a ...
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