Australia before history : a re-appraisal of early man / ABC Radio Jones, Rhys, 1941-2001

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Jones, Rhys, 1941-2001
Archaeology - Australia.; Australia - Antiquities.; Physical anthropology - Australia.
Pt. 1. Animals and archaeologists: a reappraisal of early Aboriginal man in Australia believed to have arrived 100,000 years ago with address by Rhys Jones and Alan Thorne who question earlier assumptions by European archaeologists -- Pt. 2. Biological evolution. This is an account of early migration of Homo Erectus from South East Asia to Australia, estimated by archaelogists as the earliest sea voyage by man, disucssion by D. Pilbeam, Alan Thorne and Richard White on the biological differences of groups of Homo Erectus in Australia -- Pt. 3. Cultural evolution. A reappraisal of the cultural evolution of early man in Australia and a comparison with cultural evolution elsewhere in Europe and Asia. ABC Radio Series on the early history of man in Australia broadcast in three parts on April 19, 26 and May 3, 1978.
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