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State of the art: regional rock art studies in Australia and Melanesia (Occasional AURA Publication 6): 94-106. Prehistory of the Indo-Malaysian archipelago. 2006 (British Archaeological Reports International series 1818): 65-74. Rock art and prehistory: papers presented to Symposium G of the AURA Congress, Darwin 1988 (Monograph 10) Oxford: Oxbow Books. Rock art discoveries in Southeast Asia: a historical summary.

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Rock art is one of the most frequent type of archaeological record in the . Presented at IFRAO Symposium to Examine Pleistocene Rock Art of the World.

Rock art is one of the most frequent type of archaeological record in the semiarid north of Chile which has been studied for decades through systematic studies focused on petroglyphs and paintings. However, a third kind of marks in the rock has been described by the region, linear incisions which occasionally are overimposed on petroglyphs. Rock-art and landscape in Aboriginal Australia The Figured Landscapes of Rock Art. Jan 2004.

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the largest pictograph (pigment) rock art site in Australia. Djulirri’s main gallery has been visited and photographed by a handful of non-Aboriginal people since the 1950s but an intense recording and analysis of the site complex commenced in 2008. State of the art: regional rock art studies in Australia and Melanesia: proceedings of symposium C ‘Rock art studies in Australia and Oceania’ and symposium D ‘The rock art of Northern Australia’ of the First AURA Congress held in Darwin in 1988 (Occasional AURA Publication 6): 202-15.

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Proceedings of Symposium C, "Rock Art Studies in Australia and Oceania" and Symposium D, "The Rock Art of Northern Australia" of the First AURA Congress held in Darwin in 1988. 27. Ellen, Roy F. 1975 Ethnographic and Archaeological Aspects of a Flaked Stone Collection from Seram, Eastern Indonesia. Asian Perspectives 18(1): 51-61.

Mt Cameron West Rock Art Protection Project: An assessment of the conservation program undertaken to June 1988. In C. Pearson and . Swartz Jr (eds), Rock Art and Posterity: Conserving, Managing and Recording Rock Art, pp. 45-51. Incised rock engravings and fat-tailed macropods, Pilbara, Western Australia. In M. Smith (e., Archaeology at ANZAAS 1983, pp. 185-198. Perth: Western Australian Museum.