Frankel, David

This book explores the Indigenous archaeology of Victoria, focusing on areas south and east of the Murray River.

Looking at multiple sites from the region, David Frankel considers what the archaeological evidence reveals about Indigenous society, migration, and hunting techniques. He looks at how an understanding of the changing environment, combined with information drawn from 19th-century ethnohistory, can inform our interpretation of the archaeological record. In the process, he investigates the nature of archaeological evidence and explanation, and proposes approaches for future research.

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Sydney University Press, December 2017.  282 pages, paperback