|Statement||edited by Atholl Anderson and Peter White.|
|Series||Records of the Australian Museum -- 27|
|Contributions||Anderson, Atholl., White, Peter.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||142 p. :|
|Number of Pages||142|
Offered by Over The Blue Horizon is a very nice copy of “THE PREHISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGY OF NORFOLK ISLAND” by Jim Specht. Norfolk Island was uninhabited when Captain James Cook visited it in but it has also been presumed it was occupied earlier by Pacific Islanders. An archaeological survey was conducted in to assess the nature and Seller Rating: % positive. Book Review of: The Prehistoric Archaeology of Norfolk Island, Southwest Pacific. By M. I. Weisler. Abstract. Records of the Australian Museum Supplement [extra title information Topics: Studies in Human Society, CX, - Non Author: M. I. Weisler. Prehistoric human colonisation of Norfolk Island: final report to Australian Heritage Commission / Atholl Anderson Division of Archaeology and Natural History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University Canberra Australian/Harvard Citation. Anderson, Atholl. & National Estate Grants Program (Australia). Prehistoric Archaeology of Norfolk Island (Pacific Anthropological Records, No 34) by Specht, Jim and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
Exploratory excavations in Cemetery, Emily and Slaughter Bays in search of a prehistoric settlement site are outlined, along with small scale researches elsewhere on Norfolk Island and on adjacent islands. The archaeological excavations at the settlement site discovered in Emily Bay are described in detail and the taphonomy of the site discussed. In The Prehistoric Archaeology of Norfolk Island, Southwest Pacific, ed. Atholl Anderson and Peter White, pp. 1–9. Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement Sydney: Australian Museum. The primary aim of the Norfolk Island Prehistory Project (NIPP), which began in , was to determine the fact, extent and nature of pre-European. In The Prehistoric Archaeology of Norfolk Island, Southwest Pacific, ed. Atholl Anderson and Peter White, pp. – Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement Archaeological research in the Auckland Islands, south of New Zealand, has disclosed earth ovens, middens and flaked stone tools dating to the thirteenth–fourteenth centuries AD. This is the first site of prehistoric settlement in the outlying islands of the Subantarctic.
The Archaeology of Niue Island, West Polynesia Pacific Archaeology: Documenting the p years: Papers from the (). Fishbone from the Emily Bay settlement site, Norfolk Island. In A. Anderson & P. White (Eds.), The Prehistoric Archaeology of Norfolk Island, Southwest Pacific . Norfolk Island (Norfuk: Norfuk Ailen) is a territory of is in the South Pacific Ocean between Australia, New Zealand, and New was one of the first British settlements in the Pacific. Twice it was used as a penal from Pitcairn Island were moved to Norfolk Island. It is now a popular place for holidays. The Prehistoric Archaeology of Norfolk Island, Southwest Pacific. Canberra: Australian National Museum, Print. Matisoo-Smith, Elizabeth, et al. “Genetic Variation in Archaeological Rattus ExulansRemains from the Emily Bay Settlement Site, Norfolk Island.” The Prehistoric Archaeology of Norfolk Island, Southwest Pacific. Book Title Oxford Companion to Archaeology Number of pages Publisher Oxford University Press Read more. The Prehistoric Archaeology of Norfolk Island, Southwest Pacific. AM Journal Article. Read more. Raman spectroscopy applied to understanding prehistoric obsidian trade in the Pacific Region. AM Publication. Read more. Balof.