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Bedrock flaking data

University of New England, Australia
Newman, Kim ; Ross, June ; Moore, Mark
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Flake scar analysis of bedrock flaking (BF) panels, containing morphometric data for panels and individual flake scars. Data recorded in the field consisted of simplified morphometric data (maximum panel length, longest flake length, an intuitive assessment of stone quality and surface conditions and a note if the BF removes or is over-painted by rock art). Photographs were also taken in the field, more detailed morphometric data was collected from these. Stone samples were also collected in the field for mechanical testing. These samples were tested for Flexural Strength and Elasticity to compare quantitatively against the intuitive assessments made in the field.

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Australian Research Council - LP0991845 - (ARC NGCP Completed Projects) Change and continuity: chronology, archaeology and art in the North Kimberley, Northwest Australia

Issued: 2018-02-09

Date Submitted : 2018-02-09

Data time period: 2011-07-01 to 2017-12-31

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arc : LP0991845

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