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Puntutjarpa

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Western Australian Museum (Managed by)
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A large archaeological assemblage from Puntutjarpa, a rockshelter near the Warburton Ranges in Western Australia, excavated during the late 1960s by Dr R.A. Gould. The Puntutjarpa excavation was one of the first major archaeological investigations conducted in Western Australia and continues to be an important record of the prehistory of the region.
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text: Warburton Ranges, Western Australia

text: Puntutjarpa

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  • Local : WAM 10