Stone Tools and Early Agriculture at Kuk Swamp Papua New Guinea

Richard Fullager, Judith Field, Timothy Paul Denham, Carol Lentfer

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication'Prehistoric Technology' 40 years later: Functional Studies and the Russian Legacy. Proceedings of the International Congress Verona (Italy) 20-23 April 2005
    EditorsLaura Longo, Natalia Skakun
    Place of PublicationOxford England UK
    PublisherArchaeopress
    Pages395 - 398
    Number of pages4
    Publication statusPublished - 2008
    EventPrehistoric Technology 40 years later: Functional Studies and the Russian Legacy - Verona Italy, Oxford England UK
    Duration: 1 Jan 2008 → …

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    ConferencePrehistoric Technology 40 years later: Functional Studies and the Russian Legacy
    CityOxford England UK
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    Fullager, R., Field, J., Denham, T. P., & Lentfer, C. (2008). Stone Tools and Early Agriculture at Kuk Swamp Papua New Guinea. In L. Longo, & N. Skakun (Eds.), 'Prehistoric Technology' 40 years later: Functional Studies and the Russian Legacy. Proceedings of the International Congress Verona (Italy) 20-23 April 2005 (pp. 395 - 398). Oxford England UK: Archaeopress.
    Fullager, Richard ; Field, Judith ; Denham, Timothy Paul ; Lentfer, Carol. / Stone Tools and Early Agriculture at Kuk Swamp Papua New Guinea. 'Prehistoric Technology' 40 years later: Functional Studies and the Russian Legacy. Proceedings of the International Congress Verona (Italy) 20-23 April 2005. editor / Laura Longo ; Natalia Skakun. Oxford England UK : Archaeopress, 2008. pp. 395 - 398
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    Fullager, R, Field, J, Denham, TP & Lentfer, C 2008, Stone Tools and Early Agriculture at Kuk Swamp Papua New Guinea. in L Longo & N Skakun (eds), 'Prehistoric Technology' 40 years later: Functional Studies and the Russian Legacy. Proceedings of the International Congress Verona (Italy) 20-23 April 2005. Archaeopress, Oxford England UK, pp. 395 - 398, Prehistoric Technology 40 years later: Functional Studies and the Russian Legacy, Oxford England UK, 1/01/08.

    Stone Tools and Early Agriculture at Kuk Swamp Papua New Guinea. / Fullager, Richard; Field, Judith; Denham, Timothy Paul; Lentfer, Carol.

    'Prehistoric Technology' 40 years later: Functional Studies and the Russian Legacy. Proceedings of the International Congress Verona (Italy) 20-23 April 2005. ed. / Laura Longo; Natalia Skakun. Oxford England UK : Archaeopress, 2008. p. 395 - 398.

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    Fullager R, Field J, Denham TP, Lentfer C. Stone Tools and Early Agriculture at Kuk Swamp Papua New Guinea. In Longo L, Skakun N, editors, 'Prehistoric Technology' 40 years later: Functional Studies and the Russian Legacy. Proceedings of the International Congress Verona (Italy) 20-23 April 2005. Oxford England UK: Archaeopress. 2008. p. 395 - 398