Paul S.C. Tacon
Paul S.C. Tacon
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The power of stone: symbolic aspects of stone use and tool development in western Arnhern Land, Australia
PSC Tacon
Antiquity 65, 192-207, 1991
The archaeology of rock-art
C Chippindale, PSC Tašon
Cambridge University Press, 1998
The Archaeology of Rock-Art
PSC Tašon, C Chippindale
Cambridge University Press, 1998
Palaeolithic cave art in Borneo
M Aubert, P Setiawan, AA Oktaviana, A Brumm, PH Sulistyarto, ...
Nature 564 (7735), 254-257, 2018
Socialising landscapes: the long‐term implications of signs, symbols and marks on the land
PSC Tašon
Archaeology in Oceania 29 (3), 117-129, 1994
The many ways of dating Arnhem Land rock-art, north Australia
C Chippindale, PSC Tašon
The archaeology of rock-art, 90-111, 1998
Australia's ancient warriors: changing depictions of fighting in the rock art of Arnhem Land, NT
P Tacon, C Chippindale
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 4 (2), 211-248, 1994
Identifying ancient sacred landscapes in Australia: from physical to social
PSC Tašon
Archaeologies of landscape: Contemporary perspectives, 33-57, 1999
Human remains from the Pleistocene-Holocene transition of southwest China suggest a complex evolutionary history for East Asians
D Curnoe, J Xueping, AIR Herries, B Kanning, PSC Tašon, B Zhende, ...
PLoS one 7 (3), e31918, 2012
Birth of the Rainbow Serpent in Arnhem Land rock art and oral history
PSC Tašon, M Wilson, C Chippindale
Archaeology in Oceania 31 (3), 103-124, 1996
A minimum age for early depictions of Southeast Asian praus in the rock art of Arnhem Land, Northern Territory
PSC Tašon, SK May, SJ Fallon, M Travers, D Wesley, R Lamilami
Australian Archaeology 71 (1), 1-10, 2010
Two old painted panels from Kakadu: variation and sequence in Arnhem Land rock art
C Chippindale, PSC Tašon
Time and space: dating and spatial considerations in rock art research, 32-56, 1993
From Rainbow Snakes to'x-ray'fish: the nature of the recent rock painting tradition of western Arnhem Land, Australia
P Tacon
The Australian National University, 1989
Arnhem Land prehistory in landscape, stone and paint
PSC Tašon, S Brockwell
Antiquity 69 (265), 676-695, 1995
Painting history: Indigenous observations and depictions of the ‘other’in northwestern Arnhem Land, Australia
SK May, PSC Tašon, D Wesley, M Travers
Australian Archaeology 71 (1), 57-65, 2010
Cupule engravings from Jinmium–Granilpi (northern Australia) and beyond: exploration of a widespread and enigmatic class of rock markings
PSC Tašon, R Fullagar, S Ouzman, K Mulvaney
Antiquity 71 (274), 942-965, 1997
Ochre, clay, stone and art: the symbolic importance of minerals as life-force among Aboriginal peoples of northern and central Australia
PSC Tašon
Soils Stones and Symbols Cultural Perceptions of the Mineral World, 31-42, 2013
Visions of Dynamic Power: Archaic Rock-paintings, Altered States of Consciousness and ‘Clever Men’in Western Arnhem Lane (NT), Australia
C Chippindale, B Smith, PSC Tašon
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 10 (1), 63-101, 2000
Who let the dogs in? A review of the recent genetic evidence for the introduction of the dingo to Australia and implications for the movement of people
MA Fillios, PSC Tašon
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 7, 782-792, 2016
An analysis of Dorset art in relation to prehistoric culture stress
PSC Tašon
╔tudes/Inuit/Studies, 41-65, 1983
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