Daryl Wesley
Daryl Wesley
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A minimum age for early depictions of Southeast Asian praus in the rock art of Arnhem Land, Northern Territory
PSC Taçon, SK May, SJ Fallon, M Travers, D Wesley, R Lamilami
Australian Archaeology 71 (1), 1-10, 2010
Painting history: Indigenous observations and depictions of the ‘other’in northwestern Arnhem Land, Australia
SK May, PSC Taçon, D Wesley, M Travers
Australian Archaeology 71 (1), 57-65, 2010
Radiocarbon age constraints for a Pleistocene–Holocene transition rock art style: the Northern Running Figures of the East Alligator River region, western Arnhem Land, Australia
T Jones, VA Levchenko, PL King, U Troitzsch, D Wesley, AA Williams, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 11, 80-89, 2017
Buried on foreign shores: isotope analysis of the origin of human remains recovered from a Macassan site in Arnhem Land
F Theden-Ringl, JN Fenner, D Wesley, R Lamilami
Australian Archaeology 73 (1), 41-48, 2011
Firearms in rock art of Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia
D Wesley
Rock Art Research: The Journal of the Australian Rock Art Research …, 2013
Re‐evaluating the timing of the Indonesian trepang industry in north‐west Arnhem Land: chronological investigations at Malara (Anuru Bay A)
D Wesley, SUE O'CONNOR, JN Fenner
Archaeology in Oceania 51 (3), 169-195, 2016
Sails set in stone: A technological analysis of non-Indigenous watercraft rock art paintings in North Western Arnhem Land
D Wesley, JF McKinnon, JT Raupp
Journal of Maritime Archaeology 7 (2), 245-269, 2012
Symbols of power: the firearm paintings of Madjedbebe (Malakunanja II)
SK May, D Wesley, J Goldhahn, M Litster, B Manera
International journal of historical archaeology 21 (3), 690-707, 2017
Pigment geochemistry as chronological marker: the case of lead pigment in rock art in the Urrmarning ‘Red Lily Lagoon’rock art precinct, western Arnhem Land
D Wesley, T Jones, C Reepmeyer
Australian Archaeology 78 (1), 1-9, 2014
‘Small, individually nondescript and easily overlooked’1: Contact beads from northwest Arnhem Land in an Indigenous–Macassan–European hybrid economy
D Wesley, M Litster
Australian Archaeology 80 (1), 1-16, 2015
Painted ships on a painted Arnhem Land landscape
SK May, PSC Taçon, D Wesley, M Pearson
The Great Circle 35 (2), 83-102, 2013
Holocene settlement of the northern coastal plains, Northern Territory, Australia
S Brockwell, P Bourke, A Clarke, C Crassweller, P Faulkner, B Meehan, ...
Beagle: Records of the Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory …, 2011
Pursuing social justice through collaborative archaeologies in Aboriginal Australia
C Smith, H Burke, J Ralph, K Pollard, A Gorman, C Wilson, S Hemming, ...
Archaeologies 15 (3), 536-569, 2019
Bayini, Macassans, Balanda, and Bininj: Defining the Indigenous past of Arnhem Land through Culture Contact
DL Wesley
Unpublished PhD thesis. Australian National University, Canberra, 2014
Maliwawa figures—a previously undescribed Arnhem Land rock art style
PSC Taçon, SK May, R Lamilami, F McKeague, IG Johnston, A Jalandoni, ...
Australian Archaeology 86 (3), 208-225, 2020
Indigenous built structures and anthropogenic impacts on the stratigraphy of Northern Australian rockshelters: insights from Malarrak 1, north western Arnhem Land
D Wesley, M Litster, I Moffat, S O’Connor
Australian Archaeology 84 (1), 3-18, 2018
Survival, social cohesion and rock art: The painted hands of western Arnhem Land, Australia
SK May, L Taylor, C Frieman, PSC Taçon, D Wesley, T Jones, J Goldhahn, ...
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 30 (3), 491-510, 2020
Implications for culture contact history from a glass artefact on a Diingwulung earth mound in Weipa
BÓ Foghlú, D Wesley, S Brockwell, H Cooke
Queensland Archaeological Research 19, 1-22, 2016
Earthenware of Malara, Anuru Bay: A reassessment of potsherds from a Macassan trepang processing site, Arnhem Land, Australia, and implications for Macassan trade and the …
D Wesley, T Jones, S O’Connor, J Fenner, W Dickinson
Australian Archaeology 79 (1), 14-25, 2014
Small, individually nondescript and easily overlooked’: the significance of contact beads from rockshelters in the Wellington Range, northwestern Arnhem Land
D Wesley, M Litster
Australian Archaeology 80 (1), 1-16, 2015
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