Peter Hiscock
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Archaeology of ancient Australia
P Hiscock
Routledge, 2007
Technological responses to risk in Holocene Australia
P Hiscock
Journal of World Prehistory 8 (3), 267-292, 1994
Archaeological assessment reveals Earth’s early transformation through land use
L Stephens, D Fuller, N Boivin, T Rick, N Gauthier, A Kay, B Marwick, ...
Science 365 (6456), 897-902, 2019
The missing mousterian
HL Dibble, SP McPherron
Current anthropology 47 (5), 777-803, 2006
Quantifying the size of artefact assemblages
P Hiscock
Journal of Archaeological Science 29 (3), 251-258, 2002
The need for a taphonomic perspective in stone artefact analysis
P Hiscock
Queensland Archaeological Research 2, 82-97, 1985
Pattern and context in the Holocene proliferation of backed artifacts in Australia
P Hiscock
Archeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association 12 (1), 163-177, 2002
Thesis Abstract: Prehistoric Settlement Patterns and Artefact Manufacture at Lawn Hill, Northwest Queensland
PD Hiscock
Australian Archaeology 29 (1), 75-78, 1989
Blunt and to the point: Changing technological strategies in Holocene Australia
P Hiscock
Archaeology in Oceania: Australia and the Pacific islands, 69-95, 2006
Early Australian implement variation: a reduction model
P Hiscock, V Attenbrow
Journal of Archaeological Science 30 (2), 239-249, 2003
Learning in lithic landscapes: a reconsideration of the hominid “toolmaking” niche
P Hiscock
Biological Theory 9 (1), 27-41, 2014
Experimental evaluation of Kuhn's geometric index of reduction and the flat-flake problem
P Hiscock, C Clarkson
Journal of Archaeological Science 32 (7), 1015-1022, 2005
Early Holocene backed artefacts from Australia
P Hiscock, V Attenbrow
Archaeology in Oceania 33 (2), 49-62, 1998
Mobility and technology in the Kakadu coastal wetlands
P Hiscock
Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 15, 151-157, 1996
Desert peoples: archaeological perspectives
P Veth, M Smith, P Hiscock
John Wiley & Sons, 2008
Technological change in the Hunter River valley and the interpretation of late Holocene change in Australia
P Hiscock
Archaeology in Oceania 21 (1), 40-50, 1986
Change in the Australian desert culture: A reanalysis of Tulas from Puntutjarpa Rocksheiter
P Hiscock, P Veth
World Archaeology 22 (3), 332-345, 1991
Bondaian technology in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales
P Hiscock
Archaeology in Oceania 28 (2), 65-76, 1993
Excavations at Parnkupirti, Lake Gregory, great sandy desert: OSL ages for occupation before the last glacial maximum
P Veth, M Smith, J Bowler, K Fitzsimmons, A Williams, P Hiscock
Australian Archaeology 69 (1), 1-10, 2009
Looking the other way. A materialist/technological approach to classifying tools and implements, cores and retouched flakes
P Hiscock
Tools versus cores? alternative approaches to stone tool analysis, 198-222, 2007
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