A6135, K2/12/82/2

TITLE: Research - Archaeology - One of the world's most exiting archaeological sites has been discovered in South Australia on the banks of the River Murray. It is in an area which has shown continuous human habitation for more than 18,000 years [Portion of title exempt]. CATEGORY: photograph PRINCIPAL CREDIT: Australian News & Information Bureau Photograph by Douglas McNaughton FORMAT: b&w negative TYPE: cellulose acetate STATUS: preservation material

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Item barcode 11937099
Part of series A6135
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Title TITLE: Research - Archaeology - One of the world's most exiting archaeological sites has been discovered in South Australia on the banks of the River Murray. It is in an area which has shown continuous human habitation for more than 18,000 years [Portion of title exempt]. CATEGORY: photograph PRINCIPAL CREDIT: Australian News & Information Bureau Photograph by Douglas McNaughton FORMAT: b&w negative TYPE: cellulose acetate STATUS: preservation material
Contents dates 1982 - 1982
Location Canberra
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