Robert G. Bednarik — List of Publications

1962. Die Wurzengrabenhöhle (Kat. Nr. 1854/33). Höhlenkundliche Mitteilungen 18(11): 132. Landesverein für Höhlenkunde in Wien und Niederösterreich.
1963a. Die Templerhöhle bei Seebenstein. Höhlenkundliche Mitteilungen 19(7): 83.
1963b. Sieg über den Pestschacht. Wiener Neustädter Nachrichten 1963(43), 25 October 1963.
1964a. Höhlenfahrten in der Umgebung der Gahnshauswiese. Höhlenkundliche Mitteilungen 20(1): 4-5.
1964b. [With R. Radislovich] Höhle im Kleinen Gries (Rax). Höhlenkundliche Mitteilungen 20(6): 56.
1965a. Höhlen bei Scheiblingkirchen östlich der Pitten. Höhlenkundliche Mitteilungen 21(12): 128-130.
1965b. Der Gläserkogelschacht und seine subfossilen Knochenfunde. Höhle und Spaten 1(1): 1-4.
1965c. Kollerhöhlen. Höhle und Spaten 1(1): 6.
1965d. Etagenhöhle. Höhle und Spaten 1(1): 6.
1965e. Literatur. Höhle und Spaten 1(1): 6-8.
1965f. Der Fensterschlot. Höhle und Spaten 1(2): 9-11.
1965g. Zur Deutung der Lochstäbe. Höhle und Spaten 1(2): 11-14.
1965h. Besuch der Schwarzgrabenhöhle. Höhle und Spaten 1(2): 14-15.
1965i. Literatur. Höhle und Spaten 1(2): 15-17.
1965j. Die Höhlen um Scheiblingkirchen und Innerschildgraben, N.Ö. Höhle und Spaten 1(3): 19-23.
1965k. Neues aus der Gudenushöhle. Höhle und Spaten 1(3): 24-25.
1965l. Literatur. Höhle und Spaten 1(3): 25-27.
1965m. Die Höhlen um Scheiblingkirchen und Innerschildgraben, N.Ö. – II. Teil. Höhle und Spaten 1(4): 29-35.
1965n. Literatur. Höhle und Spaten 1(4): 36-37.
1965o. Die Höhlen um Scheiblingkirchen und Innerschildgraben, N.Ö. – III. Teil. Höhle und Spaten 1(5): 40-42.
1965p. Literatur. Höhle und Spaten 1(5): 43-44.
1965q. Nieten. Höhle und Spaten 1(6): 49-52.
1965r. Literatur. Höhle und Spaten 1(6): 53-55.
1965s. Literatur. Höhle und Spaten 1(7): 64-65.
1965t. Die Mitterberg-Tropfsteinhöhle. Höhle und Spaten 1(8): 67-69.
1965u. Literatur. Höhle und Spaten 1(8): 80-85.
1968. Die Höhlen von Buchan (Victoria, Australien). Die Höhle 19: 94-96.
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1970. Die Grabungen in der Promenadensteighöhle (1961 — 1964). Die Höhle 21: 117-126.
1973. Wohnhöhlen bei Tom Price (Nordwest-Australien). Die Höhle 24: 140-145.
1974. Die letzten Tiger Australiens. Wiener Neustädter Nachrichten, 15 August, pp. 4-5.
1977a. A survey of prehistoric sites in the Tom Price region, northwestern Australia. Archaeology and Physical Anthropology in Oceania 12: 51-76.
1977b. The lithic objects from Tom Price. Unpublished catalogue, 33 p., Archive of the Australian Rock Art Research Association Inc., Melbourne.
1979. The potential of rock patination analysis in Australian archaeology — part 1. The Artefact 4: 14-38.
1980. The potential of rock patination analysis in Australian archaeology — part 2. The Artefact 5: 47-77.
1982a. The Parietal Markings Project. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 3: 3-4.
1982b. Consultation of rock art specialists. Australian Archaeology 14: 122.
1982c. Science and the Franklin River caves. The Age 18 December 1982.
1983a. Introduction. AURA Newsletter 1: 1-7.
1983b. The Australian Rock Art Research Association. Australian Archaeology 17: 146.
1983c. Anthropological congress in Vancouver. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 4: 11-12.
1983d. Orientation. AURA Newsletter 1: 9-15.
1984a. Editorial. Rock Art Research 1(1): 3-4.
1984b. Comment on H. P. McNickle, ‘Variation in style and distribution of rock engravings in the Pilbara region’. Rock Art Research 1(1): 20-21.
1984c. Comment on J. L. Dickman, ‘An image digitising and storage system for use in rock art research’. Rock Art Research 1(1): 33-34.
1984d. [With G. D. Aslin] Karlie-ngoinpool Cave: a preliminary report. Rock Art Research 1(1): 36-45.
1984e. The nature of psychograms. The Artefact 8: 27-32.
1984f. Die Bedeutung der paläolithischen Fingerlinientradition. Anthropologie 23: 73-79.
1984g. The Australian Rock Art Research Association. Quaternary Australasia 2: 38.
1984h. General comments. AURA Newsletter 2: 1-2.
1984i. Report of the Xith ICAES Congress. Rock Art Research 1(2): 60-63.
1984j. Terminology. Rock Art Research 1(2): 70.
1984k. Karake Cave — a preliminary report. The Artefact 8: 33-35.
1984l. Australian Rock Art Research Association. Bolletino del Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici 21: 12.
1984m. The Gudenus Cave Project. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 5: 6-8.
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1985a. [With G. D. Aslin and E. K. Bednarik] The ‘Parietal Markings Project’ — a progress report. Rock Art Research 2(1): 71-74.
1985b. Comment on M. Nobbs, ‘Rock art in Olary Province, South Australia’. Rock Art Research 2(1): 80-82.
1985c. Rock Art Preservation and Management Workshop, Perth 1984. Rock Art Research 2(1): 87.
1985d. Editor’s response to letter by B. J. Wright. Rock Art Research 2(1): 90-91.
1985e. Parietal finger markings in Australia. Bolletino del Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici 22: 83-88.
1985f. VII Simposio Internacional de Arte Rupestre Americano, Arequípa, Peru 1985. AURA Newsletter 3: 2-3.
1985g. [With G. D. Aslin] Moora Cave — a preliminary report. Rock Art Research 2(2): 160-165.
1985h. The 1985 ARARA Symposium at Santa Barbara, California. Rock Art Research 2(2): 171-173.
1985i. Harald Pager, 1923 – 1985. Rock Art Research 2(2): 174-175.
1985j. Editor’s response to letter by S. E. Minchin. Rock Art Research 2(2): 177.
1985k. Forthcoming events. AURA Newsletter 3(2): 1-4.
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1986a. The parietal art of South Australia. Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia 24: 3-21.
1986b. The World Archaeological Congress, Southampton 1986. AURA Newsletter 4: 1-2.
1986c. The 1986 AURA Field Trip to France and Spain. AURA Newsletter 4: 4.
1986d. Parietal finger markings in Europe and Australia. Rock Art Research 3: 30-61, 159-170.
1986e. Comment on W. Davis, ‘The origins of image making’. Current Anthropology 27: 202-203.
1986f. Cave use by Australian Pleistocene man. Proceedings, University of Bristol Spaeleological Society 17: 227-245.
1986g. Preamble to First AURA Congress. AURA Newsletter 4: 5.
1986h. [With G. Chaloupka] First AURA Congress. AURA Newsletter 4: 6-7.
1986i. Letter to editor. Bollettino del Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici 23: 7.
1986j. Rock art protection project directed by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. Rock Art Research 3: 158.
1986k. Darwin 1988 — Extended first announcement. Rock Art Research 3(2): 192-194.
1986l. Organising the 1988 AURA Congress. Rock Art Research 3(3): 194-195.
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1987a. Review of ‘Conservation of rock art’. Rock Art Research 4(1): 70-71.
1987b. Review of ‘Hieroglyphic Canyon’. Rock Art Research 4(1): 72-73.
1987c. Review of ‘A radiocarbon date at the Rochester Creek site, Utah’. Rock Art Research 4(1): 77-78.
1987d. Southern African Rock Art Research Association. Rock Art Research 4(1): 82-83.
1987e. Darwin 1988 — interim notice. Rock Art Research 4(1): 85-86.
1987f. No pictographs at end of Rochester Creek rainbow. La Pintura 15(2+3): 14-18.
1987g. The chalking of petroglyphs: a response. La Pintura 15(2+3): 12-13.
1987h. Comment on J. Steinbring, E. Danziger and R. Callaghan, ‘Middle Archaic petroglyphs in northern North America’. Rock Art Research 4(2): 159-160.
1987i. Darwin ’88 — Second announcement. Rock Art Research 4(2): 173-179.
1987j. The 1987 ARARA Symposium — a landmark in American rock art studies. Rock Art Research 4(2): 170.
1987k. VIII Simposium Internacional de Arte Rupestre Americano. Rock Art Research 4(2): 170-171.
1987l. Engramme und Phosphene. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 112(2): 223-235.
1987m. A message from one rock art continent to another. Pictogram 1(1): 1-2.
1987/88n. The cave art of Western Australia. The Artefact 12: 1-16.
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1988a. Comment on F. D. McCarthy, ‘Rock art sequences: a matter for clarification’. Rock Art Research 5(1): 35-38.
1988b. Editors response, to M. Consens, ‘First rock paintings in Amazon Basin’. Rock Art Research 5(1): 72.
1988c. Book review of M. Davlet, ‘Petroglyphs of the Mugur-Surgol’. Rock Art Research 5(1): 75-76.
1988d. Darwin 1988 — Third announcement. Rock Art Research 5(1): 85-88.
1988e. Comment on J. D. Lewis-Williams and T. A. Dowson, ‘The signs of all times’. Current Anthropology 29(2): 218-219.
1988f. El arte rupestre Boliviano visto desde el exterior. SIARB Boletín 2: 22-28.
1988g. Information about Darwin congress. AURA Newsletter 5(1): 3-7.
1988h. Not on my Nellie! Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 3: 5-7.
1988i. The Paroong Cave Preservation Project. Occasional AURA Publication 1, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
1988j. Program and congress handbook, First AURA Congress. Occasional AURA Publication 2, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
1988k. Darwin ’88 — a watershed. AURA Newsletter 5(2): 11.
1988l. Comment on D. Mania and U. Mania, ‘Deliberate engravings on bone artefacts of Homo erectus’. Rock Art Research 5(2): 96-100.
1988m. Comment on M. F. Nobbs and R. I. Dorn, ‘Age determinations for rock varnish formation within petroglyphs: cation-ratio dating of 24 motifs from the Olary region, South Australia. Rock Art Research 5(2): 124-139.
1988n. Tasmanian handstencils. Rock Art Research 5(2): 171.
1988o. Reply to letter to editor by J. Clegg. Rock Art Research 5(2): 172.
1988p. International Federation of Rock Art Organizations formed. Rock Art Research 5(2): 174-175.
1988q. Manual for the Kimberley-Pilbara Expedition. Occasional AURA Publication 3, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
1988r. A milestone in the history of rock art research. Newsletter of Rock Art (in Chinese) 1988: 1-4.
1988s. Darwin 88 — a watershed in rock art studies. Pictogram 1(3): 7-8.
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1989a. Priorities in rock art conservation. Pictogram 2(1): 5-6.
1989b. Rock art vs. natural markings: a reply to Loendorf. La Pintura 15(3): 10-11.
1989c. Spiritual seekers vandalise rock art. The Age 7 February, p. 12.
1989d. The First AURA Congress. Australian Archaeology 28: 146.
1989e. On the Pleistocene settlement of South America. Antiquity 63: 101-111.
1989f. Groupe d’études der recherches et de souvegarde de l’art rupestre (GERSAR). Rock Art Research 6(1): 11.
1989g. Book review of A. N. Jiménez, ‘Petroglifos del Perú. Panorama mundial del arte rupestre’. Rock Art Research 6(1): 73-74.
1989h. IFRAO Report No. 2. Rock Art Research 6(1): 79-80.
1989i. Rock art conservation and protection in Australia. In H. K. Crotty (ed.), Preserving our rock art heritage, pp. 43-47. Occasional Paper 1 of the American Rock Art Research Association, Los Angeles.
1989j. Annual AURA Meeting 1989. AURA Newsletter 6(1): 1-2.
1989k. Australian rock art dating consultation. AURA Newsletter 6(1): 2.
1989l. [With P. J. Trezise] Second AURA Congress: meeting of the steering committee in Cairns, July 1989. AURA Newsletter 6(1): 3.
1989m. Darwin ’88 — Uno spartiacque negli studi sull’arte rupestre. Survey 3(5): 12-15.
1989n. Perspectives of Koongine Cave and scientistic archaeology. Australian Archaeology 29: 9-16.
1989o. The Galgenberg figurine from Krems, Austria. Rock Art Research 6(2): 118-125.
1989p. Further comment on D. Mania and U. Mania, ‘Deliberate engravings on bone artefacts of Homo erectus’. Rock Art Research 6(2): 142-144.
1989q. Preparations for the Second AURA Congress: first progress report. Rock Art Research 6(2): 157-158.
1989r. The AURA Exhibition: call for proposals. Rock Art Research 6(2): 158.
1989s. IFRAO Report No. 3. Rock Art Research 6(2): 159.
1989t. World’s oldest stone sculpture found. Pictogram 2(3): 6-7.
1989/90u. Editorial. The Artefact 13: 2.
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1990a. On neuropsychology and shamanism in rock art. Current Anthropology 31(1): 77-84.
1990b. The cave petroglyphs of southern Australia. Report for the Australian Heritage Commission, 4 pp.
1990c. Rock art researchers as rock art vandals. Pictogram 3(1): 4-6.
1990d. Sobre la práctica de tizar los petroglifos. SIARB Boletín 4: 24-26.
1990e. Editorial. Rock Art Research 7(1): 3.
1990f. Comment on D. Tangri, ‘!Science, hypothesis testing and prehistoric pictures’. Rock Art Research 7(1): 67-69.
1990g. An Acheulian haematite pebble with striations. Rock Art Research 7(1): 75.
1990h. About professional rock art vandals. The Rock Art Quarterly 1(1+2): 11-16.
1990i. A new era in dating rock paintings. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 1990/2: 4-5.
1990j. RAR’s seven-year itch? AURA Newsletter 7(1): 1.
1990k. Annual AURA Meeting 1989. AURA Newsletter 7(1): 2-3.
1990l. Geochemical methods for dating rock art. AURA Newsletter 7(1): 3.
1990m. Global perspectives of rock art. Purakala 1(1): 2-6.
1990n. IFRAO Report No. 2-4. Purakala 1(1): 14-16.
1990o. Rock art tour of India. Rock Art Research 7(1): 80.
1990p. IFRAO Report No. 4. Rock Art Research 7(1): 79-80.
1990q. Age of skeletal remains irrelevant. The Age, 31 August.
1990r. On the cognitive development of hominids. Man and Environment 15(2): 1-7.
1990s. About Pleistocene chert mining. Sahara 3: 113-115.
1990t. About professional rock art vandals. Survey 4(6): 8-12.
1990u. Priorità nella conservazione dell’arte rupestre. Survey 4(6): 13-23.
1990v. The world’s oldest stone sculpture. Survey 4(6): 75-79.
1990w. Global developments in prehistoric art studies. The Rock Art Quarterly 1(3+4): 101-106.
1990x. Review of A. Castiglioni et al., ‘Fiumi di pietra: archivo della prehistoria sahariana. Préhistoire Ariégeoise (in French)
1990y. Review of G. Fuchs, ‘Höhlenfundplätze im Raum Peggau – Deutschfeistritz, Steiermark, Österreich’. Anthropologie 28(2-3): 285-286.
1990z. The cave petroglyphs of Australia. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1990(2): 64-68.
1990aa. Homo erectus skapade konst i mellanistiden. Populär Arkeologi 9(1): 18.
1990bb. Venus från Willendorf bräded av landsmanninna. Populär Arkeologi 9(1): 19.
1990cc. Petroglyph moulds and ethical standards. Archaeology in New Zealand 33(4): 209-213.
1990dd. On mammoth figurines. La Pintura 17(2): 6.
1990ee. Book review of B. E. Barich, E. Garcea, M. Lupacciolu and R. Sebastiani, ‘Arte prehistorica del Sahara’. Sahara 3: 134-135.
1990ff. Seminar of Indian Culture in the Perspective of Rock Art and Inscriptions – a resounding success! Pictogram 3(2): 16.
1990gg. Palaeolithic cave art dated for the first time. Pictogram 3(2): 20.
1990hh. Book review of G. Fuchs (ed.), ‘Höhlenfundplätze in Raum Peggau-Deutschfeistritz, Steiermark’. Archaeologia Austriaca 74: 237-238.
1990ii. More to Palaeolithic females than meets the eye. Rock Art Research 7(2): 133-137.
1990jj. Book review of A. Castiglioni, A. Castiglioni and G. Negro, ‘Fiumi di pietra: archivo della preistoria sahariana’. Rock Art Research 7(2): 147.
1990kk. Book review of K. H. Striedter, ‘Felsbilder der Sahara’. Rock Art Research 7(2): 147-148.
1990ll. Book review of Juri Savvateyev, ‘Karelische Felsbilder’. Rock Art Research 7(2): 148-149.
1990mm. Cairns ‘92: The Second AURA Congress. First Announcement. Rock Art Research 7(2): 151-152.
1990nn. IFRAO Report No. 5. Rock Art Research 7(2): 154-156.
1990oo. Latex and ethics: about a rubber fetish of archaeologists. Pictogram 3(3): 1-2.
1990pp. Vandalism and academic elitism: some attitudinal problems in rock art studies. Pictogram 3(3): 20-21.
1990/91qq. Epistemology in palaeoart studies. Origini 15: 57-78.
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1991a. Rock art researchers as rock art vandals. Purakala 2(1): 13-16.
1991b [With G. Kumar and G. S. Tyagi]. Petroglyphs from central India. Purakala 2(1): 24-27.
1991c. The emperor’s clothes. Purakala 2(1): 18-21.
1991d. Limits of knowledge. Purakala 2(1): 29-31.
1991e. IFRAO Report No. 5. Purakala 2(1): 32-34.
1991f. Dating eons with cations. La Pintura 17(3): 8-9.
1991g. Annual AURA Meeting 1991. AURA Newsletter 8(1): 1-2.
1991h. Book review of G. Fuchs, ‘Höhlenfundplätze im Raum Peggau – Deutschfeistritz, Steiermark, Österreich’. Ur- und Frühzeit 18(1): 41-44.
1991i. Comment in J. P. Whittall (ed.), American epigraphy at the crossroads, pp. 72-74. E.S.R.S. Epigraphy Series No. 2, Long Hill, Massachusetts.
1991j. Foreword and acknowledgments. In C. Pearson and B. K. Swartz (eds), Rock art and posterity: conserving, managing and recording rock art, p. iii. Occasional AURA Publication No. 4, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
1991k. The Paroong Cave Preservation Project. In C. Pearson and B. K. Swartz (eds), Rock art and posterity: conserving, managing and recording rock art, pp. 66-70. Occasional AURA Publication No. 4, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
1991l. Standardisation in rock art terminology. In C. Pearson and B. K. Swartz (eds), Rock art and posterity: conserving, managing and recording rock art, pp. 116-118. Occasional AURA Publication No. 4, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
1991m [With G. Kumar and G. S. Tyagi]. Petroglyphs from central India. Rock Art Research 8(1): 33-35.
1991n. Review of S. de Luca and G. d’Inzillo Carranza, ‘Arte prehistorica del Sahara’. Rock Art Research 8(1): 70-71.
1991o. The Second AURA Congress. Second Announcement. Rock Art Research 8(1): 73-74.
1991p. The IFRAO Standard Scale. Rock Art Research 8(1): 78-79.
1991q. Code of ethics for sample removal. Rock Art Research 8(1): 79.
1991r. Destruction of rock art sites. IFRAO emergency plan. Rock Art Research 8(1): 80.
1991s. Book review of M. W. Conkey and C. A. Hastorf (eds), ‘The uses of style in archaeology’. Australian Archaeology 32: 75-76.
1991t. Field seminar, Mt Gambier caves. AASV Bulletin 1991(2): 2.
1991u. Neither a new Lascaux nor another Piltdown. AASV Bulletin 1991(2): 6-7.
1991v. Report of the Annual AURA Meeting 1991. AURA Newsletter 8(2): 1-2.
1991w. The 1991 AURA China Tour. AURA Newsletter 8(2): 4.
1991x. Editorial comment on Li Fushun, ‘Possible evidence of sun-god worship in Chinese rock art. AURA Newsletter 8(2): 7.
1991y. Letter to editor. La Pintura 17(4): 10.
1991z. Code of ethics for sample removal. Pictogram 4(1): 19-20.
1991aa. Destruction of rock art sites. IFRAO emergency plan. Pictogram 4(1): 20-21.
1991bb. The direct dating of rock art. Symposium compilation of articles in exchange. Pre-conference publications of the 1991 International Rock Art Conference in Yinshuan, China (in English and Chinese).
1991cc. Call for a deontology of rock art research. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1991(2): 56-61.
1991dd. On the motivation of rock art reuse. La Pintura 18(2): 10-11, 13-14.
1991ee. Comment on F. d’Errico, ‘Microscopic and statistical criteria for the identification of prehistoric systems of notation’. Rock Art Research 8(2): 89-91.
1991ff [With You Yuzhu]. Palaeolithic art from China. Rock Art Research 8(2): 119-123.
1991gg [With M. Consens]. The ethics of rock art research. Rock Art Research 8(2): 138.
1991hh. The Second AURA Congress. Third Announcement. Rock Art Research 8(2): 149-151.
1991ii. On natural cave markings. Helictite 29(2): 27-41.
1991jj. Sobre la datación del arte rupestre. SIARB Boletín 5: 31-34.
1991kk. A basis for advanced studies in palaeoart. Rock Art Quarterly 2(3-4): 80-83.
1991ll. Comment on M. Consens, ‘A theoretical approach to function, use and symbolic production’. Rock Art Quarterly 2(3-4): 100-101.
1991mm. Asian palaeoart and Eurocentric science. Purakala 2: 71-76.
1991nn. Adventures in the exploration of Samson’s Shaft in Brazil. Purakala 2: 81-84.
1991oo [With Li Fushun]. Rock art dating in China: past and future. The Artefact 14: 25-33.
1991pp. First settlement of Australia. The Artefact 14: 34.
1991qq. ‘African Eve’ a computer bungle. The Artefact 14: 34-35.
1991rr. Lost cities in Arabia. The Artefact 14: 35.
1991ss. Oldest dated rock art in the world. The Artefact 14: 35.
1991tt. Italian ‘Austrian Ice Man’ dated. The Artefact 14: 35.
1991uu. First Palaeolithic art from China. The Artefact 14: 36.
1991vv. Palaeolithic art destroyed. The Artefact 14: 36.
1991ww. Archaeologists: holier than thou. The Artefact 14: 36-37.
1991xx. Japanese cave man? The Artefact 14: 37.
1991yy. Archaeoastronomy under fire. The Artefact 14: 37.
1991zz. Sex-change for ivory sculpture. The Artefact 14: 37.
1991aaa. Earliest date from Queensland. The Artefact 14: 37.
1991bbb. Largest rock paintings in the world. The Artefact 14: 37-38.
1991ccc. An Acheulian cricket bat? The Artefact 14: 38.
1991ddd. Artefacts without makers? The Artefact 14: 38.
1991eee. Official artefact of California. The Artefact 14: 38.
1991fff. Upper Palaeolithic burial from Italy. The Artefact 14: 38-39.
1991ggg. About: ‘The uses of style in archaeology’. Sahara 4: 157.
1991hhh. Rock art researchers as rock art vandals. Sahara 4: 166-168.
1991iii. Paläolithische Felskunst erstmals datiert. Ur- und Frühzeit 18(2): 29-32.
1991jjj. Second AURA Congress and 1992 IFRAO Meeting: 30 August – 4 September 1992, Cairns, Australia. Anthropologie 29(3): 239.
1991/92kkk. Rock art researchers as rock art vandals. Jahrbuch der GE.FE.BI. (Megalithbauten II) 8: 114-118.
1991/92lll. Rock art and ethics. Pragdhara 2: 1-5.
1991/92mmm. Rock art as a cultural determinant. Survey 5/6(7/8): 11-20.
1991/92nnn. The Second AURA Congress, Cairns ‘92. Survey 5/6(7/8): 243-245.
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1992a. Symposium sur la déontologie des études sur l’art ancien. International Newsletter on Rock Art 1(1): 5-6.
1992b. Réunion annuelle 1991 de A.U.R.A. International Newsletter on Rock Art 1(1): 8-9.
1992c. Yinchuan: East meets West in rock art studies. International Newsletter on Rock Art 1(1): 9-10.
1992d. Largest rock paintings in the world found. International Newsletter on Rock Art 1(1): 15.
1992e. First petroglyphs found in central India. International Newsletter on Rock Art 1(1): 15.
1992f. Chinese rock art dated. International Newsletter on Rock Art 1(1): 15-16.
1992g. Palaeoart and archaeological myths. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 2(1): 27-43.
1992h. Ang-Gnarra to host Laura Field trips of AURA Congress. AURA Newsletter 9(1): 1-2.
1992i. Prophecy in ancient Chinese rock painting fulfilled. AURA Newsletter 9(1): 4-5.
1992j. Editor’s response to letter by R. Brown. AURA Newsletter 9(1): 6-7.
1992k. Palaeolithic art found in China. Nature 356: 116.
1992l. The Second AURA Congress. Final Announcement. Rock Art Research 9(1): 78-80.
1992m. Threat to Hazaribagh rock art. Rock Art Research 9(1): 84.
1992n. Premières découvertes d’art paléolithique en Allemagne. International Newsletter on Rock Art No. 2: 3-4.
1992o. Stratigraphie de peintures rupestres australiennes. International Newsletter on Rock Art No. 2: 5-6.
1992p. Challenge posed by the Palaeolithic art of Asia. International Newsletter on Rock Art No. 2: 20-23.
1992q. Second AURA Congress: program and congress handbook. Occasional AURA Publication 7. Archaeological Publications, Melbourne.
1992r. Acerca de la motivación del re-uso del arte rupestre: un ejemplo del Período Colonial de Bolivia. R. Querejazu L. (ed.), Arte rupestre colonial y republicano de Bolivia y paises vecinos. Contribuciones al estudio del arte rupestre Sudamericano, No. 3, pp. 28-35. SIARB, La Paz.
1992s. Ethics in rock art research and conservation. Rock Art Quarterly 3(1-2): 17-24.
1992t. On the road to deontological consensus. Rock Art Quarterly 3(1-2): 26-35.
1992u. Prioritetnye napravleniya v rabotakh po konservatsii pamyatnikov naskal’nogo iskusstva. In Naskal’nye risunki evrazii, Pervobytnoe iskusstvo, pp. 8-13. Novosibirsk ‘Nauka’, Sibirskoe otdelenie, Novosibirsk.
1992v. Foreword. M. Lorblanchet (ed.), Rock art in the Old World, pp. xi-xii. Indira Gandhi National Centre of the Arts, New Delhi.
1992w. Early subterranean chert mining. The Artefact 15: 11-24.
1992x. Ivory billet from New Mexico. The Artefact 15: 36.
1992y. Cosquer Cave art authenticated. The Artefact 15: 36-37.
1992z. Fake cave art in Spain. The Artefact 15: 37.
1992aa. Ancient Indian heritage threatened. The Artefact 15: 37.
1992bb. A ‘Siberian Eve’ next? The Artefact 15: 37-38.
1992cc. Whose Stonehenge? The Artefact 15: 38.
1992dd. Wooden Stone Age figurines. The Artefact 15: 38.
1992ee. First cave art of central Europe. The Artefact 15: 38.
1992ff. Method to date rock surfaces. The Artefact 15: 38-39.
1992gg. Tomb of Pilate’s henchman. The Artefact 15: 39.
1992hh. Oldest dated rock art — a revision. The Artefact 15: 39.
1992ii. Palaeoart chronology under siege. The Artefact 15: 39-40.
1992jj. A new method to date petroglyphs. Archaeometry 34(2): 279-291.
1992kk. The Paleolithic art of Asia. In S. Goldsmith, S. Garvie, D. Selin and J. Smith (eds), Ancient images, ancient thought: the archaeology of ideology, pp. 383-390. Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary.
1992ll. On Lower Paleolithic cognitive development. In S. Goldsmith, S. Garvie, D. Selin and J. Smith (eds), Ancient images, ancient thought: the archaeology of ideology, pp. 427-435. Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary.
1992mm. Cairns ‘92 — a trailblazer conference. AURA Newsletter 9(2): 9-11.
1992nn. Permanence of art and transience of graffiti. La Pintura 19(2): 10-13.
1992oo. Etica e investigacion en arte rupestre. Antropología 2: 77-79.
1992pp. The stuff legends in archaeology are made of: a reply to critics. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 2(2): 262-265.
1992qq. Book review of M. Lorblanchet (ed.), ‘Rock art in the Old World’. Rock Art Research 9: 142-143.
1992rr. Book review of J. Jelínek, ‘Art in the mirror of ages. The beginnings of artistic activities’. Rock Art Research 9: 146.
1992ss. The Second AURA Congress: a summary. Rock Art Research 9: 150-151.
1992tt. Busy year for AURA. Rock Art Research 9: 164.
1992uu. Guest editorial. La Pintura 19(3): 17-18.
1992vv. Novyï metod datirovki naskal’nykh izobrazheniï. Arkheologicheskiï Byulleten’ 11(3): 15.
1992ww. Rock art and rock art research in Australia. Adoranten 1992: 18-22.
1992xx. Código de etica para sacar muestras. SIARB Boletín 6: 22-23.
1992yy. El este se encuentra con el oeste en los estudios de arte rupestre: la conferencia de Yinchuan, China. SIARB Boletín 6: 27-28.
1992zz. Le cas des lions hermaphrodites. L’Anthropologie 96(2-3): 609-611.
1992aaa. Base pour des études de pointe des débuts de l’art. L’Anthropologie 96(2-3): 369-374.
1992bbb. Premier Congrès AURA, 29 août – 2 septembre 1988. L’Anthropologie 96(2-3): 631-632.
1992ccc. Developments in rock art dating. Acta Archaeologica 63: 141-155.
1992ddd. Mehr über die rote Farbe in Vorgeschichte. Almogaren 23: 179-189.
1992eee. [With K. Devlet] Rock art conservation in Siberia. Purakala 3(1-2): 3-11.
1992fff. Directions in rock art studies: a clarification. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1992(2): 112-114.
1992ggg. Natural line markings on Palaeolithic objects. Anthropologie 30(3): 233-240.
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1993a. Jacket comment in S. Fein, First drawings: genesis of visual thinking. Exelrod Press, Pleasant Hill, California.
1993b. Les plus vieilles dates du monde por l’art rupestre. International Newsletter on Rock Art 4: 5-6.
1993c. Art rupestre menac‚ en Inde. International Newsletter on Rock Art 4: 8.
1993d. Nouveautés dans l’analyse des peintures rupestres. International Newsletter on Rock Art 4: 10-12.
1993e. European Palaeolithic art — typical or exceptional? Oxford Journal of Archaeology 12(1): 1-8.
1993f. The first Americans. AASV Bulletin 1993/1: 6-7.
1993g. Late Holocene mammoths. AASV Bulletin 1993/1: 7-8.
1993h. Refutability and taphonomy: touchstones of palaeoart studies. Comment on D. W. Cameron, `The archaeology of Upper Palaeolithic art: aspects of uniformitarianism’. Rock Art Research 10(1): 11-13.
1993i. Address to opening session of First Conference of the Rock Art Research Association of China. Rock Art Research 10(1): 47-48.
1993j. The direct dating of rock art. Rock Art Research 10(1): 48-51.
1993k. Book review of E. Anati, ‘Felsbilder: Wiege der Kunst und des Geistes’. Rock Art Research 10(1): 70-71.
1993l. Minutes of the Third Business Meeting of IFRAO. Rock Art Research 10(1): 78-79.
1993m. New method to date petroglyphs. International Newsletter on Rock Art 5: 12-13.
1993n. More about chert mining. AASV Bulletin 1993/2: 8-9.
1993o. Essays on the emperor’s clothes (I). Sirius B 3(4): 27-30.
1993p. (ed.) Symposium program. First AASV Symposium on Archaeological Dating. Occasional AASV Publication 1, Archaeological Publications, Melbourne.
1993q. Letter to editors. Australian Archaeology 36: 64-65.
1993r. Archaeological dating. Lab Talk 37(3): 20-21.
1993s. New evidence of hominid origins. AASV Bulletin 1993/3: 7-8.
1993t. Foreword. In J. Steinbring, A. Watchman, P. Faulstich and P. S. C. Taçon (eds), Time and space. Dating and spatial considerations in rock art research, p. iii. Papers of Symposia F and E, Second AURA Congress, Cairns 1992. Occasional AURA Publication 8, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
1993u. A strategy for the practical application of microerosion dating. In J. Steinbring, A. Watchman, P. Faulstich and P. S. C. Taçon (eds), Time and space. Dating and spatial considerations in rock art research, pp. 64-66. Papers of Symposia F and E, Second AURA Congress, Cairns 1992. Occasional AURA Publication 8, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
1993v. Rock art management in Australia. Pictogram 6(1): 1-7.
1993w. A method to date rock surfaces. Pictogram 6(1): 12-13.
1993x. The First AASV Symposium on Archaeological Dating: an assessment. AASV Bulletin 1993/4: 6-8.
1993y. The calibrated dating of petroglyphs. The Artefact 16: 32-38.
1993z. Book review of N. W. Smith, ‘An analysis of Ice Age art. Its psychology and belief system’. The Artefact 16: 55-56.
1993aa. [With E. G. Devlet] Problemy konservatsiï pamyatnikov naskal’nogo iskusstva verkhneï Leny. Sovremennye problemy isucheniya petroglifov, pp. 37-48. Spornik Nauchnykh Trudov, Kemerovskiï Rocudarstvennyï Universitet, Kemerovo.
1993bb. Pleistocene racial divergence. The Artefact 16: 57.
1993cc. Wooden Neanderthal implements. The Artefact 16: 57-58.
1993dd. Cosquer Cave dating. The Artefact 16: 58.
1993ee. Cave art in New Guinea. The Artefact 16: 58.
1993ff. Oldest known seagoing vessel. The Artefact 16: 58-59.
1993gg. Early wheel find. The Artefact 16: 59.
1993hh. Roman treasure found. The Artefact 16: 59.
1993ii. New Chinese hominid finds. The Artefact 16: 59.
1993jj. Neanderthal origins. The Artefact 16: 59-60.
1993kk. Hominid from Malawi. The Artefact 16: 60.
1993ll. Decorated pebbles from Japan. The Artefact 16: 60.
1993mm. Stone Age stone walls. The Artefact 16: 60.
1993nn. New German hominid finds. The Artefact 16: 60-61.
1993oo. Early cognitive evidence from Africa. The Artefact 16: 61.
1993pp. Wonders of Wonderwork Cave. The Artefact 16: 61.
1993qq. Pleistocene ornament from Brazil. The Artefact 16: 61-62.
1993rr. Chinese amazons. The Artefact 16: 62.
1993ss. Late Holocene mammoths. The Artefact 16: 62.
1993tt. Archaeological pluralism in Russia. The Artefact 16: 62.
1993uu. Evidence of infanticide. The Artefact 16: 63.
1993vv. On the origins of beer. The Artefact 16: 63.
1993ww. Shi jie shang zui gu lao de yan hua (The world’s oldest art). Mei Shu 8(308): 82-83.
1993xx. Essays on the emperor’s clothes (II). Sirius B 3(5): 19-22.
1993yy. Rock art on the road to scientific relevance. Comment on O. Odak, ‘The birth of a new scientific discipline’. Rock Art Research 10(2): 119-121.
1993zz. About cupules. Rock Art Research 10(2): 138-139.
1993aaa. Book review of N. W. Smith, ‘An analysis of Ice Age art: Its psychology and belief system’. Rock Art Research 10(2): 140-141.
1993bbb. Book review of J. Bradshaw and L. Rogers, ‘The evolution of lateral asymmetries, language, tool use, and intellect’. Rock Art Research 10(2): 141-142.
1993ccc. Meaning of ‘vulva symbols’ established. AURA Newsletter 10(1): 4-5.
1993ddd. Happy tenth birthday, AURA! AURA Newsletter 10(1): 6.
1993eee. Cave art in New Guinea. International Newsletter on Rock Art 6: 2.
1993fff. Pleistocene animal depiction in Asia. International Newsletter on Rock Art 6: 2-6.
1993ggg. Whose rivalry? International Newsletter on Rock Art 6: 11-12.
1993hhh. Essays on the emperor’s clothes (III). Sirius B 3(6): 16-19.
1993iii. El Segundo Congreso de AURA, Cairns 1992. SIARB Boletín 7: 19-20.
1993jjj. Record wet site. Archaeology 46(6): 12, 84.
1993kkk. A comprehensive review of the Pleistocene art of Asia. In G. Kumar and D. Pandey (eds.), Purakala discipline: towards scientific approach, pp. 8-14. Occasional RASI Publication 1, Rock Art Society of India, Agra.
1993lll. Geoarchaeological dating of petroglyphs at Lake Onega, Russia. Geoarchaeology 8(6): 443-463.
1993mmm. About Palaeolithic ostrich eggshell in India. Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Bulletin 13: 34-43.
1993nnn. Letter to editors. Australian Archaeology 37: 64.
1993ooo. Book review of N. W. Smith, ‘An analysis of Ice Age art: Its psychology and belief system’. Australian Archaeology 37: 74.
1993ppp. Palaeolithic art in India. Man and Environment 18(2): 33-40.
1993qqq. Dinosaurs in French palaeoart studies. Adoranten 1993: 22-26.
1993rrr. Who’re we gonna call? The bias busters! In M. Lorblanchet and P. Bahn (eds), Rock art studies: the post-stylistic era, or where de we go from here? Papers presented in Symposium A, Second AURA Congress, Cairns, pp. 207-211. Oxbow Monograph 35, Oxbow Books, Oxford.
1993sss. Book review of N. W. Smith, ‘An analysis of Ice Age art: Its psychology and belief system’. Anthropologie (Brno) 31(1-2): 85-86.
1993ttt. Wall markings of the cave bear. Studies in Speleology 9: 51-70.
1993uuu. The cave art of Australia. In W. D. Hyder (ed.), American Indian rock art Volume XII, pp. 81-87. American Rock Art Research Association, San Miguel, California.
1993vvv. Die Bilzingslebener Gravierungen im Lichte altpaläolithischer Beweise kognitiver Fähigkeit. Ethnographisch-Archäologische Zeitschrift 34(4): 549-553.
1993www. Priorities in rock art education. Purakala 4(1-2): 67-70.
1993xxx. [With E. G. Devlet] Konservatsiya pamyatnikov naskal’nogo iskusstva verkhneï Leny. In Pamyatniki naskal’nogo iskusstva, pp. 7-24. Biblioteka Rossiïskogo Etnografa, Rossiïskaya Akademiya Nauk, Moscow.
1993yyy. The Second AURA Congress, Cairns ‘92. Anthropologie (Brno) 31(3): 164-165.
1993zzz. AURA Cairns Congress. Indigenous peoples’ participation a highlight. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1993(1): 82-83.
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1994a. About rock art dating. International Newsletter on Rock Art 7: 16-18.
1994b. Art origins. Anthropos 89: 169-180.
1994c. A. R. Willcox and J. D. Lewis-Williams: crucial differences. Pictogram 6(2): 23-25.
1994d. A taphonomy of palaeoart. Antiquity 68(258): 68-74.
1994e. No sex, please, we’re gliders! AURA Newsletter 11(1): 1-2.
1994f. Delusions of cave art. AURA Newsletter 11(1): 3.
1994g. The discrimination of rock markings. Rock Art Research 11(1): 23-44.
1994h. Introducing the IFRAO Standard Scale. Rock Art Research 11(1): 74-75.
1994i. Le vandalisme dans l’art rupestre et les graffiti. International Newsletter on Rock Art 8: 22-23.
1994j. Datation directe de l’art rupestre. International Newsletter on Rock Art 8: 26-28.
1994k. Letters to editors. Australian Archaeology 38: 62-63.
1994l. Rock art analysis, recording and conservation conflict. Pictogram 7(1): 7-12.
1994m. Introducing the IFRAO Standard Scale. Pictogram 7(1): 17-19.
1994n. On the scientific study of palaeoart. Semiotica 100(2/4): 141-168.
1994o. Rock art as a cultural determinant. AURA Newsletter 11(2): 9-12.
1994p. Dampier rock art under siege. AURA Newsletter 11(2): 14-15.
1994q. Editorial. The Artefact 17: 3-5.
1994r. Malangine and Koongine Caves, South Australia. The Artefact 17: 43-60.
1994s. [With J. F. Evans] The Fifth Australasian Archaeometry Conference. The Artefact 17: 61-63.
1994t. Book review of P. Hiscock and S. Mitchell, ‘Stone artefact quarries and reduction sites in Australia: towards a type profile. The Artefact 17: 64-66.
1994u. Predynastic Nile delta settlement. The Artefact 17: 67.
1994v. Danish amber sculpture. The Artefact 17: 67-68.
1994w. Italian Cro-Magnon remains. The Artefact 17: 68.
1994x. Dismembered Pleistocene Englishmen. The Artefact 17: 68.
1994y. Pleistocene hominid remains. The Artefact 17: 69.
1994z. Australopithecines from Ethiopia. The Artefact 17: 69-70.
1994aa. Arsenic in the Bronze Age. The Artefact 17: 70.
1994bb. News from Turkey. The Artefact 17: 71.
1994cc. The Iceman’s last hours. The Artefact 17: 71-72.
1994dd. Searching for megafaunal blood. The Artefact 17: 72.
1994ee. Palaeolithic mortuary practices. The Artefact 17: 72.
1994ff. Middle Palaeolithic perforations. The Artefact 17: 72-73.
1994gg. Micoquian engravings. The Artefact 17: 73.
1994hh. A Mousterian bone hook. The Artefact 17: 73.
1994ii. African Eve mark 2. The Artefact 17: 73-74.
1994jj. Delusions of cave art. The Artefact 17: 74-75.
1994kk. Australian rock art faux pas? The Artefact 17: 75.
1994ll. Indian heritage site nomination. The Artefact 17: 76.
1994mm. Oldest known rock art. The Artefact 17: 76.
1994nn. Ice Age environment reconsidered. The Artefact 17: 76-77.
1994oo. Ivory craftsmanship of hominids. The Artefact 17: 77.
1994pp. Early Australian shell beads. The Artefact 17: 78-79.
1994qq. Dampier rock art under siege. The Artefact 17: 79.
1994rr. Upper Palaeolithic notation? The Artefact 17: 79.
1994ss. Air pollution in antiquity. The Artefact 17: 79-80.
1994tt. Oldest hominid remains discovered. The Artefact 17: 80.
1994uu. El Primer Simposio de AASV sobre la Datación Arqueológica. SIARB Boletín 8: 12-14.
1994vv. V Congreso de Australia y Asia sobre Arqueología. SIARB Boletín 8: 14.
1994ww. Reflexiones sobre la pràctica de humedecer las pinturas rupestres. SIARB Boletín 8: 28-29.
1994xx. Comment on A. M. Byers: ‘Symboling and the Middle-Upper Palaeolithic transition: a theoretical and methodological critique’. Current Anthropology 35: 381.
1994yy. Archaeological potentials of the Parowan Gap site, Utah. In J. Steinbring (ed.), Rock art studies in the Americas. Papers from the Darwin AURA Congress, pp. 93-97. Oxbow Monograph 45, Oxbow Books, Oxford.
1994zz. Rock art in India and the world. Exhibition brochure, Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal.
1994aaa. Epistemology and Palaeolithic rock art. Rock Art Research 11(2): 118-120.
1994bbb. The diversity of ‘petrographic’ rock markings. Rock Art Research 11(2): 124-125.
1994ccc. Book review of ‘New light on old art. Recent advances in hunter-gatherer rock art research’, ed. D. S. Whitley and L. L. Loendorf. Rock Art Research 11(2): 131-132.
1994ddd. Rock art at the World Archaeological Congress 3, New Delhi, December 1994. Rock Art Research 11(2): 139-140.
1994eee. Colour re-constitution achieved! Rock Art Research 11(2): 150.
1994fff. The Hell’s Canyon petroglyphs in Portugal. Rock Art Research 11(2): 151-152.
1994ggg. Milestones in rock art research. Adoranten 1994: 54.
1994hhh. Book review of N. W. Smith, ‘An analysis of Ice Age art: its psychology and belief system’. Norwegian Archaeological Review 27(1): 54-56.
1994iii. Archaeology: empiricist determinism or cultural synthesis? South African Archaeological Bulletin 49(160): 96-99.
1994jjj. The Pleistocene art of Asia. Journal of World Prehistory 8(4): 351-375.
1994kkk. Some deontological home truths in archaeology. Australian Archaeology 39: 124-126.
1994lll. Conceptual pitfalls in Palaeolithic rock art dating. Préhistoire Anthropologie Méditerranéennes 3: 95-102.
1994mmm. Some suggestions for the management of Bhimbetka. Purakala 5(1-2): 5-24.
1994nnn. Rock art conservation in Australia. Purakala 5(1-2): 31-40.
1994ooo. The earliest known art. Acta Archaeologica 65: 221-232.
1994ppp. The oldest art in the world. Espacio, Tiempo y Forma Serie I, 7: 75-91.
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1995a. The empiricist impasse revisited. Pictogram 7(2): 17-21.
1995b. Taking the style out of the Panaramitee style. AURA Newsletter 12/1: 1-5.
1995c. More news from Hell’s Canyon, Portugal. AURA Newsletter 12/1: 6-7.
1995d. Successful mission in India. AASV Bulletin 1995(2): 8-9.
1995e. Conservación del arte rupestre en Australia. In M. Strecker and F. Taboada Téllez (eds), Administración y conservación de sitios de arte rupestre. Contribuciones al Estudio del Arte Rupestre Sudamericano 4, pp. 9-21. Sociedad de Investigación del Arte Rupestre de Bolivia, La Paz.
1995f. (With Paul G. Bahn and Jack Steinbring) The Peterborough petroglyph site: reflections on massive intervention in rock art. Rock Art Research 12(1): 29-41.
1995g. (With Kulasekaran Seshadri) Digital colour re-constitution in rock art photography. Rock Art Research 12(1): 42-51.
1995h. Book review of F. d’Errico, ‘L’art gravé azilien. De la technique à la signification’. Rock Art Research 12(1): 56-57.
1995i. The Hell’s Canyon saga continues. Rock Art Research 12(1): 70-72.
1995j. Metamorphology: in lieu of uniformitarianism. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 14(2): 117-122.
1995k. Côa valley rock art analytical research program. Internal report to E.D.P., 8 pages (limited circulation).
1995l. Challenge posed by the Palaeolithic art of Asia (in Chinese). Yan Hua (Rock Art) 1: 17-21.
1995m. Wallace’s barrier and the language barrier in archaeology. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 1995/3: 6-9.
1995n. Open air petroglyphs of the European Palaeolithic. International Newsletter on Rock Art 11: 9-11.
1995o. About radiocarbon dating in palaeoart studies. Pictogram 8(1): 13-19.
1995p. Computer colour re-constitution of rock art imagery. Pictogram 8(1): 24-28.
1995q. About sgraffiti. Pictogram 8(1): 29-30.
1995r. Dating the Côa petroglyphs. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 1995/4: 5-8.
1995s. Opening address. NEWS 95 International Rock Art Congress: congress program, pp. 19-20. Centro Studi e Museo d’Arte Preistorica, Pinerolo, Italy.
1995t. Book review of J. Flood, ‘Archaeology of the Dreamtime’. The Artefact 18: 80-82.
1995u. Book review of P. Bahn, ‘Collins dictionary of archaeology’. The Artefact 18: 82-83.
1995v. Book review of A. Sagona, ‘Bruising the red earth: ochre mining and ritual in Aboriginal Tasmania’. The Artefact 18: 83.
1995w. Homo erectus’ debut in Eurasia. The Artefact 18: 84.
1995x. Origins of Homo sapiens. The Artefact 18: 84-85.
1995y. Occupation of Mato Grosso. The Artefact 18: 86.
1995z. The Berekhat Ram figurine. The Artefact 18: 86.
1995aa. Microerosion of Bhimbetka cupules. The Artefact 18: 87.
1995bb. Sensational Aurignacian art found. The Artefact 18: 87-88.
1995cc. Metamorphology — a new discipline. The Artefact 18: 88.
1995dd. Early polished axe in Brazil. The Artefact 18: 88-89.
1995ee. Archaeological scandal of decade. The Artefact 18: 89.
1995ff. Palaeolithic art dating rejected. The Artefact 18: 89-90.
1995gg. King David text found. The Artefact 18: 90.
1995hh. Palaeolithic cupules in India. The Artefact 18: 90-91.
1995ii. Wye Valley controversy closed. The Artefact 18: 91.
1995jj. Seafaring Homo erectus. The Artefact 18: 91-92.
1995kk. Aurignacian Neanderthals? The Artefact 18: 92.
1995ll. Concept-mediated marking in the Lower Palaeolithic. Current Anthropology 36(4): 605-634.
1995mm. Response to Colin Groves. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 1995/5: 8-11.
1995nn. The age of the Côa valley petroglyphs in Portugal. Rock Art Research 12(2): 86-103.
1995oo. Colour re-constitution options. Rock Art Research 12(2): 129.
1995pp. The earliest palaeoart  a world perspective. Rock Art Research 12(2): 136.
1995qq. Book review of M. Strecker and F. Taboada T. (eds), ‘Administración y conservación de sitios de arte rupestre’. Rock Art Research 12(2): 137.
1995rr. Minutes of the 1995 AURA Meeting. Rock Art Research 12(2): 140.
1995ss. [With J. Ondracek, P. and C. Macdonald, and H. Cairns] Howard Peter McNickle 1947 – 1995. Rock Art Research 12(2): 141.
1995tt. Editor’s response. Rock Art Research 12(2): 142.
1995uu. Beyond San Francisco: Paleolithic symbolizing. Bay Area Rock Art News 8(2): 1-4.
1995vv. Refutation of stylistic constructs in Palaeolithic rock art. Comptes Rendus de L’Académie de Sciences Paris 321(série IIa, No. 9): 817-821.
1995ww. The Côa petroglyphs: an obituary to the stylistic dating of Palaeolithic rock-art. Antiquity 69: 877-883.
1995xx. Saving the Côa valley petroglyphs. WAC News 3(2): ii-iii.
1995yy. Archaeological potentials of the Parowan Gap site, Utah. In J. Steinbring (ed.), Rock art studies in the Americas. Papers presented to Symposium B of the AURA Congress, Darwin 1988, pp. 93-98. Oxbow Monograph 45, Oxbow Books, Oxford.
1995zz. Perpetual digital preservation of rock art imagery. International Newsletter on Rock Art 12: 25-27.
1995aaa. Contexte eurasien de l’art paléolithique chinois. L’Anthropologie 99(2/3): 459-466.
1995bbb. Rock art conservation in Australia. Bollettino del Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici 28: 132-137.
1995ccc. Rock art conservation in the upper Lena Basin, Siberia. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 1(2): 117-126.
1995ddd. Traces of cultural continuity in Middle and Upper Palaeolithic material evidence. Origini 18: 47-67.
1995eee. Untertag-Bergbau im Pleistozän. Quartär 45/46: 161-175.
1995fff. Logic in direct dating of rock art. Sahara 7: 69-78.
1995ggg. Towards a better understanding of the origins of body decoration. Anthropologie (Brno) 33(3): 201-211.
1995hhh. Wallace’s barrier and the language barrier in archaeology. Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California 20(3): 8-9, 13.
1995iii. On the dating of Chinese rock art. Purakala 6(1-2): 45-51.
1995jjj. Essays on the emperor’s clothes (IV). Sirius B 6(3): 10-15.
1995/96kkk. Some ideas concerning the roles of the National Museum of Man. Pragdhara 6: 261-267.
1995. Karst in siliceous rocks: the speleothem medium of finger flutings and its isotopic geochemistry. International Journal of Speleology 24: 55-66.
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1996a. Shaping the discipline for the 21st century. AURA Newsletter 13(1): 4-6.
1996b. Côa dam project deferred! AURA Newsletter 13(1): 7-8.
1996c. Palaeolithic love goddesses of feminism. Anthropos 91(1): 183-190.
1996d. IFRAO. StoneWatch Magazin 1: 17-18.
1996e. IFRAO Standardskala. StoneWatch Magazin 1: 19.
1996f. Only time will tell: a review of the methodology of direct rock art dating. Archaeometry 38(1): 1-13.
1996g. [With P. G. Bahn and J. Steinbring] A Canadian tragedy. International Newsletter on Rock Art 13: 14-17.
1996h. [With P. G. Bahn and J. Steinbring] Peer review of massive intervention in rock art management practice. Rock Art Research 13(1): 54-60.
1996i. Côa debated at last! Rock Art Research 13(1): 63-66.
1996j. Comment on ‘The row and the circle’. Rock Art Research 13(1): 66-67.
1996k. Book review of P. McCreery and E. Malotki, ‘Tapamveni. The rock galleries of Petrified Forest and beyond’. Rock Art Research 13(1): 73-74.
1996l. Mehr über die Datierung von Felsbildern. Mitteilungen der Anisa 17(1): 5-16.
1996m. (With P. G. Bahn) The earliest palaeoart — a world perspective. Australian Archaeology 42: 63.
1996n. Übersicht der Methodik direkter Felskunstdatierung. Almogaren 27: 257-284.
1996o. Some corrections about the Côa petroglyphs. Tracce 3: 3-4.
1996p. Pleistocene knotting (with Charles Warner). In J. C. Turner and P. van de Griend (eds), History and science of knots, pp. 3-18. Series on Knots and Everything No. 11, World Scientific Publishing, Singapore.
1996q. Recent news about the Iceman. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 1996/4: 8-9.
1996r. Chauvet Cave research project commences. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 1996/4: 9-10.
1996s. Developments in rock art dating (symposium rationale). AURA Newsletter 13(2): 9-10.
1996t. Recommendations concerning rock art dating. AURA Newsletter 13(2): 16.
1996u. Once again: rock paintings or natural markings? AURA Newsletter 13(2): 16.
1996v. A Mousterian flute? Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 1996/5: 4-6.
1996w. South American aborigines. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 1996/5: 6-7.
1996x. The cupules on Chief’s Rock, Auditorium Cave, Bhimbetka. The Artefact 19: 63-72.
1996y. Book review of C. Gamble, ‘Timewalkers. The prehistory of global colonization’. The Artefact 19: 91-92.
1996z. Sensational hominid find in China. The Artefact 19: 93.
1996aa. Lower Palaeolithic cognition. The Artefact 19: 94.
1996bb. Australopithecine in Chad. The Artefact 19: 94-95.
1996cc. Middle Stone Age harpoons. The Artefact 19: 95.
1996dd. An African Adam hypothesis. The Artefact 19: 96.
1996ee. Solar calendar in Colombia. The Artefact 19: 96.
1996ff. To be or not to be Palaeolithic. The Artefact 19: 96-97.
1996gg. Palaeolithic rock art in the Alps? The Artefact 19: 97-98.
1996hh. Palaeolithic rock art in China? The Artefact 19: 98.
1996ii. Valtellina petroglyphs dated. The Artefact 19: 98-99.
1996jj. Lower Palaeolithic hafting evidence. The Artefact 19: 99.
1996kk. Oldest food processing evidence. The Artefact 19: 101.
1996ll. Oldest resinated wine. The Artefact 19: 101.
1996mm. Piltdown hoax resolved? The Artefact 19: 101-102.
1996nn. Eneolithic horse burial in Italy. The Artefact 19: 102-103.
1996oo. Neanderthal news. The Artefact 19: 104.
1996pp. Middle Palaeolithic engraving. The Artefact 19: 104-105.
1996qq. A Mousterian flute? The Artefact 19: 105-106.
1996rr. Early use of bitumen. The Artefact 19: 106.
1996ss. Early Caucasian in North America? The Artefact 19: 106-107.
1996tt. The Makapansgat pebble. The Artefact 19: 107.
1996uu. The Jinmium claims. The Artefact 19: 107-108.
1996vv. Crisis in Palaeolithic art studies. Anthropologie (Brno) 34(1): 123-130.
1996ww. Rock art preservation in Siberia. In A. Thorn and J. Brunet (eds), Preservation of rock art, pp. 21-27. Proceedings of Symposium G, Second AURA Congress. Australian Rock Art Research Association Inc., Occasional AURA Publication 9, Melbourne.
1996xx. The earliest palaeoart — a world perspective. Anthropos 91: 651-652.
1996yy. La calibración computarizada a color en las fotografías de arte rupestre. SIARB Boletín 10: 24-27.
1996zz. Recent developments in Australian rock art research. International Newsletter on Rock Art 15: 26-29.
1996aaa. Jinmium find does not rewrite art history. AURA Home Page, World Wide Web.
1996bbb. ‘Palaeolithic’ rock art of the final Holocene. AURA Home Page, World Wide Web.
1996ccc. ‘The First Sailors’: the scientific background. Rationale for a documentary film, for Co Productions Australia Pty Ltd, Adelaide, and Mediakonzept, Munich.
1996ddd. Hominidenfund in China. IC-Nachrichten 78: 26.
1996eee. Besiedlung Amerikas. IC-Nachrichten 78: 26-27.
1996fff. Felskunst-Datierung. IC-Nachrichten 78: 27-28.
1996ggg. Osterinsel-Schrift. IC-Nachrichten 78: 28-29.
1996hhh. Piltdown Fälschung geklärt. IC-Nachrichten 78: 29-30.
1996iii. Chauvet-Höhle. IC-Nachrichten 78: 30-31.
1996jjj. ‘Incongruities’ in palaeoart. Pictogram 8(2): 9-12.
1996kkk. Australia: about criticism on the dating of Australian rock art. Bolletino del Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici 29: 10.
1996lll. Methods of direct dating of rock art. Sahara 8: 43-52.
1996mmm. [With P. G. Bahn and J. Steinbring) Una tragedia canadiense. Espacia, Tiempo y Forma, Serie I, Prehistoria y Arqueología 9: 339-347.
1996nnn. Rock art continues to be in the headlines. The Digging Stick 13(3): 12.
1996ooo. Application of philosophy of science in rock art research. Purakala 7(1-2): 15-21.
1996ppp. Daraki-Chattan: an important site. Purakala 7(1-2): 35-36.
1996qqq. Dangers of wetting rock paintings. Purakala 7(1-2): 59-61.
1996rrr. Early rock art in the Americas: a contextual study. Survey 10: 119-131.
1996sss. IFRAO Standard Scale. Survey 10: 197-200.
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1997a. The oldest known human. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 1997/1: 9-10.
1997b. Most recent Homo erectus dated. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 1997/1: 11-12.
1997c. Palaeoenvironment of the S.E. Asian and northern Australian region: a conference. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 1997/1: 13-14.
1997d. Taphonomy for Reinbacher. Pictogram 9(1): 12-14.
1997e. Program of the AURA Inter-Congress Symposium 1997 (edited). Occasional AURA Publication 10, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
1997f. Background to the Côa rock art ‘dating’. NPS Newsletter 8(1): 4-5.
1997g. Ältester fossiler Mensch. IC-Nachrichten 79: 23-24.
1997h. Jüngster bekannter Homo erectus? IC-Nachrichten 79: 24-25.
1997i. Altpaläolithische Kognition. IC-Nachrichten 79: 25-26.
1997j. The role of Pleistocene beads in documenting hominid cognition. Rock Art Research 14(1): 27-41.
1997k. [With P. G. Bahn and J. Steinbring] Hear nothing, see nothing, say nothing? Rock Art Research 14(1): 55-58.
1997l. Book review of ‘Rock art of Kentucky’, by F. E. Coy, T. C. Fuller, L. G. Meadows and J. L. Swauger. Rock Art Research 14(1): 61-62.
1997m. Minutes of the 1997 AURA Meeting. Rock Art Research 14(1): 69-70.
1997n. Minutes of the 1997 IFRAO Meeting. Rock Art Research 14(1): 72-73.
1997o. Direct dating results from rock art: a global review. AURA Newsletter 14(2): 9-12.
1997p. The AURA Inter-Symposium 1997. AURA Newsletter 14(2): 12-14.
1997q. The initial peopling of Wallacea and Sahul. Anthropos 92: 355-367.
1997r. Digital color re-constitution of rock art records. ESRARA Newsletter 2(3): 5-8.
1997s. Rock art as reflection of conditional visual perception. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 7(2): 255-259.
1997t. More reflections of perceived realities. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 7(2): 263-268.
1997u. [With K. K. Chakravarty] Indian rock art and its global context. Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Private Limited, Delhi, and Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal. First edition, ISBN 81 208 1464 9.
1997v. Daraki-Chattan: an important site. Rock Art Research 14(2): 143-144.
1997w. The 1997 SIARB Rock Art Congress. Rock Art Research 14(2): 149-150.
1997x. Pleistocene stone pendant from Western Australia. Australian Archaeology 45: 32-34.
1997y. Direct dating results from rock art. Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California 22(1+2): 1, 8-10.
1997z. Digital colour re-constitution of rock art records. AURA Home Page, World Wide Web.
1997aa. Recent developments in Australian rock art research. AURA Home Page, World Wide Web.
1997bb. The origins of navigation and language. The Artefact 20: 16-56.
1997cc. Book review of H. Lourandos, ‘Continent of hunter-gatherers: new perspectives in Australian prehistory’. The Artefact 20: 73-74.
1997dd. The oldest known human. The Artefact 20: 75-76.
1997ee. A Miocene hominid? The Artefact 20: 76.
1997ff. Most recent Homo erectus dated? The Artefact 20: 76-78.
1997gg. Rock art datings withdrawn. The Artefact 20: 78-79.
1997hh. Jinmium blues. The Artefact 20: 79.
1997ii. Bolivian petroglyphs dated. The Artefact 20: 80.
1997jj. Archaeology of Côa valley. The Artefact 20: 80-81.
1997kk. Missing Antarctic ice. The Artefact 20: 81.
1997ll. Origin of dogs. The Artefact 20: 81-82.
1997mm. Makapansgat cobble analysed. The Artefact 20: 82-83.
1997nn. Indiana Jones sent packing. The Artefact 20: 83-84.
1997oo. Kimberley paintings ‘dated’. The Artefact 20: 84.
1997pp. Australopithecus boisei skull. The Artefact 20: 85.
1997qq. French cult heroine. The Artefact 20: 86.
1997rr. The oldest known tools. The Artefact 20: 86.
1997ss. An engraved slate fragment from Walyunga, Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum 18(3): 317-321.
1997tt. Introducing the IFRAO Standard Scale. IFRAO Home Page, World Wide Web.
1997uu. The Jinmium claims. IFRAO Home Page, World Wide Web.
1997vv. To be or not to be Palaeolithic. IFRAO Home Page, World Wide Web.
1997ww. Palaeolithic rock art in the Alps? IFRAO Home Page, World Wide Web.
1997xx. Palaeolithic rock art in China? IFRAO Home Page, World Wide Web.
1997yy. Altpaläolithische Holzwerkzeuge. IC-Nachrichten 80: 21-22.
1997zz. Felskunstdatierungsfiasko in Australien. IC-Nachrichten 80: 22-24.
1997aaa. Professor Dorns mea culpa. IC-Nachrichten 80: 24-25.
1997bbb. Die Herkunft des Hundes. IC-Nachrichten 80: 25-26.
1997ccc. The earliest evidence of ocean navigation. The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 26(3): 183-191.
1997ddd. Changing perceptions in rock art conservation and management. Pictogram 9(2): 1-8.
1997eee. The global evidence of early human symboling behaviour. Human Evolution 12(3): 147-168.
1997fff. The most ancient known manifestations of art. In A. Beltrán and A. Vigliardi (eds), Art in the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Colloquium, XVI, 13th UISPP Congress, pp. 133-142. A.B.A.C.O., Forlì.
1997ggg. The early rock art of Australia. Bollettino del Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici 30: 57-64.
1997hhh. Rock art, taphonomy and epistemology. Purakala 8(1-2): 53-60.
1997iii. About ostrich eggshell beads. Acta Archaeologica 68: 153-161.
1997jjj. Microerosion analysis of petroglyphs in Valtellina, Italy. Origini 21: 7-22.
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1998a. Age estimates of Bolivian petroglyphs. AURA Newsletter 15(1): 4.
1998b. Über die Urkunst der Welt. Almogaren 28: 21-49.
1998c. French cult heroine. IFRAO Home Page, World Wide Web.
1998d. Valtellina petroglyph dated. IFRAO Home Page, World Wide Web.
1998e. Rock art dating withdrawn. IFRAO Home Page, World Wide Web.
1998f. Bolivian petroglyphs dated. AURA Home Page, World Wide Web.
1998g. Makapansgat cobble analysed. AURA Home Page, World Wide Web.
1998h. Kimberley paintings ‘dated’. AURA Home Page, World Wide Web.
1998i. [In 32 languages] Les premiers témoignages de l’esprit créateur. Le Courrier de UNESCO, April 1998: 4-9. (In issues of May – August in various languages.)
1998j. The technology of petroglyphs. Rock Art Research 15(1): 23-35.
1998k. Review of W. Noble and I. Davidson, ‘Human evolution, language and mind. A psychological and archaeological inquiry’. Rock Art Research 15(1): 52-53.
1998l. Minutes of the 1998 AURA Meeting, Canberra, 7 February 1998. Rock Art Research 15(1): 61-62.
1998m. The ‘australopithecine’ cobble from Makapansgat, South Africa. South African Archaeological Bulletin 53: 4-8.
1998n. The global context of the earliest American art. Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California 22(3+4): 6-9.
1998o. Petroglyphs dated in central Bolivia. Tracce 10, http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/2384/links.html
1998p. Direct dating results from Australian cave petroglyphs. Geoarchaeology 13(4): 411-418.
1998q. Microscopic analysis of ‘engraved plaques’ and other objects from Devil’s Lair. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 81: 23-33.
1998r. The 1998 rock art congress in Vila Real, Portugal. AURA Home Page, World Wide Web.
1998s. Archaeology of the Côa valley. AURA Home Page, World Wide Web.
1998t. Valtellina petroglyph dated. AURA Home Page, World Wide Web.
1998u. ‘Engraved plaques’ from Devil’s Lair studied. AURA Home Page, World Wide Web.
1998v. Cúpulas: El arte rupestre más antiguo que se ha preservado. SIARB Boletín 12: 26-35.
1998w. Cosmogenic radiation nuclides in archaeology: a response to Phillips et al. Antiquity 72: 811-815.
1998x. Boundaries: a necessary evil? AURA Newsletter 15(2): 5-7.
1998y. Debris of the Biblical Flood. Rock Art Research 15(2): 124-125.
1998z. Footnote on the technology of petroglyphs. Rock Art Research 15(2): 139-140.
1998aa. [With K. K. Chakravarty] Epistemology and rock art research. Rock Art Research 15(2): 143.
1998bb. Crossing Frontiers: IRAC 1998, Vila Real, Portugal. Rock Art Research 15(2): 145-146.
1998cc. Alexander Gallus memorial issue (editorial). The Artefact 21: 3.
1998dd. Mariners of the Pleistocene. Institute of Nautical Archaeology Quarterly 25(3): 7-15.
1998ee. An experiment in Pleistocene seafaring. The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 27(2): 139-149.
1998ff. The archaeological significance of beads and pendants. Man and Environment 23(2): 87-99.
1998gg. Paläolithische Pfeile? IC-Nachrichten 81: 24.
1998hh. Älteste bekannte Werkzeuge. IC-Nachrichten 81: 24-25.
1998ii. Petroglyphen in Bolivien datiert. IC-Nachrichten 81: 25-26.
1998jj. Archäologie des Côa-Tales. IC-Nachrichten 81: 26-27.
1998kk. Concerning rock art science. Purakala 9(1-2): 53-60.
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1999a. Der Kiesel von Makapansgat. Früheste Urkunst der Welt? Anthropos 94: 199-204.
1999b. The age of some Valtellina petroglyphs. International Newsletter on Rock Art 22: 13-16.
1999c. Congratulations UNESCO. Letter to the Editor, The Age 19 February: 14.
1999d. Makapansgat Kiesel analysiert. IC Nachrichten 82: 18-19.
1999e. Kimberley Felsmalereien ‘datiert’. IC Nachrichten 82: 19-20.
1999f. Book review of G. Cerwinka and F. Mandl (eds), ‘Dachstein. Vier Jahrtausende Almen im Hochgebirge’. Rock Art Research 16(1): 60.
1999g. Third AURA Congress. Rock Art Research 16(1): 70-72.
1999h. Maritime navigation in the Lower and Middle Palaeolithic. Comptes Rendus de l’Académie des Sciences Paris, Earth and Planetary Sciences 328: 559-563.
1999i. [With M. Kuckenburg] Nale Tasih: Eine Floßfahrt in die Steinzeit. Jan Thorbecke Verlag, Stuttgart.
1999j. Nicht-paläolithische “paläolithische” Felskunst. Mitteilungen der Anisa 19(1-2): 7-16.
1999k. Proposed glossary of rock art research. AURA Newsletter 16(1): 3-10.
1999l. [With B. Hobman and P. Rogers] Nale Tasih 2: journey of a Middle Palaeolithic raft. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 26(1): 25-33.
1999m. Response to Dr Gott. Bulletin of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria 1999/1: 6-8.
1999n. About ‘prehistory’. Australian Archaeology 48: 51-52.
1999o. Official opening address by the IFRAO Convener. In NEWS 98-International Rock Art Congress Proceedings, pp. 41-43. Centro Studi e Museo d’Arte Preistorica, Pinerolo.
1999p. [with F. d’Errico] NEWS 95 – Symposium 1A: New approaches. NEWS 98-International Rock Art Congress Proceedings, pp. 44-45. Centro Studi e Museo d’Arte Preistorica, Pinerolo.
1999q. A unified theory for palaeoart studies (abstract). NEWS 98-International Rock Art Congress Proceedings, pp. 46-47. Centro Studi e Museo d’Arte Preistorica, Pinerolo.
1999r. Rock art and deontological theory (abstract). NEWS 98-International Rock Art Congress Proceedings, pp. 70. Centro Studi e Museo d’Arte Preistorica, Pinerolo.
1999s. Analyses of Côa valley petroglyphs (abstract). NEWS 98-International Rock Art Congress Proceedings, pp. 80. Centro Studi e Museo d’Arte Preistorica, Pinerolo.
1999t. The digitised re-constitution of rock art colour recordings (abstract). NEWS 98-International Rock Art Congress Proceedings, pp. 84. Centro Studi e Museo d’Arte Preistorica, Pinerolo.
1999u. Third AURA Congress. Brochure published for the Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
1999v. Der Beginn der Seefahrt. Almogaren 30: 13-34.
1999w. Sailing a Paleolithic raft. Institute of Nautical Archaeology Quarterly 26(1): 12-18.
1999x. Pleistocene seafaring in the Mediterranean. Anthropologie 37(3): 275-282.
1999y. Just a natural phenomenon? The Age, 30 November 1999, p. 14.
1999z. The speleothem medium of finger flutings and its isotopic geochemistry. The Artefact 22: 49-64.
1999aa. Book review of R. Rudgley, ‘Lost civilisations of the Stone Age’. Rock Art Research 16(2): 131-132.
1999bb. Rook review of J. L. Bradshaw, ‘Human evolution: a neuropsychological perspective’. Rock Art Research 16(2): 132-133.
1999cc. Pilbara field trip. Rock Art Research 16(2): 142.
1999dd. Third AURA Congress. Rock Art Research 16(2): 147-148.
1999ee. Determining the maximum capabilities of Palaeolithic technologies. Praehistoria Thuringica 3: 80-97.
1999ff. Seefahrt im Pleistozän. Quartär 49/50: 95-109.
1999gg. Editorial: Boundaries. The Semiotic Review of Books 10(1): 1-2. (Also on World Wide Web, at www.semioticon.com/Bouissac/Home)
1999hh. Letter to editor (in Chinese). Yan Hua (Rock Art) 2: 126.
1999ii. The implications of hominid seafaring capabilities. Acta Archaeologica 70: 1-23.
1999jj. The collection of rock art dating samples. Purakala 10: 7–16.
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2000a. About Mud Glyph Caves. ESRARA Newsletter 5(1): 3-4.
2000b. Crossing the Timor Sea by Middle Palaeolithic raft. Anthropos 95: 37-47.
2000c. Something old, something new … . AURA Newsletter 17(1): 5-6.
2000d. In science, falsifiability rules. Comment on Derek Hodgson, ‘Art, perception and information processing: an evolutionary perspective’. Rock Art Research 17(1): 18-20.
2000e. [With M. Simões de Abreu] Fariseu rock art not archaeologically dated. Rock Art Research 17(1): 65-68.
2000f. IFRAO: the first dozen years. Rock Art Research 17(1): 77-78.
2000g. Microerosion dating — a recap. In Graeme K. Ward and Claudio Tuniz (eds), Advances in dating Australian rock-markings. Papers from the First Australian Rock-Picture Dating Workshop, pp. 52-54. Occasional AURA Publication 10, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Inc., Melbourne.
2000h. Some problems with ‘direct dating’ of rock-pictures. In Graeme K. Ward and Claudio Tuniz (eds), Advances in dating Australian rock-markings. Papers from the First Australian Rock-Picture Dating Workshop, pp. 104-109. Occasional AURA Publication 10, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Inc., Melbourne.
2000i. Archaeology of the Côa valley. Tracce 12, http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/2384/links.html
2000j. Beads and the origins of symbolism. Semiotica Home Page, www.semioticon.com/frontline/bednarik.htm, World Wide Web.
2000k. Book review of Steven Mithen (ed.), ‘Creativity in human evolution and prehistory’. Anthropology 38(2): 205-206.
2000l. Pleistocene Timor: some corrections. Australian Archaeology 51: 16-20.
2000m. Minutes of the 2000 General AURA Meeting. AURA Newsletter 17(2): 9-10.
2000n. Editorial. Rock Art Research 17(2): 83-84.
2000o. Earliest known Historical rock art in Australia. Rock Art Research 17(2): 131-133.
2000p. Lichenometry and rock art. Rock Art Research 17(2): 133-135.
2000q. Book review of P. Faulstich (ed.), ‘Rock art as visual ecology’. Rock Art Research 17(2): 137.
2000r. Rock art glossary. Rock Art Research 17(2): 147-155.
2000s. Commentary on IFRAO Code of Ethics. Rock Art Research 17(2): 158-159.
2000t. Minutes of the 2000 IFRAO Business Meeting, Alice Springs, Australia. Rock Art Research 17(2): 159-160.
2000u. Pilbara engraves imagination (Letters to editor). The Australian, 20 December 2000, p. 8.
2000v. Book review Steven Mithen (ed.), ‘Creativity in human evolution and prehistory’. American Anthropologist 102(4): 4-5.
2000w. Some minor caveats about the place of rock art in the landscape. Signifying Place and space: world perspectives of rock art and landscape, edited by George Nash, pp. 129-130. BAR International Series 902, Archaeopress, Oxford.
2000x. Age estimates for the petroglyph sequence of Inca Huasi, Mizque, Bolivia. Andean Past 6: 277-287.
2000/01y. Early Indian petroglyphs and their global context. Purakala 11/12: 37–47.
2000/01z. Rock art research, deontology and education. Purakala 11/12: 89–91.
2000/01aa. IFRAO Proposal concerning the protection of Indian rock art. Purakala 11/12: 133–136
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2001a. Book review of J. Mulvaney and J. Kamminga, ‘Prehistory of Australia’. Anthropos 96: 288-290.
2001b. The oldest known rock art in the world. Anthropologie 39(2-3): 89-97.
2001c. Book review of Glen McBride, ‘The genesis chronicles: the evolution of humankind’. Anthropologie 39(2-3): 255.
2001d. (With Andrea Arcà, Angelo Fossati, Ludwig Jaffe and Mila Simões de Abreu) Damned dams again: the plight of Portuguese rock art. Rock Art Research 18(1): i-iv.
2001e. Pilbara petroglyphs dated. Rock Art Research 18(1): 55-57.
2001f. Editor’s reply. Rock Art Research 18(1): 65.
2001g. The Early Indian Petroglyphs Project (EIP). Rock Art Research 18(1): 72.
2001h. The origins of Pleistocene navigation in the Mediterranean: initial replicative experimentation. Journal of Iberian Archaeology 3: 11-23.
2001i. Australian rock art research at the advent of a new millennium. AURA Newsletter 18(1): 1-6.
2001j. Statement by the President of IFRAO concerning the proposed destruction of the Guadiana rock art in Portugal and Spain. AURA Newsletter 18(1): 7-8.
2001k. Breakthrough in dating Australian Ice Age rock art. Minerva 12(5): 2-3.
2001l. Cupules: the oldest surviving rock art. International Newsletter on Rock Art 30: 18-23.
2001m. The eye is not as clever as it thinks it is. Rock Art Research 18(2): 82-83.
2001n. The taphonomy of beeswax figures. Rock Art Research 18(2): 91-95.
2001o. A new service for Australian members of AURA. Rock Art Research 18(2): 106.
2001p. An Acheulian figurine from Morocco. Rock Art Research 18(2): 115-116.
2001q. Announcing AURANET. Rock Art Research 18(2): 125.
2001r. IFRAO Standard Scale reprinted. Rock Art Research 18(2): 136-137.
2001s. Progress report of the EIP Project—November 2001. Rock Art Research 18(2): 138-140.
2001t. Origins of speech: a matter of communication. AURA Newsletter 18(2): 9-12.
2001u. Dating Australian cave petroglyphs. Cave Art Research 1: 1-8.
2001v. Rock art science: the scientific study of palaeoart. IFRAO-Brepols Series 1, Brepols, Turnhout.
2001w. Beads and pendants of the Pleistocene. Anthropos 96: 545-555.
2001x. Petroglyphs in Italian Alps dated. Acta Archaeologica 72(2): 109-114.
2001y. Replicating the first known sea travel by humans: the Lower Pleistocene crossing of Lombok Strait. Human Evolution 16(3-4): 229-242.
2001z. The dynamics of the first peopling of Wallacea and Australia. In J. Gillespie, S. Tupakka and C. deMille (eds), On being first: cultural innovation and environmental consequences of first peopling, pp. 81-91. Proceedings of the 31st Annual Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary, Calgary.
2001aa. Inca Huasi: the first dating of Bolivian rock art. Rupestre: Arte Rupestre en Colombia 4: 48-55.
2001bb. 8.2.2002: Black day for rock art. Tracce 13, http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/2384/links.html
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2002a. First dating of Pilbara petroglyphs. Records of the Western Australian Museum 20: 414–429.
2002b. The maritime dispersal of Pleistocene humans. Migration and Diffusion 3(10): 6-33.
2002c. AURANET homepage. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/aura/
2002d. Cave art research homepage. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/cara13/myfiles/Caveart.htm
2002e. Cave Art Research, Volume 1. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/c/cara13/myfiles/newsletters/1car2001.htm
2002f. Cognitive archaeology homepage. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/cognit/
2002g. On the cognitive development of hominids. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/c/cognit/myfiles/newsletters/cognition.pdf
2002h. Cupules — the oldest surviving rock art. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/cognit/myfiles/newsletters/Cupules.PDF
2002i. Rock Art Research homepage. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/aura/rar.html
2002j. The First Mariners Project. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/mariners/
2002k. Book review of S. B. Deo, ‘Indian beads: a cultural and technological study’. Anthropos 97(1): 245-246.
2002l. About the age of Pilbara rock art. Anthropos 97(1): 201–215.
2002m. The maritime dispersal of Pleistocene humans. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/m/mariners/myfiles/newsletters/dispersal.pdf
2002n. The survival of the Murujuga (Burrup) petroglyphs. Rock Art Research 19(1): 29–40.
2002o. Editor’s reply to Majeed Khan. Rock Art Research 19(1): 68.
2002p. AURANET. Rock Art Research 19(1): 70–71.
2002q. Guadiana update. Rock Art Research 19(1): 76.
2002r. Save Guadiana rock art homepage. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/guadiana/
2002s. Rock Art Glossary homepage. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/glossar/
2002t. The development of Indian rock art studies since Independence. Indian archaeology in retrospect, Vol. 1, Prehistory: archaeology of south Asia, edited by S. Settar and Ravi Korisettar, pp. 353-375. Manohar in association with Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi.
2002u. The IFRAO Standard Scale (Nov. 2001). http://www.artepreistorica.it/
2002v. Dampier information page. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/dampier/dampier.html
2002w. Stop the press. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/dampier/stop.html
2002x. Save Dampier rock art. http://www.petitiononline.com/dampier/petition.html
2002y. The survival of the Murujuga (Burrup) petroglyphs. http://www.petitiononline.com/dampier/petition.html
2002z. Petition comments. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/dampier/peti.html
2002aa. Damned dams again: the plight of Portuguese rock art (with A. Arcà, A. Fossati, L. Jaffe and M. Simões de Abreu). http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/guadiana/report.html
2002bb. Guadiana diary. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/guadiana/diary.html
2002cc. Côa issues. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/guadiana/coa.html
2002dd. IFRAO position on Guadiana. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/guadiana/ifrao.html
2002ee. Salviamo l’Arte Rupestre di Dampier (Australia). http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/dampier/ital.html
2002ff. Concerns in rock art science. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/a/aura/myfiles/newsletters/concerns.pdf
2002gg. New dating evidence from the Côa valley in Portugal. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/d/date/myfiles/newsletters/coadating.pdf
2002hh. Sorting the ibex from the goats in Portugal. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/a/aura/myfiles/newsletters/baptista.pdf
2002ii. Rock art dating. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/index.html
2002jj. Indirect methods. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/indir.html
2002kk. Iconography. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/icon.html
2002ll. Style and technique. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/style.html
2002mm. Excavation and proximity. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/excav.html
2002nn. Patination and weathering. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/patina.html
2002oo. Superimposition. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/super.html
2002pp. Direct methods. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/direct.html
2002qq. Radiocarbon analysis of mineral accretions. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/accr.html
2002rr. Radiocarbon analysis of inclusions in accretions. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/inclu.html
2002ss. Lichenometry. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/lich.html
2002tt. Microerosion analysis. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/micro.html
2002uu. Luminescence dating. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/lumi.html
2002vv. Dating of pictograms. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/pict.html
2002ww. Other methods. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/other.html
2002xx. Pitfalls and unsuitable methods. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/date/pit.html
2002yy. Petroglyphs in Italian Alps dated. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/d/date/myfiles/newsletters/grosio.pdf
2002zz. Palaeoart epistemology. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/epistem/index.html
2002aaa. Metamorphology. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/epistem/meta.html
2002bbb. Philosophy of science. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/epistem/phil.html
2002ccc. The campaign to save the Dampier rock art. AURA Newsletter 19(2): 13-15.
2002ddd. A brief history of the Dampier issue. AURA Newsletter 19(2): 15-16.
2002eee. AURANET under construction. AURA Newsletter 19(2): 17.
2002fff. The earliest known palaeoart. In Vladimir Vasil’evich Bobrov (ed.), Pervobytnaya arkheologiya: chelovek i iskusstvo, pp. 23-31. Kemerovskii gosudarstvennyi universitet, Novosibirsk.
2002ggg. The undertaker of the Guadiana rock art. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/g/guadiana/myfiles/newsletters/zilhao1.pdf
2002hhh. The introduction of direct rock art dating in 1980. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/d/date/myfiles/newsletters/dating1980.pdf
2002iii. The earliest known palaeoart. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/a/aura/myfiles/newsletters/kemerovo.pdf
2002jjj. A taphonomy of palaeoart. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/e/epistem/myfiles/newsletters/antiquity94.pdf
2002kkk. About rock markings and rock art: a response to Rosenfeld. Australian Archaeology 54: 43-45.
2002lll. Rock art, science and migration. Migration and Diffusion 11: 61-68.
2002mmm. Ideal solution. Port Phillip – Caulfield Leader, 9 September, p. 11.
2002nnn. Dampier petroglyphs: call for urgent help (Australia). International Newsletter on Rock Art 34: 7-10.
2002ooo. The first mariners. The American Neptune 61(3): 317-324.
2002ppp. The Murujuga Campaign of 1868. Rock Art Research 19(2): 133-134.
2002qqq. An Acheulian palaeoart manuport from Morocco. Rock Art Research 19(2): 137-139.
2002rrr. Book review of E. Malotki and D. E. Weaver, ‘Stone chisel and yucca brush. Colorado Plateau rock art’. Rock Art Research 19(2): 140-141.
2002sss. Guadiana report. Rock Art Research 19(2): 147-148.
2002ttt. Dampier report. Rock Art Research 19(2): 148-150.
2002uuu. Summary of the IFRAO submission to the National Native Title Tribunal. Rock Art Research 19(2): 150-152.
2002vvv. (With Elfriede Bednarik) The Paroong Cave Preservation Project. Cave Art Research 2: 1-20.
2002www. The dating of rock art: a critique. Journal of Archaeological Science 29(11): 1213-1233.
2002xxx. The First Mariners Project. The Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology 26: 57-64.
2002yyy. The killing fields of Murujuga. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/d/dampier/myfiles/newsletters/massacre.pdf
2002zzz. Taphonomic logic for dummies. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/e/epistem/myfiles/newsletters/dummies.pdf
2002aaaa. Auction. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/dampier/auction.html
2002bbbb. More on the Burrup Peninsula. Australia ICOMOS home-page, http://www.icomos.org/australia/news2.html
2002cccc. Sobre la practica de tizar y resaltar petroglifos. Rupestre-Web, http://rupestreweb.tripod.com/tizado.html
2002dddd. NNTT Submissions. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/dampier/urgent.html
2002eeee. The EIP Project. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/eip1/
2002ffff. The EIP Project: first announcement (May 2001). http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/eip1/eip2.html
2002gggg. The EIP Project: first progress report (November 2001). http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/eip1/eip3.html
2002hhhh. 2002. The oldest surviving rock art: a taphonomic review. Origini 24: 335-349.
2002iiii. Seefahrt im Altpaläolithikum. IC-Nachrichten 85: 23-24.
2002jjjj. Wie man Felskunst nicht datiert. IC-Nachrichten 85: 24-25.
2002kkkk. Bolivianische Felskunst erstmals datiert. IC-Nachrichten 85: 25-26.
2002llll. Höhlenbewohner und Felskünstler entdeckt. IC-Nachrichten 85: 26-27.
2002mmmm. Dampier petroglyphs under threat. Australian Archaeology 55: 41.
2002nnnn. Timor revisited: a brief reply to O’Connor. Australian Archaeology 55: 42.
2002oooo. [With G. Kumar, A. Watchman, R. G. Roberts, E. Lawson and C. Patterson] 2002-EIP Project report-1: sample collection for analytical study and scientific dating of the early Indian petroglyphs and rock paintings by the International commission. Purakala 13(1-2): 21-27.
2002pppp. An outline of Middle Pleistocene palaeoart. Purakala 13(1-2): 39-44.
2002qqqq. The quartz cupules of Ajmer, Rajasthan (with Giriraj Kumar). Purakala 13(1-2): 45-50.
2002rrrr. Paläolithische Felskunst in Deutschland? Archäologische Informationen 25(1-2): 107-117.
2002ssss. Dampier petroglyphs: urgent call for help. Vestiges: Newsletter of URARA 22(11): 9-10.
2002tttt. The human ascent: a critical review. Anthropologie 40(2): 101-105.
2002uuuu. [With M. Khan] The Saudi Arabian rock art mission of November 2001. Atlal 17: 75-99.
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2003a. [With G. Kumar, A. Watchman, R. G. Roberts, E. Lawson and C. Patterson] The EIP Project: second progress report (December 2002). http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/users/eip1/eip4.html
2003b. A global perspective of Indian palaeoart. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/user_files/e/eip1/myfiles/newsletters/reddy3.pdf
2003c. ‘Prehistoric’ ‘art’: a response to Bowyer. La Pintura 29(3): 9.
2003d. Murujuga rock art imperiled in Australia. Sacred Sites 13(2): 4-6.
2003e. Murujuga Forum established. Australia ICOMOS E-Mail News No. 64, 16 April 2003.
2003f. Questions for Dr Zilhão. Rock Art Research 20(1): 63-67.
2003g. [With G. Kumar, A. Watchman, R. G. Roberts, E. Lawson and C. Patterson] 2002 progress report of the EIP Project. Rock Art Research 20(1): 70-71.
2003h. Book review of J. L. Pearson, ‘Shamanism and the ancient mind: a cognitive approach to archaeology’. Rock Art Research 20(1): 76-78.
2003i. Second progress report of the EIP Project  April 2003. Rock Art Research 20(1): 85-86.
2003j. Concerns in rock art science. AURA Newsletter 20(1): 1-4.
2003k. Dampier report April 2003. AURA Newsletter 20(1): 5-8.
2003l. Seafaring in the Pleistocene. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 13(1): 41-66.
2003m. IFRAO 1988-2000: the first dozen years. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/ifrao/web/hist.html
2003n. Crisis in Palaeolithic art studies. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/epistem/web/crisis.html
2003o. Analyses of Côa valley petroglyphs. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/ifrao/shared_files/Coa_Turin.pdf
2003p. Palaeolithic cave art in Britain? http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/cara13/web/Ripoll.html
2003q. [With M. Consens, A. Muzzolini, D. Seglie and Y. A. Sher) Rock art glossary: a multilingual dictionary. IFRAO_Brepols Series 2, Brepols, Turnhout.
2003r. A figurine from the African Acheulian. Current Anthropology 44(3): 405-413.
2003s. The role and work of IFRAO. SAPAR Bulletin 5: 3-5.
2003t. The earliest evidence of palaeoart. Rock Art Research 20(2): 89-135.
2003u. A major change in archaeological paradigm. Anthropos 98: 511-520.
2003v. [With G. D. Aslin and E. Bednarik] The cave petroglyphs of Australia. Cave Art Research 3: 1-8.
2003w. First microerosion calibration curve for Iberia. ARKEOS – Perspectivas em Diálogo 14: 73-90.
2003x. [With D. Seglie] Arte aborigena Australiana la tutela negata. Archaeologia Viva 22(98): 82-86.
2003y. Portable palaeoart of the Pleistocene. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/portable/web/index.html
2003z. Manuports and very early palaeoart. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/portable/web/manuport.html
2003aa. Portable engravings. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/portable/web/engavings.html
2003bb. Beads and pendants. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/portable/web/beads.html
2003cc. Figurines and plaques. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/portable/web/figurine.html
2003dd. Fakes and misidentifications. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/portable/web/fakes.html
2003ee. Technological analyses. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/portable/web/analyses.html
2003ff. Interpretation of rock art. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/interpret/web/index.html
2003gg. Traditional approaches to interpretation. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/interpret/web/traditional.html
2003hh. Ethnographic interpretation of rock art. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/interpret/web/ethno.html
2003ii. Creating futile iconographic meanings. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/interpret/web/icono.html
2003jj. Objective links between rock art corpora. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/interpret/web/objective.html
2003kk. Universals in arts. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/interpret/web/univers.html
2003ll. Scientifically based interpretation. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/interpret/web/science.html
2003mm. Fads and beliefs. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/interpret/web/fads.html
2003nn. The Bilzingsleben engravings in the context of Lower Palaeolithic palaeoart. In H. Meller (ed.), Erkenntnisjäger: Kultur und Umwelt des frühen Menschen, pp. 43-49. Festschrift für Dietrich Mania, Landesamt für Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt, Halle (Saale).
2003oo. Palaeoart epistemology. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/epistem/web/index.html
2003pp. Art in caves: history. In J. Gunn (ed.), Encyclopedia of cave and karst science, pp. . Routledge, New York.
2003qq. Cave rock art in Australasia. In J. Gunn (ed.), Encyclopedia of cave and karst science, pp. . Routledge, New York.
2003rr. Makapansgat cobble analysed. http://web.archive.org/web/20030330065452/http://sunspot.sli.unimelb.edu.au/aura/MAKAPANSGAT.htm
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2004a. Dampier visit by the WMF President. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/wmf3.html
2004b. The Dampier Cargo Cult. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/cargo.html
2004c. Facts about LNG plants. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/LNG.html
2004d. Dampier report March 2004. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/LNG.html
2004e. The origins of symbolling. http://www.semioticon.com/virtuals/symbolicity/origins.html
2004f. Rock markings of humans and other animals. Rock Art Research 21(1): 73-77.
2004g. Response to Bradshaw and Hodgson. Rock Art Research 21(1): 87-88.
2004h. EIP Project second progress report. Rock Art Research 21(1): 107.
2004i. AURA at Hamilton. AURA Newsletter 21(1): 1-2.
2004j. A recipe for failure. AURA Newsletter 21(1): 8-9.
2004k. Burrup misinformation. Pilbara News July 2004.
2004l. Public archaeology and political dynamics in Portugal. Public Archaeology 3(3): 162-166.
2004m. The IFRAO Standard Scale. Arte Preistorica, http://www.artepreistorica.it/articoli/articolo.asp?english=&idarticolo=11&p=1
2004n. Dampier report October 2004. AURA Newsletter 21(2):13-15.
2004o. New evidence from the Côa valley, Portugal. Rock Art Research 21(2): 137-144.
2004p. Book review C. Chippindale and G. Nash (eds), ‘The figured landscapes of rock art: looking at pictures in place’. Rock Art Research 21(2): 200-201.
2004q. IFRAO’s Dampier Campaign. Rock Art Research 21(2): 207-210.
2004r. The earliest evidence of palaeoart. Arte Preistorica, http://www.artepreistorica.it/articoli/articolo.asp?english=&idarticolo=83&p=1
2004s. Dawn of a millennium: the ascent of Indian rock art research. In P. Chenna Reddy (ed.), Brahma Sri. Researches in archaeology, history and culture in the new millennium (Dr P. V. Parabrahma Sastry Felicitation Volume), pp. 3-11. Sharada Publishing House. Delhi.
2004t. Millennium: the state of Australian rock art research. In Ulf Bertilsson and Louise McDermott (eds), The future of rock art — a world review, pp. 50-59. Rapport från Riksantikvarieämbetet 2004:7, National Heritage Board of Sweden, Stockholm.
2004u. On the cognitive development of hominids. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in History and Archaeology 1(1): 30-38.
2004v. Interpretatsiya dannykh o proiskhozhdeii iskusstva (Interpreting the evidence for art origins). Arkheologiy, etnografiy i antropologiy Evraziy (Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia) 20(4): 35-47.
2004w. Africa and India: pre-Historic parallels. African Quarterly 44(3): 1–11.
2004x. The cave bear in Chauvet Cave. Cave Art Research 4: 1-12.
2004y. Cupules: the oldest surviving rock art (in Chinese). Yan Hua (Rock Art Research) 2004: 136-138.
2004z. Lesson in integrity: a reply to Zilhão. Public Archaeology 3(4): 240-244.
2004aa. IFRAO’s progress. In G. Kumar (ed.), Programme and congress handbook, The RASI 2004 International Rock Art Congress, p. 9. Occasional RASO Publication 2004, The Rock Art Society of India, Agra.
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2005a. New impetus in the study of the Indian Lower Palaeolithic. In Recent trends in historical studies, Festschrift to Professor Ravula Soma Reddy, edited by A. Satyanarayanan and P. Chenna Reddy. S. K. Pathak Research India Press, New Delhi.
2005b. Cairns 2005: AURA Inter-Congress Symposium. AURA Newsletter 22(1): 1-2.
2005c. Dampier — a powder keg. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/keg.html
2005d. (With Majeed Khan) Scientific studies of Saudi Arabian rock art. Rock Art Research 22(1): 49-81.
2005e. Study of a Palaeolithic time capsule. Rock Art Research 22(1): 87-89.
2005f. Agra 2004: report of a magnificent rock art congress. Rock Art Research 22(1): 105-107.
2005g. Saving rock art: report of a conference. Rock Art Research 22(1): 107-108.
2005h. Dampier rock art exhibition launched. Rock Art Research 22(1): 111-112.
2005i. IFRAO proposal for the Dampier rock art. Rock Art Research 22(1): 112-116.
2005j. Church Hole: a controversial site. International Newsletter on Rock Art 42: 19-21.
2005k. The technology and use of beads in the Pleistocene. http://www.semioticon.com/virtuals/archaeology/technology.pdf
2005l. Dampier carcinogens. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/health.html
2005m. Cairns AURA Inter-Congress Symposium 2005. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/congress/web/cairns.html
2005n (ed.). Program and symposium handbook, AURA Inter-Congress Symposium 2005. Occasional AURA Publication 13, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
2005o. Middle Pleistocene beads and symbolism. Anthropos 100(2): 537-552.
2005p. Dampier rock art exhibition in Melbourne. AURA Newsletter 22(2): 5.
2005q. Cairns AURA Inter-Congress Symposium. AURA Newsletter 22(2): 6-7.
2005r. Archaeology and science: a response to Huffman. The South African Archaeological Bulletin 60(181): 39-41.
2005s. Proposal for Dampier: towards a resolution of the problems facing the Dampier Archipelago, Western Australia. Occasional AURA Publication 13, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
2005t. (With G. Kumar, A. Watchman and R. G. Roberts) Preliminary results of the EIP Project. Rock Art Research 22(2): 147-197.
2005u. The roles of GIPRI and ICANH. Rock Art Research 22(2): 204-205.
2005v. Reply to Lombry. Rock Art Research 22(2): 208.
2005w. First direct dating of Saharan rock art. Rock Art Research 22(2): 209.
2005x. More on Acheulian beads. Rock Art Research 22(2): 210-212.
2005y. IFRAO’s progress. Rock Art Research 22(2): 224.
2005z. L’Art Rupestre: conservation, mise en valeur et communication. Rock Art Research 22(2): 224-226.
2005aa. Summary report to Unesco. Rock Art Research 22(2): 226-228.
2005bb. Palaeolithic cave art in Britain? Cave Art Research 5: 1-6.
2005cc. A brief history of cave art research. Cave Art Research 5: 7-8.
2005dd. State of the art report: rock art and semiotics. Semiotix. A Global Information Bulletin 5, http://www.semioticon.com/semiotix/semiotix5/newsletterindex5.htm#rock
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2005ff. Proposal for Dampier: towards a resolution of the problems facing the Dampier Archipelago, Western Australia. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/shared_files/PROPOSAL.pdf
2005gg. Cognition and symbolism in human evolution. A course of the Semiotics Institute Online, University of Toronto. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/rbednarikoutline.pdf
2005hh. The lasting legacy of V. S. Wakankar. Purakala 14–15: 5-12.
2005ii. (With G. Kumar, A. Watchman and R. G. Roberts) The EIP Project in 2005: a progress report. Purakala 14–15: 13-68.
2005jj. Agra 2004: a magnificent rock art congress. Purakala 14–15: 125-128.
2005kk. Proposal for Dampier. Purakala 14–15: 135-136.
2005ll. IFRAO’s progress: 2005. Purakala 14–15: 136-137.
2005mm. Summary report to Unesco. Purakala 14–15: 137-140.
2005nn. The technology and use of beads in the Pleistocene. Virtual symposia: Archaeology of Gesture, Cork 2005. http://www.semioticon.com/virtuals/archaeology/technology.pdf
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2006a. Out of India? The world’s earliest rock art. Minerva 17(1): 31-32.
2006b. The palaeoanthropological and archaeological context. Cognition and symbolism in human evolution, Lecture 1. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/rbednarik1.pdf
2006c. Short-range versus long-range theories. Cognition and symbolism in human evolution, Lecture 2. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/rbednarik2.pdf
2006d. A global perspective of rock art protection. Coalition 11: 2-5, http://www.rtphc.csic.es/PDF/NL11.pdf
2006e. The evidence of palaeoart. Cognition and symbolism in human evolution, Lecture 3. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/rbednarik3.pdf
2006f. Beads, symbolism and self-awareness. Cognition and symbolism in human evolution, Lecture 4. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/rbednarik4.pdf
2006g. The evidence of language origins. Cognition and symbolism in human evolution, Lecture 5. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/rbednarik5.pdf
2006h. Australian apocalypse. The story of Australia’s greatest cultural monument. Occasional AURA Publication 14, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.
2006i. Cognitive archaeology and cognitive sciences. Rock Art Research 23(1): 24-26.
2006j. A unified theory for palaeoart studies. Rock Art Research 23(1): 85-88.
2006k. [With G. Kumar, A. Watchman and R. G. Roberts] Response to Harrod’s questions. Rock Art Research 23(1): 114-118.
2006l. The methodology of examining very early engravings. Rock Art Research 23(1): 125-128.
2006m. Book review of J. David Lewis-Williams, ‘A cosmos in stone. Interpreting religion and society through rock art’. Rock Art Research 23(1): 134-135.
2006n. Quantification of the amount of rock art lost at Dampier. Rock Art Research 23(1): 137-140.
2006o. Dampier update — May 2006. AURA Newsletter 23(1): 1-2.
2006p. Tasmanian rock art vandalism. AURA Newsletter 23(1): 3.
2006q. Theft of petroglyphs in Nevada. AURA Newsletter 23(1): 4.
2006r. Neurophysiology and paleoart. Cognition and symbolism in human evolution, Lecture 6. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/rbednarik6.pdf
2006s. Pleistocene rock art in central Europe? International Newsletter on Rock Art 45: 27-30.
2006t. Towards a theory of cognitive origins. Cognition and symbolism in human evolution, Lecture 7. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/rbednarik7.pdf
2006u. The Middle Palaeolithic engravings from Oldisleben, Germany. Anthropologie 44(2): 113-121.
2006v. Arte rupestre, tafonomía y epistemología. http://www.rupestreweb.info/bednarik2.html
2006w. Sobre la practica de tizar y resaltar petroglifos. http://www.rupestreweb.info/tizado.html
2006x. La calibración computarizada a color en las fotografías de arte rupestre. http://www.rupestreweb.info/escala.html
2006y. CALM proposal. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/CALM.html
2006z. Editorial. Rock Art Research 23(2): 148-152.
2006aa. More about finger flutings. Rock Art Research 23(2): 195-197.
2006bb. The cave art of Mladeč Cave, Czech Republic. Rock Art Research 23(2): 207-216.
2006cc. Names and hyphenation memes. Rock Art Research 23(2): 257-259.
2006dd. Micoquian engravings from Oldisleben, Germany. Rock Art Research 23(2): 265-268.
2006ee. Some thoughts on the 15th Congress of the UISPP. Rock Art Research 23(2): 280-282,
2006ff. Rock art protection in Tasmania. Rock Art Research 23(2): 282.
2006gg. Minutes of the 2006 IFRAO Business Meeting, Lisbon, Portugal. Rock Art Research 23(2): 286-288.
2006hh. Dampier fact sheets. AURA Newsletter 23(2): 5-9.
2006ii. The ‘Assistant Undertaker’ of Dampier rock art. AURA Newsletter 23(2): 10-11.
2006jj. Petroglyphs destroyed by Christian zealots. AURA Newsletter 23(2): 11.
2006kk. Das Fiasko vom Guadiana-Tal. IC-Nachrichten 88: 10-11.
2006ll. Pilbara-Felskunst erstmals datiert. IC-Nachrichten 88: 11-12.
2006mm. Eine Acheuléen-Figurine entdeckt. IC-Nachrichten 88: 12-14.
2006nn. Keine paläolithische Felskunst in Deutschland. IC-Nachrichten 88: 14-15.
2006oo. Erste Felskunstdatierungen im Mittelosten. IC-Nachrichten 88: 15-16.
2006pp. Erhaltung der Dampier-Felskunst gefordert. IC-Nachrichten 88: 16.
2006qq. The evolution of symbolism. Cognition and symbolism in human evolution, Lecture 8. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/rbednarik8.pdf
2006rr. Australian Heritage Council recommendation. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/AHC.html
2006ss. Dampier fact sheets. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/facts.html
2006tt. Woodside’s liability. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/share.html
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2006xx. A unified theory for palaeoart studies. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/epistem/shared_files/unified.pdf
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2006zz. Australian Apocalypse – petroglyphs under threat. Teaching History 40(3): 36-41.
2006aaa. The known cave art of South Australia. Cave Art Research 6: 1-14.
2006bbb. About the age of the Chauvet rock art. Cave Art Research 6: 14-20.
2006ccc. Indian palaeoart in a global perspective. In P. Chenna Reddy (ed.), Mahasena siri, riches of Indian culture and noteworthy archaeological studies: a felicitation volume in honour of Dr. I. K. Sarma (Vol. 1), pp. 3-32. Sharada Publishing House, Delhi.
2006ddd. Palaeolithic art in China. In P. Chenna Reddy (ed.), Festschrift to Prof. Anantha Adiga Sundara, pp. 569-580. Sharada Publishing House, Delhi.
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2007a. Rock art (long entry). Semiotics Encyclopedia Online, Victoria University, Toronto, http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/dse/encyclopedia/r/frameset/rockartframeset.html
2007b. EPA appeal by IFRAO. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/EPA.html
2007c. Dampier rock art destruction 2007. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/vandal.html
2007d. Letter to Malcolm Turnbull. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/turnbull.html
2007e. Antiquity and authorship of the Chauvet rock art. Rock Art Research 24(1): 21-34.
2007f. Models of reality derived from biological intelligence. Rock Art Research 24(1): 40-42.
2007g. Progress with rock art protection in Tasmania. Rock Art Research 24(1): 135.
2007h. Dampier rainwater as acidic as beer: CSIRO. Rock Art Research 24(1): 139-141.
2007i. Experimental crossing from Sumbawa to Komodo by bamboo raft. INA Quarterly 34(2): 13-17.
2007j. Lower Palaeolithic rock art of India and its global context. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/eip1/shared_files/Man_in_India_2007.pdf
2007k. Rock art science: the scientific study of palaeoart, second edition. Aryan Books International, New Delhi.
2007l. The Late Pleistocene cultural shift in Europe. Anthropos 102(2): 347-370.
2007m. Book review of S. Webb 2006, ‘The first boat people’. Anthropos 102(2): 653-655.
2007n. The removal of rock art. AURA Newsletter 24(1): 1-7
2007o. About mastodons and mammoths. AURA Newsletter 24(1): 7-8.
2007p. (With Gloria Andrews, Stephen Cameron and Elfriede Bednarik) Petroglyphs of Meenamatta, the Blue Tier mountains, Tasmania. Rock Art Research 24(2): 161-170.
2007q. The science of Dampier rock art — part 1. Rock Art Research 24(2): 209-246.
2007r. Book review of J.-L. Le Quellec, ‘Rock art in Africa: mythology and legend’; and J.-L. Le Quellec, Pauline de Flers and Philippe de Flers, ‘Peintures et gravures d’avant les pharaons: du Sahara au Nil’. Rock Art Research 24(2): 261-262.
2007s. Good progress at Dampier. Rock Art Research 24(2): 267-271.
2007t. The Rock Art Preservation Fund. Rock Art Research 24(2): 271.
2007u. The first international cupule conference: a report. Rock Art Research 24(2): 273-276.
2007v. Pre-Historic art congress 2010: ‘Pleistocene Art of the World’. Rock Art Research 24(2): 276.
2007w. Das EIP-Projekt. IC-Nachrichten 89: 22.
2007x. Ein Acheuléen-Manuport. IC-Nachrichten 89: 23.
2007y. Erste Datierung von Felskunst in der Sahara. IC-Nachrichten 89: 23.
2007z. Dampier acid rain. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/shared_files/CSIRO.pdf
2007aa. Dampier listed! http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/listing.html
2007bb. The Schildburger government of Western Australia. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/schild.html
2007cc. Effects of the Dampier Campaign. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/web/effects.html
2007dd. The science of Dampier rock art — part 1 (Web version). http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/shared_files/DampierScience1.pdf
2007ee. Cave art and perceived abilities of the ancients. Cave Art Research 7: 1-5.
2007ff. The early cave art of central Europe. Cave Art Research 7: 6-15.
2007gg. Book review of S. Webb 2006, ‘The first boat people’. Australian Aboriginal Studies 2007(2): 179-181.
2007hh. The trouble with cupules. In G. Nash et al. (eds), Landscape enquiries, pp. 73-79. Monograph 8, The Clifton Antiquarian Club, Clifton.
2007ii. The removal of rock art. Purakala 17: 135-144.
2007jj. Book review of ‘The Hobbit trap: money, fame, science and the discovery of a “new species” ’, by M. Henneberg and J. Schofield. Anthropologie 45(2-3): 299-300.
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2008a. Rock art. In D. M. Pearsall (ed.), Encyclopedia of archaeology, pp. 1940-1952. Academic Press, New York.
2008b. The mythical Moderns. Journal of World Prehistory, electronic version DOI 10.1007/s10963-008-9009-8, http://www.springerlink.com/content/ap3265534l2m4836/
2008c. Removing rock art. International Newsletter on Rock Art 50: 8-12.
2008d. The epistemology of Pleistocene archaeology. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/bednarik-outline.pdf
2008e. Milestones in Pleistocene archaeology. The epistemology of Pleistocene archaeology, Lecture 1. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/bednarik1.pdf
2008f. The origins of symboling. Signs 2: 82-113, http://vip.db.dk/signs/artikler/Bednarik%20_2008_%20The%20origin%20of%20symboling%20-%20revised.pdf
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2008i. An analysis of archaeology. The epistemology of Pleistocene archaeology, Lecture 2. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/bednarik2.pdf
2008j. In praise of doodling. Rock Art Research 25(1): 54-55.
2008k. Cupules. Rock Art Research 25(1): 61-100.
2008l. Book review of Mike Donaldson and Kevin Kenneally (eds), 2007, ‘Rock art of the Kimberley’. Rock Art Research 25(1): 125-126.
2008m. Book review of Ekkehart Malotki, 2007, ‘The rock art of Arizona: art for life’s sake’. Rock Art Research 25(1): 126.
2008n. Versions of archaeology. The epistemology of Pleistocene archaeology, Lecture 3. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/bednarik3.pdf
2008o. The maritime dispersal of Pleistocene humans. Migration and Diffusion. http://migration.steinwender.co.uk/
2008p. Neurophysiology and palaeoart. AURA Newsletter 25(1): 6-16.
2008q. Mistakes in archaeology. The epistemology of Pleistocene archaeology, Lecture 4. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/bednarik4.pdf
2008r. Beads and the origins of symbolism. Time and Mind: The Journal of Archaeology, Consciousness and Culture 1(3): 285-318.
2008s. Pedogenetic dating of loess strata. Journal of Archaeological Science http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2008.06.017, DOI: 10.1016/j.jas.2008.06.017
2008t. First Mariners – BBC project 2008. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/mariners/web/lombok.html
2008u. First Mariners – National Geographic project 2008. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/mariners/web/ng2008.html
2008v. The neocolonialism of archaeology. The epistemology of Pleistocene archaeology, Lecture 5. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/bednarik5.pdf
2008w. Pleistocene palaeoart of the world: introduction and summary. In R. G. Bednarik and D. Hodgson (eds), Pleistocene palaeoart of the world, pp. 1-2. Proceedings of the XVth UISPP World Congress, Lisbon 2006, BAR International Series 1804, Oxford.
2008x. The Lower Palaeolithic rock art of India. In R. G. Bednarik and D. Hodgson (eds), Pleistocene palaeoart of the world, pp. 33-39. Proceedings of the XVth UISPP World Congress, Lisbon 2006, BAR International Series 1804, Oxford.
2008y. [With G. Kumar] The origins of ‘modern humans’ and palaeoart reconsidered. In R. G. Bednarik and D. Hodgson (eds), Pleistocene palaeoart of the world, pp. 41-48. Proceedings of the XVth UISPP World Congress, Lisbon 2006, BAR International Series 1804, Oxford.
2008z. [With M. Sreenathan and V. R. Rao] Paleolithic cognitive inheritance in aesthetic behavior of the Jarawas of the Andaman Islands. Anthropos 103: 367-392.
2008aa. Logic in archaeology. The epistemology of Pleistocene archaeology, Lecture 6. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/bednarik6.pdf
2008bb. Pedogenetic dating of loess strata. Journal of Archaeological Science 35(12): 3124-3129.
2008cc. More on rock art removal. South African Archaeological Bulletin 63(187): 82-84.
2008dd. Australia’s greatest cultural treasure. Insight June 2008 issue.
2008ee. The mythical Moderns. Journal of World Prehistory 21(2): 85-102.
2008ff. A metamorphology of archaeology. The epistemology of Pleistocene archaeology, Lecture 7. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/bednarik7.pdf
2008gg. Contingencies in Pleistocene archaeology. The epistemology of Pleistocene archaeology, Lecture 8. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/epc/srb/cyber/bednarik8.pdf
2008hh. Children as Pleistocene artists. Rock Art Research 25(2): 173-182.
2008ii. On cupule interpretation. Rock Art Research 25(2): 214-219.
2008jj. The first quarter: an editorial footnote. Rock Art Research 25(2): 246-248.
2008kk. The eternal scholar. Purakala 18: 73-74.
2008ll. The main problems in rock art research. Man in India 88(2-3): 199-213.
2008mm. Auditorium Cave: oldest known cave art in the world. Cave Art Research 8: 1-12.
2008nn. Die Kranichberger Petroglyphen bei Glocknitz, Niederösterreich. Almogaren 39: 19-26.
2008oo. The domestication of humans. Anthropologie 46(1): 1-17.
2008pp. Zur Seefahrt im Paläolithikum. Ethnographisch-Archäologische Zeitschrift 49(3): 257-270.
2008qq. The origins of symboling. Signs 2: 82-113.
2008rr. Book review of ‘The Hobbit trap: money, fame, science and the discovery of a “new species” ‘, by M. Henneberg and J. Schofield. Australian Aboriginal Studies 2008(2): 124-126.
2008ss. Palaeoart and ethnographic art: a comparative analysis. In P. Chenna Reddy (ed.), Felicitation volume dedicated to Dr. V. V. Krishna, pp. 3-9. Research India Press, New Delhi.
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2009a. Reviewing the Flores Hobbit chronicles. Anthropos 104(1): 195-198.
2009b. Editorial. Rock Art Research 26(1): 4-6.
2009c. Experimental colorimetric analysis of petroglyphs. Rock Art Research 26(1): 55-64.
2009d. Murujuga rock art at AAA 2008. Rock Art Research 26(1): 116.
2009e. AURA rock art consultants register: first notice. Rock Art Research 26(1): 117.
2009f. Lascaux matters. Rock Art Research 26(1): 120-121.
2009g. The Dampier Rock Art Precinct, Western Australia. In L’art parietal: conservation mise en valeur communication, pp. 187–198. Edited by the Société des Amis du Musée National de Préhistoire et de la Recherche Archéologique (SAMRA), Lez Eyzies, France.
2009h. Fluvial erosion of inscriptions and petroglyphs at Siega Verde, Spain. Journal of Archaeological Science doi:10.1016/j.jas.2009.06.019.
2009i. Rock art and the archaeological octopus: a response to Echevarría. AURA Newsletter 26(2): 11-12.
2009j. The relevance of archaeological propositions to semiotics. Position paper, Virtual symposium: archaeology of semiotic behaviour, La Coruña, Spain, 22-26 September 2009. http://www.semioticon.com/virtuals/arch_behaviour/bednarik_1.pdf
2009k. ‘Natural cupules’ in caves. International Newsletter on Rock Art 54: 10-11.
2009l. Lógica tafonómica para principiantes. http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/auraesp/shared_files/Logica.doc
2009m. Archaeology versus rock art science. Rock Art Research 26(2): 156-158.
2009n. To be or not to be Palaeolithic, that is the question. Rock Art Research 26(2): 165-177.
2009o. Reply to Echevarría López. Rock Art Research 26(2): 226.
2009p. Capivara 2009: a most enjoyable IFRAO Congress. Rock Art Research 26(2): 233-235.
2009q. UNESCO and global rock art. Rock Art Research 26(2): 236-238.
2009r. State of the art summary for UNESCO. Rock Art Research 26(2): 238-241.
2009s. Fluvial erosion of inscriptions and petroglyphs at Siega Verde, Spain. Journal of Archaeological Science 36(10): 2365–2373.
2009t. [With M. Khan] The rock art of southern Arabia reconsidered. Adumatu Journal 20: 7-20.
2009u. Lógica tafonómica para principiantes. Boletín APAR 1(2): 22-24.
2009v. Interpreting the evidence for art origins. Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia, special issue 2009: 31-47.
2009w. The Middle-Upper Paleolithic transition revisited. In Marta Camps and Parth R. Chauhan (eds), Sourcebook of Paleolithic transitions: methods, theories, and interpretations, pp. 273-281. Springer, New York.
2009x. Ethnographic analogy in rock art interpretation. Purakala 19: 1-8.
2009y. The global context of Lower Palaeolithic Indian palaeoart. Man and Environment 34(2): 1-16.
2009z. Australian rock art. Proceedingsof the 17th Australasian Conference on Cave and Karst Management, Buchan, Victoria, 2007. Published on CD.
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2010a. Pleistocene rock art in Australia. Anthropos 105(1): 3-12.
2010b. Congress announcement. Anthropos 105(1):
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2010d. Conclusions in response to minimum cues. Rock Art Research 27(1): 80-82.
2010e. Australian rock art of the Pleistocene. Rock Art Research 27(1): 95-120.
2010f. Broken Hill: AURA Inter-Congress Symposium 2009. Rock Art Research 27(1): 125-126.
2010g. The First Cupule Conference: introduction and summary. In R. Querejazu Lewis and R. G. Bednarik (eds), Mysterious cup marks: proceedings of the First International Cupule Conference, pp. 1-3. BAR International Series 2073, Archaeopress, Oxford.
2010h. Estimating the age of cupules. In R. Querejazu Lewis and R. G. Bednarik (eds), Mysterious cup marks: proceedings of the First International Cupule Conference, pp. 5-12. BAR International Series 2073, Archaeopress, Oxford.
2010i. Relevance of site lithology and taphonomic logic to cupules. In R. Querejazu Lewis and R. G. Bednarik (eds), Mysterious cup marks: proceedings of the First International Cupule Conference, pp. 33-39. BAR International Series 2073, Archaeopress, Oxford.
2010j. Discriminating between cupules and other rock markings. In R. Querejazu Lewis and R. G. Bednarik (eds), Mysterious cup marks: proceedings of the First International Cupule Conference, pp. 41-51. BAR International Series 2073, Archaeopress, Oxford.
2010k. The technology of cupule making. In R. Querejazu Lewis and R. G. Bednarik (eds), Mysterious cup marks: proceedings of the First International Cupule Conference, pp. 53-58. BAR International Series 2073, Archaeopress, Oxford.
2010l. The interpretation of cupules. In R. Querejazu Lewis and R. G. Bednarik (eds), Mysterious cup marks: proceedings of the First International Cupule Conference, pp. 67-73. BAR International Series 2073, Archaeopress, Oxford.
2010m. A short ethnography of cupules. In R. Querejazu Lewis and R. G. Bednarik (eds), Mysterious cup marks: proceedings of the First International Cupule Conference, pp. 109-114. BAR International Series 2073, Archaeopress, Oxford.
2010n. About lithophones. In R. Querejazu Lewis and R. G. Bednarik (eds), Mysterious cup marks: proceedings of the First International Cupule Conference, pp. 115-118. BAR International Series 2073, Archaeopress, Oxford.
2010o. Report concerning protection of Dampier Cultural Precinct, for Hon Colin Barnett MLA, Premier of Western Australia. AURA Newsletter 27(1): 10-12.
2010p. [With G. Andrews, S. Cameron, P. C. Sims, C. Williams and E. Bednarik] The elusive Meenamatta petroglyphs, Tasmania: comment on Jo Field’s and Peter D. McIntosh’s ‘A re-evaluation of petroglyphs on Blue Tier, northeast Tasmania’. Australian Archaeology 70: 86-87.
2010q. Underrating the ancients. http://www.migration-diffusion.info/article.php?id=166
2010r. The maritime dispersal of Pleistocene humans. http://www.migration-diffusion.info/article.php?id=60
2010s. To be or not to be Palaeolithic, that is the question. In K. Sharpe et al. (eds), European cave art, pp. 65-79. BAR International Series 2108, Archaeopress, Oxford.
2010t. [With A. Achrati, M. Consens, F. Coimbra, G. Dimitriadis, T. Huisheng, A. Muzzolini, D. Seglie and Y. A Sher] Rock art glossary: a multilingual dictionary, second edition. Occasional AURA Publication 16, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Inc., Melbourne.
2010u. The World Heritage List and rock art. AURA Newsletter 27(2): 16-20.
2010v. The ascent of palaeoart science. In N. Guidon, M. Simões Abreu and C. Buco (eds), Global rock art, FUMDHAMentos IX(II): 153-165. Fundação Museu do Homen Americano, São Raimundo Nonato, Brazil.
2010w. Lower Palaeolithic palaeoart of the world. In N. Guidon, M. Simões Abreu and C. Buco (eds), Global rock art, FUMDHAMentos IX(II): 197-219. Fundação Museu do Homen Americano, São Raimundo Nonato, Brazil.
2010x. To be or not to be scientific, that is the question. In N. Guidon, M. Simões Abreu and C. Buco (eds), Global rock art, FUMDHAMentos IX(II): 255-265. Fundação Museu do Homen Americano, São Raimundo Nonato, Brazil.
2010y. The role of calibrated colorimetry in rock art science. In N. Guidon, M. Simões Abreu and C. Buco (eds), Global rock art, FUMDHAMentos IX(III): 613-623. Fundação Museu do Homen Americano, São Raimundo Nonato, Brazil.
2010z. Developments in petroglyph dating. Rock Art Research 27(2): 217-222.
2010aa. [With G. Andrews, S. Cameron, P. C. Sims and E. Bednarik] The contested Meenamatta petroglyphs, Tasmania. Rock Art Research 27(2): 251-256.
2010bb. The World Heritage List and rock art. http://www.cesmap.it/ifrao/ifraofront.html
2010cc. Some analytical observations of Bolivian rock art. Quellca Rumi 1(1): 33-38. Algunas observaciones analíticas sobre el arte rupestre Boliviano. Quellca Rumi 1(1): 39-42
2010dd. [With Peter B. Beaumont] On a search for ancestral rock art in the south-eastern Kalahari, South Africa. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Pleistocene art of Africa, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010ee. [With Peter B. Beaumont] Pleistocene engravings from Wonderwerk Cave, South Africa. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Pleistocene art of Africa, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010ff. [With Peter B. Beaumont] A brief overview of major Pleistocene rock art sites in sub-Saharan Africa. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Pleistocene art of Africa, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010gg. Indian Pleistocene rock art in a global context. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Pleistocene art of Asia, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010hh. An overview of Asian palaeoart of the Pleistocene. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Pleistocene art of Asia, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010ii. [With Giriraj Kumar] Typological context of the Lower Palaeolithic lithics from Daraki-Chattan Cave, India. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Pleistocene art of Asia, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010jj. [With Giriraj Kumar, Narayan Vyas and Arakhita Pradhan] Lower Palaeolithic petroglyphs and hammerstones obtained from the excavations at Daraki-Chattan Cave in India. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Pleistocene art of Asia, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010kk. The nature of Australian Pleistocene rock art. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Pleistocene art of Australia, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010ll. Dating and taphonomy of Pleistocene rock art. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Dating and taphonomy in Pleistocene art, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010mm. [With Giriraj Kumar] The difficulties of determining the approximate antiquity of Lower Palaeolithic petroglyphs in India. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Dating and taphonomy in Pleistocene art, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010nn. The distribution of Franco-Cantabrian rock art. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Pleistocene art of Europe, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010oo. [With Yann-Pierre Montelle] Forensics in Australian cave art research. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Applications of forensic techniques to Pleistocene palaeoart investigations, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010pp. [With Yann-Pierre Montelle] The relevance of forensic science in Pleistocene palaeoart studies. Pré actes du congrès, IFRAO Ariège 2010, Applications of forensic techniques to Pleistocene palaeoart investigations, DVD, Lacombe, Tarascon-sur-Arège.
2010qq. Bezcenne na antypodach. Archeologia żywa 2010/1: 42-49.
2010rr. ‘Aurignacians’ and the cave bear. In Ivana Fridrichová-Sýkorová (ed.), Ecce Homo: in memoriam Jan Fridrich, pp. 11-20. Knižnice České společnosti archeologické, o.p.s., Vydala Agentura Krigl, Prague.
2010ss. Palaeoart of the Lower Palaeolithic. In P. Chenna Reddy (ed.), Recent researches in archaeology, history and culture (festschrift to Prof. K. V. Raman), pp. 1-14. Agamkala Prakashan, Delhi.
2010tt. World rock art. In G. Pilkington and A. Jackson (eds), Caves, craters and critters. Proceedings of the 26th Biennial Conference of the Australian Speleological Federation, 6-12 January 2007, pp. 1-32. Print Works, Hope Valley, S.A.
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2010vv. Mea culpa d’un sceptique. In Angela Damian, Elizabeth Azoulay and Dalibor Frioux (eds), Prehistory and Ancient Civilizations. ‘100,000 years of beauty’. Editions Babylone, Paris.
2010-11ww. About the way we see. Purakala 20-21: 33-36.
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2011a. Ethnographic analogy in rock art interpretation. Man In India 91(2): 223-234.
2011b. Palaeoart of the Lower Palaeolithic. In Lybov Ermolenko (ed.), Археология Южной Сибири. К 80-летию Я. А. Шера (Yakov Sher 80th Anniversary Volume), pp. 31-35. Kemerovo State University, Kemerovo.
2011c. The human condition. Springer, New York. Hardcover, ISBN 978-1-4419-9352-6.
2011d. The Dampier campaign. Rock Art Research 28(1): 27-34.
2011e. Inherited vs recent accretions. Rock Art Research 28(1): 41-42.
2011f. Book review of Mike Donaldson, ‘Burrup rock art: ancient Aboriginal rock art of Burrup Peninsula and Dampier Archipelago’. Rock Art Research 28(1): 133-134.
2011g. Book review of Jörg W. Hansen, ‘Tassili. Rock art of the Western and Southern Tassilis, Algeria’. Rock Art Research 28(1): 134-135.
2011h. Pleistocene Art of the World. Tarascon-sur-Ariège 2010. Rock Art Research 28(1): 137-138.
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2011k. Aesthetics and sexual selection. Rock Art Research 28(2): 177-179.
2011l. Aplicación de la filosofía de la ciencia en la investigación del arte rupestre. Boletín APAR 3(9): 272-276.
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2011n. Genetic drift in recent human evolution? In Kevin V. Urbano (ed.), Advances in Genetics Research. Volume 6, pp. 109-160. Nova Press, New York, NY.
2011o. [With Patricia A. Helvenston] Evolutionary origins of brain disorders in Homo sapiens sapiens. Brain Research Journal 3(2): 113–139.
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2012c. Why the Malotki and Wallace paper is scientific. La Pintura 38(1): 5-7.
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2012e. The archaeological significance of calcite. In Joana Dobrev and Petra Markoviæ (eds), Calcite: formation, properties and applications, pp. 69-94. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York.
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2012h. The distribution of Franco-Cantabrian rock art. In J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 24-25
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2012l. Indian Pleistocene rock art in a global context. In J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 150-151.
2012m. [With Giriraj Kumar, Narayan Vyas and Arakhita Pradhan] Lower Palaeolithic petroglyphs and hammerstones obtained from the excavations at Daraki-Chattan Cave in India. In J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 152-153.
2012n. [With Giriraj Kumar] Typological context of the Lower Palaeolithic lithics from Daraki-Chattan Cave, India. In J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 154-155.
2012o. An overview of Asian palaeoart of the Pleistocene. In J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 162-163.
2012p. The nature of Australian Pleistocene rock art. In J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 184-185.
2012q. Dating and taphonomy of Pleistocene rock art. In J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 188-189.
2012r. [With Giriraj Kumar] The difficulties of determining the approximate antiquity of Lower Palaeolithic petroglyphs in India. In J. Clottes (ed.), L’art pléistocène dans de monde, Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège, septembre 2010, Special issue, Préhistoire, Art et Sociétés, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées LXV-LXVI: 202-203.
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2012u. The Arabian horse in the context of world rock art. In M. Khan (ed.), The Arabian horse: origin, development and history, pp. 397-425. Layan Cultural Foundation, Riyadh.
2012v. [With Patricia A. Helvenston] The nexus between neurodegeneration and advanced cognitive abilities. Anthropos 107(2): 511-527.
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2013a. On the neuroscience of rock art interpretation. Time and Mind: The Journal of Archaeology, Consciousness and Culture 6(1): 37–40.
2013b. Preface. In R. G. Bednarik (ed.), The psychology of human behaviour, pp. vii–xi. Nova Press, New York, NY.
2013c. The origins of modern human behaviour. In R. G. Bednarik (ed.), The psychology of human behaviour, pp. 1–58. Nova Press, New York, NY.
2013d. From human past to human future. Humanities 2(1): 20–55; doi:10.3390/h2010020
2013e. Rock art and rock art research in Australia. In Bansi Lal Malla (ed.), The world of rock art: an overview of the five continents, pp. 76–92. Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts and Aryan Books International, New Delhi.
2013f. Pleistocene palaeoart of Africa. Special issue ‘World rock art’, ed. R. G. Bednarik, Arts 2(1), 6-34; doi:10.3390/arts2010006
2013g. Brain disorder and rock art. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 23(1): 69-81.
2013h. History of IFRAO’s first 25 years (1988-2013). IFRAO Home Page (Italy). http://www.cesmap.it/ifrao/ifraohistory.html
2013i. [With Peter B. Beaumont] Tracing the emergence of palaeoart in sub-Saharan Africa. Rock Art Research 30(1): 33-54.
2013j. Book review of Mike Donaldson, ‘Kimberley rock art. Volume 2: north Kimberley’. Rock Art Research 30(1): 166–127.
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2013l. Tasmanian spring. Rock Art Research 30(1): 131-132.
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2013o. Creating the human past. Archaeopress, Oxford.
2013p. On American mammoth depictions. La Pintura 39(3): 7.
2013q. Myths about rock art. Journal of Literature and Art Studies 3(8): 482-500.
2013r. Lower Palaeolithic rock art of India and its global context. Indian Journal of Physical Anthropology and Human Genetics 32(1): 113-142.
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2013v. African Eve: hoax or hypothesis? Advances in Anthropology 3(4): 216-228; doi: 10.4236/aa.2013.34031
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2013cc. Advances in surface luminescence dating: new data from selected monuments (with I. Liritzis, A. Vafiadou, N. Zacharias and G. S. Polymeris). Mediterranean Archaeology & Archaeometry 13(3): 105-115.
2013dd. Introduciendo la Escala Estándar de IFRAO. Boletín APAR 4(15-16): 719-720.
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2014a. Paleoart studies: scientific methods. In D. Fiore, I. Domingo and J. McDonald (eds), Encyclopedia of global archaeology, Archaeology of Art Section, pp. 5734-5740. Springer, New York.
2014b. Australian paleoart. Encyclopedia of global archaeology, Geographical and Cultural Overview Essays, edited Marcel Otte and Rebecca Miller, pp. 677-686. Springer, New York.
2014c. Pleistocene paleoart of Australia. Special issue ‘World rock art’, ed. R. G. Bednarik, Arts 3(1): 156-174; doi:10.3390/arts3010156; http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0752/3/1/156.
2014d. Pleistocene paleoart of the Americas. Special issue ‘World rock art’, ed. R. G. Bednarik, Arts 3(1): 190-206; doi:10.3390/arts3020190; http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0752/3/2/190
2014e. Archaeology and rock art science. Almogaren 44-45: 57-72.

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