Publications by: Jean-Jacques Delannoy

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David, Bruno, Arnold, Lee J., Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, Fresløv, Joanna, Urwin, Chris, Petchey, Fiona, McDowell, Matthew C., Mullett, Russell, Corporation, GunaiKurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal, Mialanes, Jerome, Wood, Rachel, Crouch, Joe, Berthet, Johan, Wong, Vanessa N.L., Green, Helen, and Hellstrom, John (2021) Late survival of megafauna refuted for Cloggs Cave, SE Australia: implications for the Australian Late Pleistocene megafauna extinction debate. Quaternary Science Reviews, 253. 106781.

David, Bruno, Fresløv, Joanna, Mullett, Russell, Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, Petchey, Fiona, Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation, GunaiKurnai, Mialanes, Jerome, Russell, Lynette, Wood, Rachel, Arnold, Lee J., McDowell, Matthew, Berthet, Johan, Fullagar, Richard, Wong, Vanessa N.L., Green, Helen, Urwin, Chris, Metz, Laure, Crouch, Joe, and Ash, Jeremy (2021) Paradigm shifts and ontological turns at Cloggs Cave, GunaiKurnai Country, Australia. In: Abadía, Oscar Moro, and Porr, Martin, (eds.) Ontologies of Rock Art: images, relational approaches, and Indigenous knowledges. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 135-160.

Stephenson, Birgitta, David, Bruno, Fresløv, Joanna, Arnold, Lee J., GunaiKurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation., , Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, Petchey, Fiona, Urwin, Chris, Wong, Vanessa N.L., Fullagar, Richard, Green, Helen, Mialanes, Jerome, McDowell, Matthew, Wood, Rachel, and Hellstrom, John (2020) 2000 year-old Bogong moth (Agrotis infusa) Aboriginal food remains, Australia. Scientific Reports, 10. 22151.

Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, David, Bruno, Fresløv, Joanna, Mullett, Russell, Aboriginal Corporation, Gunaikurnai Land and Waters, Green, Helen, Berthet, Johan, Petchey, Fiona, Arnold, Lee J., Wood, Rachel, Mcdowell, Matthew, Crouch, Joe, Mialanes, Jerome, Ash, Jeremy, and Wong, Vanessa N.L. (2020) Geomorphological context and formation history of Cloggs Cave: what was the cave like when people inhabited it? Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 33. 102461.

David, Bruno, Barker, Bryce, Petchey, Fiona, Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, Geneste, Jean-Michel, Rowe, Cassandra, Eccleston, Mark, Lamb, Lara, and Whear, Ray (2013) A 28,000 year old excavated painted rock from Nawarla Gabarnmang. Journal of Archaeological Science, 40 (5). pp. 2493-25011.

David, Bruno, Lamb, Lara, Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, Pivoru, Frank, Rowe, Cassandra, Pivoru, Max, Frank, Tony, Frank, Nick, Fairbairn, Andrew, and Pivoru, Ruth (2012) Poromoi Tamu and the case of the drowning village: history lost places and the stories we tell. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 16 (2). pp. 319-345.

David, Bruno, Geneste, Jean-Michel, Whear, Ray, Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, Katherine, Margaret, Gunn, Ben, Clarkson, Christopher, Hugues, Plisson, Lee, Preston, Petchey, Fiona, Rowe, Cassandra, Barker, Bryce, Lamb, Lara, Miller, Wes, Hoerlé, Stéphane, James, Daniel, Boche, Élisa, Aplin, Ken, Mcniven, Ian, Richards, Thomas, Fairbairn, Andrew, and Matthews, Jacqueline (2011) Nawarla Gabarmang, a 45,180±910 cal BP site in Jawoyn Country, Southeast Arnhem Land Plateau. Australian Archaeology, 73. pp. 73-77.

David, Bruno, Geneste, Jean-Michel, Aplin, Ken, Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, Araho, Nick, Clarkson, Chris, Connell, Kate, Haberle, Simon, Barker, Bryce, Lamb, Lara, Stanisic, John, Fairbairn, Andrew, Skelly, Robert, and Rowe, Cassandra (2010) Emo Site (OAC), Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea: resolving long standing questions of antiquity and implications for the history of the ancestral Hiri maritime trade. Australian Archaeology, 70. pp. 38-54.

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