Australian Archaeology is a large sub-field in the discipline of Archaeology. Archaeology in Australia takes three main forms, Aboriginal Archaeology (the archaeology of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia before and after European Settlement), Historical Archaeology (the archaeology of Australia after European Settlement) and Maritime Archaeology. Bridging these sub-disciplines is the important concept of Cultural Heritage Management which encompasses Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sites, Historical sites and Maritime sites.
Read more about Australian Archaeology: Aboriginal Archaeology (The Archaeology of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People a, Historical Archaeology in Australia, Underwater and Maritime Archaeology in Australia, Cultural Heritage Management, Important Australian Archaeologists, Professional Societies in Australian Archaeology
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