archaeological survey of Pukapuka Atoll, 1985 (preliminary report)

  • 73 Pages
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  • English
Dept. of Archaeology and Ethnology, Keio University , Tokyo, Japan
Prehistoric peoples -- Cook Islands -- Pukapuka Atoll., Pukapuka Atoll (Cook Islands) -- Antiquities., Cook Islands -- Antiqui


Pukapuka Atoll (Cook Islands), Cook Islands, Pukapuka A

StatementMasashi Chikamori & Shunji Yoshida.
SeriesOccasional papers of the Dept. of Archaeology and Ethnology, Keio University ;, no. 6, Bulletin / Cook Islands Library & Museum Society ;, no. 6, Bulletin (Cook Islands Library & Museum Society) ;, no. 6.
ContributionsYoshida, Shunji.
LC ClassificationsGN875.C66 C45 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 73 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1938168M
LC Control Number90157564

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Pukapuka and Rakahanga atolls are far enough from Rarotonga and Aitutaki to be unaffected by lithospheric loading and flexure asso- ciated with Pleistocene to Holocene volcanism on those islands (Scoffin et al., ; Spencer et al., ).Cited by: Making History: Pukapukan and Anthropological Constructions of Knowledge [Borofsky, Robert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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