CORKILL, BA(HONS), MPHIL.SYDNEY, Tessa
Geoarchaeologist, Australian Museum Research Associate
GLENORIE NSW 2157
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Unpublished reports and theses, etc
2011. Corkill, T. Hawkesbury to Hunter: Edge-ground Hatchet Heads from The Australian Museum’s Archaeological Collection. Report to The Australian Museum.
2009. Corkill, T. (ongoing) Maroota Sands Heritage website: http://maroota.sands.googlepages.com
2009. Corkill T. Aboriginal Stone Hatchets. Castlereagh talks at the Castlereagh Academy.
2003. Corkill, T, Attenbrow, V, Grave, P, Sutherland, L, Pogson, R, Watt, H, Corkill, T. Sydney Region Aboriginal Stone Hatchet Heads: The Australian Museum Collection. Report to The Australian Museum.
2000. Corkill T. Port Jackson Archaeological Project, Stone Raw Materials: Balmoral Beach Rockshelter (BB2: M6) (NPWS Site No 45-6-677). Report to Dr Val Attenbrow, Australian Museum.
1999. Corkill, T. Here and There. Links between Stone Sources and Aboriginal Archaeological Sites in Sydney, Australia. MPhil thesis, University of Sydney.
2017. Attenbrow, V., T. Corkill, R.Pogson, L.Sutherland, P.Grave. 2017. Non-destructive Provenancing of Ground-Edged Mafic Artifacts: A Holocene Case Study from the Sydney Basin, Australia. Journal of Field Archaeology 42: Iss 3.
2012. Attenbrow, V. Graham, I., Kononenko, N., Corkill, T., Byrnes, J., Barron, L., Grave, P. Crossing the Great Divide: A ground-edged hatchet-head from Vaucluse, Sydney. Archaeology in Oceania 47:47-52.
2008. Attenbrow, V., Doelman, T. & Corkill, T. Organising the manufacture of Bondi points at Balmoral beach, Middle Harbour, Sydney, NSW, Australia. Archaeology in Oceania 43(3):104-119.
2005. Corkill, T. Sourcing stone from the Sydney region: a hatchet job. Australian Archaeology 60:41–50.