|Koonalda Cave, Nullarbor Plain, South Australia, c. 16,000-27,000 BP / g)ktrnch23stl
"1. Stone Arrangement. Nucleus. Trench II. Photograph by Robin Bailey.
2. Stele, Stone Arrangement. Extension Area C. Trench III. Photograph Bronwyn Roberts.
3. Stone Arrangement. Ambos Stone. Trench II. ["Workshop area, containing large nucleus (Plate IX:1), and ambos-stone (IX:3), boulders for sitting on, and worshop heaps. It belongs to the post-Pleistocene floors" (123)].Photograph by Robin Bailey.
4. Chalcedony boulder, replaced on stone ledge. Stone Arrangement. Extension Area C. Trench III. Photograph Bronwyn Roberts.
5. Stone Arrangement C ("Bench"), before excavation of mining hole beside it. Trench I. Photograph from Nullarbor Expedition 1959-60.
6. Small slab of limestone with incised markings, just over Floor 6. In base of plastic white. (Depositional Cycle III.) Trench III. Photograph by Joan Henderson. ca. 1/2."
Photo © Alexander Gallus, in Wright, R. V. S. (ed.). 1971. Archaeology of the Gallus Site, Koonalda Cave. Canberra: Australian Institute for Aboriginal Studies: plate IX, p. 114.