Drawing in the Land
List of Tables
Table 2.1 Summary of catchment areas, dam areas and percentage of each catchment denuded by flooding.
Table 5.1 Site data variables and attributes.
Table 5.2 Shelter data variables and attributes.
Table 5.3 Mark data variables and attributes.
Table 6.1 Number and percentage of site contexts (open or shelter) by river catchment (compiled from IPG/DB and R/DB).
Table 6.2 Summary description of sites with engraved groove channels (description as per IPG Site Cards).
Table 6.3 Description of engraved rock art in open contexts (per IPG Site Cards).
Table 6.4 Summary of archaeological traits per shelter in the Upper Nepean catchment (IPG/DB and R/DB).
Table 6.5 Summary statistics relating to shelter contexts with rock art marks per catchment (IPG/DB and R/DB).
Table 6.6 Data on number and percentage of the main rock art categories in each catchment (IPG/DB and R/DB).
Table 6.7 Numbers of morphological types and other shelter characteristics (n = 110: R/DB).
Table 6.8 Numbers of locations and visibility characteristics of rock marks (R/DB).
Table 7.1 McCarthy’s Sydney–Hawkesbury shelter art sequence.
Table 7.2 Sefton’s superimposition sequence in the Georges/Woronora and Cataract rivers area.
Table 7.3 Relative chronology for the Mangrove Creek Art Sequence produced by McDonald (1994). Note text in italics denotes changes made by McDonald (2008a).
Table 7.4 Numbers of superimposed relationships per pigment colour and technique (IPG/DB).
Table 7.5 Numbers of marks in superimposed relationships by mark type and pigment colour (R/DB).
Table 7.6 Sequential position of the motifs in superimpositions of three or more (1 = first in sequence, 2 = second, and so on) (R/DB).
Table 7.7 Comparison of recorded superimposition relationships between the Research Database and the IPG Database.
Table 7.8 Temporal sequence of sheltered art based on colour and technique.
Table 8.1 Description of shelters with small intaglio engravings in the Upper Nepean and adjacent environs (IPG/DB).
Table 8.2 Numbers of Phase 2 rock art types (R/DB and IPG/DB).
Table 8.3 Comparison of Phase 2 stencil density with all shelter sites and motif densities (IPG/DB and R/DB).
Table 8.4 Frequency distribution of the micro-topographic location of Phase 2 stencil rock art (R/DB).
Table 8.5 Frequency distribution of the micro-topographic location of Phase 2 graphic rock art (R/DB).
Table 8.6 Locational data for Phase 2 graphics as per figurative referent (R/DB).
Table 8.7 Counts of Phase 2 motif categories based on model/referent per catchment (R/DB and IPG/DB).
Table 8.8 Phase 2 graphic diversity (R/DB).
Table 8.9 Numbers of Phase 3 rock art types (R/DB and IPG/DB).
Table 8.10 Distribution of shelters and stencil counts of Phase 3 white/cream stencils per catchment (R/DB and IPG/DB).
Table 8.11 Frequency distribution of the micro-topographic location of Phase 2 and 3 stencils (R/DB).
Table 8.12 Cross-tabulation of Phase 3 non-graphic gestural marks and location (R/DB).
Table 8.13 Frequency distribution of the micro-topographic location of Phase 2 and 3 graphics (R/DB).
Table 8.14 List of Phase 3 figurative graphics per catchment (R/DB and IPG/DB); new figurative categories italicised.
Table 8.15 Summary of temporal change in the rock art of the Upper Nepean catchment.
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