Maxime Aubert's research while affiliated with Griffith University and other places

Publications (3)

Correction to: Chapter 6 in: E. Ch’ng et al. (eds.), Visual Heritage: Digital Approaches in Heritage Science, Springer Series on Cultural Computing,
Recent archaeological excavations at Liang Jon, a limestone rockshelter in the East Kalimantan province of Indonesian Borneo, have revealed a cultural sequence covering the period from around 16,700 calibrated radiocarbon years before present (16.7 kyr cal BP) until the late Holocene—a time of dynamic environmental, social, and economic change thro...
The burial mound of Le Tumulus des Sables, southwest France, contains archaeological artefacts spanning from the Neolithic to the Iron Age. Human remains have been found throughout the burial mound, however their highly fragmented state complicates the association between the burial mound structure and the archaeological material. Radiocarbon datin...