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An occurrence of appliqué in Wardaman rock art2019 Rock art research 36 (1): 110-13
  • D.M. Lee
  • L.C. Douglas
  • R.G. Gunn
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426
Beeswax rock art from Limmen National Part (Northern Territory), northern Australia: new insights into technique-based patterning and absence in the rock art record2019 Australian archaeology 85 (1): 126-38
  • Daryl Wesley
  • John J. Bradley
  • Liam M. Brady
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417
Hafting with beeswax in the final palaeolithic: a barbed point from Bergkamen2017 Antiquity 91 (359): 1155-70
  • Frank Mucha
  • Michael Baales
  • Susanne Birker
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Dating beeswax pictograms from Gode Roriso in Ethiopia2014 Journal of archaeological science 49: 206-12
  • George H. Nash
  • Hugo Gomes
  • Pierluigi Rosina
  • Tadele Solomon
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Identification of pigments used in rock art paintings in Gode Roriso-Ethiopia using micro-Raman spectroscopy2013 Journal of archaeological science 40 (11): 4073-82
  • Carmela Vaccaro
  • Hugo Gomes
  • Parviz Holakooei
  • Pierluigi Rosina
  • Tadele Solomon
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Beeswax preserved in a late chalcolithic bevelled-rim bowl from the Tehran plain, Iran2012 Iran 50: 13-25
  • A. Mayyas
  • B. Stern
  • G. Gilmore
  • H. Fazeli Nashli
  • R. Coningham
H6/KWJ [IRAN-]0578-6967
AMS radiocarbon ages for beeswax and charcoal pigments in north Kimberley rock art2010 Rock art research 27 (1): 3-8
  • A.L. Watchman
  • G.L. Walsh
  • M.J. Morwood
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426
The contents of unusual cone-shaped vessels (cornets) from the Chalcolithic of the southern Levant2009 Journal of archaeological science 36 (3): 629-36
  • Dvory Namdar
  • Ronny Neumann
  • Steve Weiner
  • Yuval Goren
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Woodland commodities, global trade, and local struggles: the beeswax trade in British Tanzania2009 Journal of Eastern African studies 3 (2): 259-74
  • Michael W. Tuck
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1055
A singular beeswax representation of Namarrkon, the Lightining Man, from western Arnhem Land2008 Australian Aboriginal studies (2): 54-69
  • R.G. Gunn
  • R.L. Whear
H6/KX [AUSTRALIAN-]0729-4352
The beeswax rock art of the Northern Territory: direct dating results and a 'book of record'2004 Rock art research 21 (2): 155-60
  • Christopher Chippindale
  • Erle Nelson
  • George Chaloupka
  • Paul S. C. Taçon
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426in section 'Papers from Simposium J, Third AURA Congress, Alice Springs, 2000'; with introduction by A Watchman, 127-8
New chemical evidence for the use of combed ware pottery vessels as beehives in Ancient Greece2003 Journal of archaeological science 30 (1): 1-12
  • Richard P. Evershed
  • Stephanie N. Dudd
  • Virginia R. Anderson-Stojanovic
0305-4403
An independent confirmation of the 4ka antiquity of a beeswax figure in western Arnhem Land, northern Australia2002 Archaeometry 44 (1): 145-53
  • A. L. Watchman
  • R. Jones
0003-813X
Chemical alteration and use of beeswax through time: accelerated ageing tests and analysis of archaeological samples from various environmental contexts2001 Archaeometry 43 (4): 549-69
  • L. Degrand
  • M. Regert
  • O. Decavallas
  • S. Colinart
0003-813X
The transformation of the seed: ritual offerings and trade among the Uwa of Colombia2001 Journal of Latin American lore 21 (1): 109-42
  • Ana Maria Falchetti
0360-1927
The taphonomy of beeswax figures2001 Rock art research 18 (2): 91-5
  • Robert G. Bednarik
0813-0426French, German and Spanish summaries