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Derek John Mulvaney (26 October 1925 – 21 September 2016), known as John Mulvaney and D.J. Mulvaney, was an Australian archaeologist. He was the first qualified archaeologist to focus his work on Australia.

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by Mulvaney, D. J. (Derek John), 1925-2016
Sydney : University of New South Wales Press, 2011
Sinlapa dangdoem : kankhatlok phapkhian ru phap kaesalak bon hin / Phibun Supphakitwilekhakan
ศิลปะดั้งเดิม : การคัดลอกภาพเขียนหรือภาพแกะสลักบนหิน / พิบูล ศุภกิจวิเลขการ
Uniform title: Australian Archaeology. Thai
by Mulvaney, D. J. (Derek John), 1925-2016
[Bangkok] : Phak Wicha Prawattisat Sinlapa, Mahawitthayalai Sinlapakon, 2521 [1978]
[Bangkok] : ภาควิชาประวัติศาสตร์ศิลปะ, มหาวิทยาลัยศิลปากร, 2521 [1978]
by Mulvaney, D. J. (Derek John), 1925-2016
[Parkville, Vic.] : Friends of the Library, Queen's College, University of Melbourne, 1995
by Mulvaney, D. J. (Derek John), 1925-2016
Ringwood, Vic. ; Harmondsworth, England : Penguin Books, 1975
by Mulvaney, D. J. (Derek John), 1925-2016
Canberra : Dept. of Prehistory, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1990
by Mulvaney, D. J. (Derek John), 1925-2016
Sydney : Sydney University Press for the Australian Academy of the Humanities, 1971
by Mulvaney, D. J. (Derek John), 1925-2016
South Melbourne : Macmillan in association with the Dept. of Aboriginal Affairs, 1988
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