95 Paperback Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute special issue book series; 4 BD450 This volume arises out of workshops bringing together anthropologists studying issues of skill-learning initially titled The Transmission of knowledge.
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JRAI stands for Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (UK)
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The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (Incorporating Man) 5 (4): 595-610.
W J Sollas,Professor of Geology at the University of Oxford and who was to identify the "Red Lady" as a male, later wrote in his Huxley Memorial Lecture of 1913 "Paviland Cave: an Aurignacian station in Wales" (The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (July -Dec1913 pp325-374) that the cave, Goat's Hole, was first excavated by Mr LW Dillwyn and Miss Talbot of Penrice Castle in Gower whose finds were subsequently transferred to Swansea Museum.