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Tiwi Motif IV...Tiwi Art - Paintings from the Tiwi Islands

Tiwi Motif IV...Tiwi Art - Paintings from the Tiwi Islands

The Vai syllabary is a syllabic writing system devised for the Vai language by Momolu Duwalu Bukele of Jondu, in what is now Grand Cape Mount County, Liberia

The Vai syllabary is a syllabic writing system devised for the Vai language by Momolu Duwalu Bukele of Jondu, in what is now Grand Cape Mount County, Liberia

Unidentified Flying Object o Unknown Flying Object: L’ENIGMA DEL CAVALLO BIANCO DI UFFINGTON DELL’ETÀ ...

Unidentified Flying Object o Unknown Flying Object: L’ENIGMA DEL CAVALLO BIANCO DI UFFINGTON DELL’ETÀ ...

Aboriginal artefacts on display at the Western Australian Museum, ca. 1913

Aboriginal artefacts on display at the Western Australian Museum, ca. 1913

Aboriginal rock art in Australia. A chance discovery by a hiker has been hailed as one of the most significant finds of Aboriginal rock art in Australia's history - a cave containing more than 200 paintings, some believed to be 4,000 years old. The cave was found by a hiker in 1995 in a remote part of the Wollemi national park, north-west of Sydney. But the site is so inaccessible that researchers were not able to visit it until 2003.

Aboriginal cave paintings date back 4,000 years

Aboriginal rock art in Australia. A chance discovery by a hiker has been hailed as one of the most significant finds of Aboriginal rock art in Australia's history - a cave containing more than 200 paintings, some believed to be 4,000 years old. The cave was found by a hiker in 1995 in a remote part of the Wollemi national park, north-west of Sydney. But the site is so inaccessible that researchers were not able to visit it until 2003.

"In 1926 a British anthropologist specialising in Australian Aboriginal ethnology and ethnography, Professor Alfred Radcliffe-Brown, noted many Aboriginal groups widely distributed across the Australian continent all appeared to share variations of a single (common) myth telling of an unusually powerful, often creative, often dangerous snake or serpent of sometimes enormous size closely associated with the rainbows, rain, rivers, and deep waterholes." (Australian Aboriginal Mythology)

"In 1926 a British anthropologist specialising in Australian Aboriginal ethnology and ethnography, Professor Alfred Radcliffe-Brown, noted many Aboriginal groups widely distributed across the Australian continent all appeared to share variations of a single (common) myth telling of an unusually powerful, often creative, often dangerous snake or serpent of sometimes enormous size closely associated with the rainbows, rain, rivers, and deep waterholes." (Australian Aboriginal Mythology)

June06-294

June06-294

Warlukurlangu Artists - Simon Japangardi Fisher - Warna Jukurrpa (Snake Dreaming) - 585/12

Warlukurlangu Artists - Simon Japangardi Fisher - Warna Jukurrpa (Snake Dreaming) - 585/12

Gabriella Possum

Gabriella Possum

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