Journey in Time: The World's Longest Continuing Art Tradition : the 50,000-year Story of the Australian Aboriginal Rock Art of Arnhem Land
This is the 50,000-year story of the Australian Aboriginal rock art of Arnhem Land. Aboriginal rock art, as practised in Arnhem Land, is the world's longest continuing art tradition. It is a tradition that is not merely decorative, but provides a journey in time - a pictoral record of the longest surviving culture on earth.
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Soils, Stones and Symbols: Cultural Perceptions of the Mineral World
Mary Ann Owoc
Limited preview - 2004