The Riches of Ancient Australia: An Indispensable Guide for Exploring Prehistoric Australia
Josephine Flood, an authority on Aboriginal heritage sites, conducts a fascinating region by region tour into the distant past. This invaluable, revised edition features current information on site access and is illustrated by many maps, line drawings and photographs. An indispensable and wide-ranging guide, it explores the cultural and natural marvels of Australia's prehistoric environment.
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Introduction to Australian Rock Art
The Murchison and Cue Regions
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Aboriginal culture Aboriginal sites animals archaeological Arnhem Land axe grinding grooves bone boomerangs bora ground bora ring camping campsites Carnarvon National Park Cave centimetres centre ceremonial charcoal cliff coast contains crater Creek east excavated fish traps flakes fossil gallery Gorge granite hand stencils Heritage Hill human figures ice age Island Kakadu National Park kangaroo kilometres south kilometres south-west kilometres west Kutikina Lake land layers limestone macropod metres metres high metres long middens million years ago motifs Mount Mungo Namadgi National Park north-east north-west occupational deposit Parks and Wildlife pigment Plate Pleistocene prehistoric quarry Queensland Range red ochre region River Road rock art rock art sites rock engravings rock paintings rockshelter sandstone scarred trees shell middens shelter South Wales south-east spears stone arrangements stone tools stromatolites Tasmania Tasmanian Aboriginal traditional trail Uluru Valley Victoria visitors walking track walls Western Australia Wildlife Service