The Rainbow Serpent
The myths of the Rainbow Serpent have been handed down for thousands of years, through many generations. In this book, Charles Hully weaves together many different versions of this myth into an accessible narrative, drawing on the rock art and oral traditions of the Aboriginal people.
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The Rainbow Serpent of Mount Borradaile
Yingarna and the Blue Winged Kookaburra
NabiriDowda the Wild Honey Man
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Aboriginal Australia Ainslie Roberts All-Mother Almudj Andreas Lommel Arafura Sea Arnhem Land art and oral began blue-winged kookaburra body boys camp Catherine Berndt cave Central Australia ceremonies Charles P Mountford Christopher Chippindale chromatic piece clouds colours Creation period creatures Creek dance described dilly bags doctor dream Dreamtime earth eggs fire George Chaloupka giant goanna Gulinj Gurangatch huge inhabit inner island journey Kenneth Maddock Kimberley landscape lightning lived magical Mangurlgan mighty Mircea Eliade Mirragan Mount Borradaile Murinbungo Murngin Myths of Australia Nabiri-dowda Ngalmin Ngarinyin north-west monsoon pipefish pool python rain Rainbow Serpent Rainbow Serpent Myths Rainbow Snake river rock art rock painting Ronald and Catherine sacred Serpent in Arnhem shape spear spirit children swallowed thylacines Tiwi totem transformed tree tribe Tumbi Uluru Unambal Ungud Wanambi Wandjina water sirens waterhole Wawilak Sisters western Arnhem Land Wollunqua woman Wuriupranili yams Yingarna Yorro Yorro Yurlunggur