Bunjil's Cave: Myths, Legends and Superstitions of the Aborigines of South-east Australia
Secular myths of Murray River, Wotjobaluk, Kulin, Yaitma-thang, Kurnai and Mara nations; Beliefs, fears and superstitions, mythical beings, cosmography, medicine men, rainmakers, meteorology, omens and warnings.
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Myths of the Wotjobaluk
Myths of the Mara
Myths of the Kulin
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