The Resource Aboriginal stone arrangements in Australia

Aboriginal stone arrangements in Australia

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Aboriginal stone arrangements in Australia
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Aboriginal stone arrangements in Australia
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Classified as (1) Fish traps - types found at Port Stephens, Boulia, Brewarrina, Mount Dutton Bay, Lake Condah, coastal regions of north Australia and Queensland; (2) Monoliths - north west Australia meanings given to them by Worora, Ungarinyin, Kantyu tribes and MacDonnell Ranges; (3) Heaps and cairns - meanings and functions given for Worora, Yantruwunta, Kantyu, brief survey of types seen at Olary, South Australia, Dalhousie, Central Australia, Broken Hill, Flinders Ranges; (4) Circles - New South Wales, Victoria, Peel River (Ucumble tribe), Mudgee; (5) Elaborate arrangements; Finke River, Kimberleys (Ungarinyin), Moana, South Australia and Tattiara, Victoria
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1905-1997
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McCarthy, Frederick D.
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Aboriginal stone arrangements in Australia
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M0047088
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0067611
Label
Aboriginal stone arrangements in Australia
Publication
Control code
M0047088
System control number
0067611

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