The Resource 'Bradshaw' art - : an interesting whodunit, or a matter of national importance? : a conspiritorial cover-up or state of collective denial?, By Christopher Brown

'Bradshaw' art - : an interesting whodunit, or a matter of national importance? : a conspiritorial cover-up or state of collective denial?, By Christopher Brown

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'Bradshaw' art - : an interesting whodunit, or a matter of national importance? : a conspiritorial cover-up or state of collective denial?
Title
'Bradshaw' art -
Title remainder
an interesting whodunit, or a matter of national importance? : a conspiritorial cover-up or state of collective denial?
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By Christopher Brown
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Language
eng
Summary
Commentary on the meaning of the use of the terms Bradshaw and Gwion to refer to early Kimberley rock art; political, historical and national significance of the use of nomenclature considered; argues for the use of Gwion as the appropriate term
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non fiction
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'Bradshaw' art - : an interesting whodunit, or a matter of national importance? : a conspiritorial cover-up or state of collective denial?, By Christopher Brown
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Publication
Extent
p. 100-103
Label
'Bradshaw' art - : an interesting whodunit, or a matter of national importance? : a conspiritorial cover-up or state of collective denial?, By Christopher Brown
Publication
Extent
p. 100-103

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