The Resource Kunturu, an Aboriginal sacred site on Lake Moore, Western Australia

Kunturu, an Aboriginal sacred site on Lake Moore, Western Australia

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Kunturu, an Aboriginal sacred site on Lake Moore, Western Australia
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Kunturu, an Aboriginal sacred site on Lake Moore, Western Australia
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Summary
Historical notes, ecology and geography of the area; details of serpentine rock alignment, mythological belief of the totemic water snake (Pimara); subsidiary rock alignments and the rockslab shelter, possibly serving as a game trap, camp sites, chipped stone tools - adze flakes, probable spokeshaves, cores
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Gould, Richard A.
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Gould, E. B
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Kunturu, an Aboriginal sacred site on Lake Moore, Western Australia
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M0042790
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1 volume
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Held in Men's Cupboard
System control number
0051068
Terms governing use
Contains gender restricted material
Label
Kunturu, an Aboriginal sacred site on Lake Moore, Western Australia
Publication
Control code
M0042790
Extent
1 volume
Governing access note
Held in Men's Cupboard
System control number
0051068
Terms governing use
Contains gender restricted material

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    • Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)Borrow it
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