The Resource Living archaeology : The Ngatatjara of Western Australia

Living archaeology : The Ngatatjara of Western Australia

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Living archaeology : The Ngatatjara of Western Australia
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Living archaeology : The Ngatatjara of Western Australia
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Field work, 1966-1967, Laverton, Warburton Ranges; Previous studies, 98 sites surveyed; people & ecology of Western Desert, seasonal extremes; Domestic life - Tika-tika campsite - foods, site divided into two; camp arrangements, making of shelters, surface collection made, details given; Mularpayi site - rock paintings denote hunting magic; Wanampi well - shelters, ovens, method of cooking, details of artifacts collected, appearance of metal tools; Partzar area - regular campsite, grinding stone & wild tobacco found; Sacred life & ceremony; Matura increase ceremony; re-opening of subincised wounds & sprinkling of blood on rocks at Pukara increase ceremony; Rock paintings found at 18 sites; Rock engravings located Wintjara & Tjampinku; Reported engraving at Tukuluga Rockhole, N.T. (R. Edwards)
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Gould, Richard A.
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Edwards, R
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Living archaeology : The Ngatatjara of Western Australia
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Typescript
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M0042791
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39p.
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  • Open access - reading
  • Closed copying & quotation Principal and/or Depositor's permission
  • Not for Inter-Library Loan
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0051069
Label
Living archaeology : The Ngatatjara of Western Australia
Publication
Note
Typescript
Control code
M0042791
Extent
39p.
Governing access note
  • Open access - reading
  • Closed copying & quotation Principal and/or Depositor's permission
  • Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0051069

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