The Resource A rock painting, possibly of the now extinct marsupial Thylacoleo (marsupial lion), from the north Kimberley, Western Australia, Kim Akerman

A rock painting, possibly of the now extinct marsupial Thylacoleo (marsupial lion), from the north Kimberley, Western Australia, Kim Akerman

Label
A rock painting, possibly of the now extinct marsupial Thylacoleo (marsupial lion), from the north Kimberley, Western Australia
Title
A rock painting, possibly of the now extinct marsupial Thylacoleo (marsupial lion), from the north Kimberley, Western Australia
Statement of responsibility
Kim Akerman
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Evidence for the identification of a quadruped rock art image from the King George River region, Kimberley, WA as a Thylacoleo presented; description of naturalistic infill style and comparison with Bradshaw and Wandjina styles; rock art chronology; Thylacoleo morphology and representation
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1947-
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Akerman, Kim
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
A rock painting, possibly of the now extinct marsupial Thylacoleo (marsupial lion), from the north Kimberley, Western Australia, Kim Akerman
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.121
Extent
p.117-121
Label
A rock painting, possibly of the now extinct marsupial Thylacoleo (marsupial lion), from the north Kimberley, Western Australia, Kim Akerman
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.121
Extent
p.117-121

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