The Resource Marks on and of land: : the relationship of rock and bark painting to peoples, places and the ancestral past, Paul S.C. Taçon

Marks on and of land: : the relationship of rock and bark painting to peoples, places and the ancestral past, Paul S.C. Taçon

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Marks on and of land: : the relationship of rock and bark painting to peoples, places and the ancestral past
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Marks on and of land:
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the relationship of rock and bark painting to peoples, places and the ancestral past
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Paul S.C. Taçon
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Language
eng
Summary
Discussion of various earlier rock art paintings, including dynamic figures, Mimi, rainbow serpents, yam figures, human figures and fish; includes discussion of early bark paintings and how bark painting has developed and changed; importance of ochre from earliest times onwards
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1958-
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Tacon, Paul S. C.
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non fiction
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Marks on and of land: : the relationship of rock and bark painting to peoples, places and the ancestral past, Paul S.C. Taçon
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Marks on and of land: : the relationship of rock and bark painting to peoples, places and the ancestral past, Paul S.C. Taçon
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