The Resource Material culture in Kimberley rock art, Australia / David M. Welch

Material culture in Kimberley rock art, Australia / David M. Welch

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Material culture in Kimberley rock art, Australia / David M. Welch
Title
Material culture in Kimberley rock art, Australia / David M. Welch
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Summary
Argues against Walshs claim that the Bradshaw figures have no relation to an Aboriginal cultural tradition by comparing the material culture in the art with Aboriginal ritual paraphenalia; items include - waistbands, arm bands, hair pendants, decorated strings, feathers, wands and dancing sticks, ceremonial poles and totemic effigies, headdress, birdwing attachments, skirts/apronspearlshell, bags and baskets, boomerangs, flywisks, spearthrowers, spears, shields; interprets the Bradshaw figures as representing ceremonial or dance forms
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1955-
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Welch, David
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Walsh, Grahame L.
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Material culture in Kimberley rock art, Australia / David M. Welch
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Note
Bibliography; p. 123
Control code
M0009887
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0805157
Label
Material culture in Kimberley rock art, Australia / David M. Welch
Publication
Note
Bibliography; p. 123
Control code
M0009887
System control number
0805157

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