MUD WASP NESTS TO DATE ANCIENT ABORIGINAL KIMBERLEY ROCK ART

Community & Indigenous radio interview with Damien Finch, PhD student from the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne and Ian Waina, Kwini man from Kalumburu community The Wire   TO Ian Waina The Kimberley region in Western Australia is a vast gallery of ancient Aboriginal rock art, containing tens of thousands of rock

Gwion paintings in the Kimberley were created around 12,000 years ago, wasp nests suggest

Enigmatic human figures with elaborate headdresses, arm and waist decorations adorn rock shelters in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. This style of art, known as Gwion, Kiro Kiro or Kujon, was painted by the ancestors of today’s traditional owners around 12,000 years ago, a new study suggests. The Gwion Gwion paintings were created by

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