Rock art researcher Grahame Walsh may have got it wrong

One of Australia’s most controversial rock art researchers, Grahame Walsh, was wrong when he insisted that the extraordinary epochs of Kimberley rock art were unconnected and probably made by long-since disappeared Aboriginal peoples.

The Australian 25 September 2017

 

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