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Aboriginal artefacts found by archaeologists off .

Hundreds of stone tools including grinding stones were discovered in the Dampier Archipelago off the Pilbara coast by a team of Australian and British archaeologists, partnered with the Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation. In the video above: The latest news headlines. Flinders University associate professor Jonathan Benjamin said more than 30 per cent of Australia's massive land mass was ...

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Australian dig finds evidence of Aboriginal .

19.07.2017 · The new research upends decades-old estimates about the human colonisation of the continent, their interaction with megafauna, and the dispersal of .

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Fact sheet: Aboriginal axe-grinding groovesPrzetłumacz tę stronę

Aboriginal people used axe-grinding grooves to finish partly made axes (known as 'axe blanks') or sharpen axes that were worn or chipped. Axe blanks are pieces of stone that Aboriginal people chipped into a basic axe shape at stone quarries and sharpened by rubbing the edges over sandstone.

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Aboriginal Landcare – SACTCG

Aboriginal grinding grooves at Theodore. The Theodore Aboriginal artefact grinding grooves demonstrate an important aspect of past Aboriginal lifestyles and technologies. The site has exposed sandstone rock with grooves and scattered stone artefacts. There are two shapes of grooves here at Theodore. The round grooves were used for food ...

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Aboriginal Grinding Grooves 10,000+ years old. .Przetłumacz tę stronę

Sep 21, 2014 - Aboriginal Grinding Grooves 10,000+ years old. Terramungah Reserve, Dubbo, NSW, Australia

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Food Culture: Aboriginal Bread - The Australian .Przetłumacz tę stronę

A number of grinding-stone quarries are known from the north of South Australia and Central Australia, some only recently studied in a systematic manner. M A Smith, I McBryde and J Ross. 2010. The economics of grindstone production at Narcoonowie quarry, Strzelecki Desert. Australian Aboriginal Studies 2010/1: 92-99.

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KENNEDY HILL, ONE MILE COMMUNITY, A... - Aboriginal News ...

KENNEDY HILL, ONE MILE COMMUNITY, A COUPLE OF THE HUNDREDS OF APARTHEID CORRALS 22/09/14: The pristine Kimberley's tourist mecca Broome is a sorry tale of 'two cities' – one of rampant affluence...

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Renewed scrutiny over decision not to protect .Przetłumacz tę stronę

The Gomeroi people consider the grinding grooves as significant as a war memorial.(Supplied: Tim Owen)Labor senator Pat Dodson said it is imperative that the destruction of Aboriginal sites is ...

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Mining firm halts plan to disturb Aboriginal sites - .Przetłumacz tę stronę

11.06.2020 · Miners desecrated Aboriginal site It is not clear how the delay will affect the development of the AUD$3.6bn (USD$2.5bn; £2bn) South Flank mine, which is near the town of Newman.

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Damper Seed - Aboriginal Art Stories - Japingka .Przetłumacz tę stronę

By: David Wroth, Japingka Gallery, Updated July 2019. Damper, also known as bush bread or seedcake, is a European term that refers to the bread made by Australian Aborigines for many thousands of years by crushing a variety of native seeds, and sometimes nuts and roots, into a dough and then baking the dough in the coals of a fire.

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In a first, archaeologists discover ancient .

02.07.2020 · Archaeologists have discovered Australia's first-ever ancient Aboriginal site settled on the sea bed for thousands of years, thus opening a new door to the discovery of ancient settlements underwater since the last ice age. Hidden artefacts including hundreds of ancient stone tools and grinding ...

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02.07.2020 · Divers from Flinders University plunge into the water on the Pilbara Coast to retrieve the aboriginal objects from what was once dry land, at a depth of between 2.4 metres and 11 metres (8-36 feet).

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Renewed scrutiny over decision not to protect .Przetłumacz tę stronę

The Gomeroi people consider the grinding grooves as significant as a war memorial.(Supplied: Tim Owen)Labor senator Pat Dodson said it is imperative that the destruction of Aboriginal sites is ...

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Aboriginal CulturePrzetłumacz tę stronę

Upper and lower grinding stones made from basalt, used to grind vegetable, nut and seed foods. Cedar Creek, north Queensland, circa 1912. In this region, grindstones about 60cm long and 30 cm wide were kept in every hut. When people moved camp, they left behind the .

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Fact sheet: Aboriginal grinding stonesPrzetłumacz tę stronę

Aboriginal grinding stone Why are Aboriginal grinding stones important? Grinding stones were developed in south east Australia during the last Ice Age, about 15,000 years ago. Conditions were much drier then, and grinding stones allowed people to live in areas where food was limited.

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Identifying Aboriginal Sites - Aboriginal HeritagePrzetłumacz tę stronę

Seed Grinding Patches. Seed grinding patches are areas of rock worn smooth by Aboriginal women grinding seeds. The women removed the husks, then placed the seeds (eg. acacia, grass, kurrajong and wattle) between a large flat rock and a smaller round rock. The seeds were then ground into flour, which was mixed with water to form a dough.

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Fact sheet: Aboriginal ground-edge axesPrzetłumacz tę stronę

Fact sheet: Aboriginal ground-edge axes. Aboriginal ground-edge axes are stone chopping tools with cutting edges that were formed by grinding. Find out how to spot and protect them.

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Mining firm apologises for destruction of 46,000 .Przetłumacz tę stronę

The mining giant was first granted approval for work at the Brockman 4 iron ore project in 2013, but archaeological excavation in 2014 recovered around 7,000 ancient artefacts including grinding ...

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Aboriginal artifacts reveal first ancient underwater ...Przetłumacz tę stronę

01.07.2020 · The first underwater Aboriginal archeological sites have been discovered off northwest Australia dating back thousands of years ago when the current seabed was .

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Time to protect Aboriginal heritage in NSW? – .

The event has triggered a wave of condemnation from around the world has led to BHP committing to re-engaging with Aboriginal groups over its planned destruction of up to 40 sites in a remote Pilbra region. Ancient, sacred grinding grooves within the proposed Shenhua Watermark coal mine site. Photo shot and published with permission by the Tree Faerie. Indigenous sacred sites for all ...

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