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Are tulas and enso linked in Australia?

Veth, Peter; Hiscock, Peter; Williams, Alan


The distinctive tool called 'tula' is an endemic adaptation, which was adopted by Aboriginal people across central and western Australia, encompassing some two-thirds of the continent. The tula is a hafted tool used for working hardwoods as well as other

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Date published: 2011
Type: Journal article
Source: Australian Archaeology


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