Dreamtime superhighway : an analysis of Sydney basin rock art and prehistoric information exchange
The research examines prehistoric rock art which occurs in the Sydney region in coastal south-eastern Australia. The rock art is located in two distinct contexts provided by the sandstone bedrock which defines this region. Engravings, or petroglyph, sites occur in open locations. In rockshelter locations the art consists of drawings, stencils, paintings and engravings. The principal aim of this thesis is to define a model for cultural interaction which can describe a prehistoric art system....[Show more]
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