Aboriginal art symbols and their meanings

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aboriginal art symbols and their meanings

Australian Aboriginal Symbols and Meanings : My Aboriginal Generation Is Cool by Kevin Treloar

My Aboriginal Generation Is Cool

There are so many different Aboriginal symbols and languages, they vary from tribe to tribe. There were roughly 600 tribes and around 500 people in a tribe a population of around 300,000 when Capt. Cook arrived in Australia. To date, the Aboriginal population is over 548,000. It is sad that the population of other races has increased over ten times that of the Aborigines despite its being the oldest race known to mankind, 65,000 years old. I hope that in this book, you see how beautiful and important the Aboriginal history and culture are and how we all can enjoy it.
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Australian Aboriginal Art Symbols and their Meanings

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View Cart Checkout. Aboriginal culture dates back as far as between 60, to 80, years. The first evidence of Aboriginal ethos or philosophy is evident in the still visible rock art which dates back more than 20, years. Ochres were used to paint on rocks. Archaeologists have been able to date remains and findings as far back as 40, to 60, years from discoveries of primal campsites.

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  1. Dominica G. says:

    Life is better with art

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