Spirit of Arnhem Land: Aboriginal Australians


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In the far north of Australia, the oldest continent on Earth, lies the region that is home to one of the world’s longest surviving cultures: Arnhem Land. The people, who have lived here for over 50,000 years, are members of more than 100 Aboriginal clans that comprise more than 60 language groups.

This photographic essay of Arnhem Land; traces history with writings and/or interviews by George Chaloupka, Penny Tweedie and Dorothy Bennett, Gatjil Djekerrkura, David Malangi; photos cover daily life, culture and customs of Yolgnu under the themes land, water and spirit; several Arnhem land artists represented.


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Weight 1.6 kg
Dimensions 31 × 27 × 2.5 cm
Book Condition

Second Hand


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Penny Tweedie