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Friday essay: how our new archaeological research investigates Dark Emu's idea of Aboriginal 'agriculture' and villages

By Michael Westaway, Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Archaeology, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland
Joshua Gorringe, General Manager Mithaka Aboriginal Corporation, Indigenous Knowledge
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We have found 140 quarry sites, where rock was excavated to make seed grinding stones, in the Channel Country of Central Australia. It's part of a major project testing Bruce Pascoe's hypothesis.

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