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Light and shade: how the natural 'glazes' on the walls of Kimberley rock shelters help reveal the world the artists lived in

By Helen Green, Research Fellow, The University of Melbourne
Damien Finch, Research fellow, The University of Melbourne
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Indigenous artists have been engraving rock shelters for millennia - long before the Kimberley’s celebrated rock art paintings. Now the rocks’ natural coatings are yielding clues to the engravings’ creation.


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