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We dated a sacred Aboriginal women’s site used for birthing ceremonies and discovered 7,000 years of tool making

By Irina Ponomareva, Adjunct Research Fellow in Griffith Center for Social and Cultural Research (GCSCR), Griffith University
Colin McLennan, Jangga Elder, Indigenous Knowledge
Marie Wallace, Jangga Elder, Indigenous Knowledge
Our research at the site – which was traditionally restricted to women – has also uncovered tools previously only associated with male crafters.The Conversation

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