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" These were coloured red, yellow, and white ; and the eyes were the only features represented on the face. Upon the highest bandage or roller, a series of lines were painted in red, but although so regularly done as to indicate that they have some meaning,... "
Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-west and Western Australia ... - Page 214
by Sir George Grey - 1841 - 412 pages
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The History of Australian Discovery and Colonisation, Part 1

Samuel Bennett - Australia - 1865 - 661 pages
...roller a series of lines were painted in red, so regularly done as evidently to indicate some meaning. " This figure was so drawn on the roof that its feet...in front of the natural seat, whilst its head and fac» stared grimly down on any one within the cavern, but was totally invisible from the outside....
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The Aborigines of Victoria: With Notes Relating to the Habits of the Natives ...

Australia - 1878 - 939 pages
...circular bandages, or rollers, or what appeared to be painted to represent such. These were colored red, yellow, and white ; and the eyes were the only...written characters or some ornament for the head." * At the right hand of the figure there are shown in the drawing, in three perpendicular lines, a number...
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The Aborigines of Victoria: with Notes Relating to the Habits of ..., Volume 1

Aboriginal Australians - 1878 - 483 pages
...circular bandages, or rollers, or what appeared to be painted to represent such. These were colored red, yellow, and white ; and the eyes were the only...written characters or some ornament for the head." * At the right hand of the figure there are shown in the drawing, in three perpendicular lines, a number...
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Proceedings - Royal Geographical Society of Australasia. South ..., Volumes 1-6

Royal Geographical Society of Australasia. South Australian Branch - Australia - 1886
...were a series of lines painted in red, but, although so regularly dune as to indicate that they lud some meaning, it was impossible to tell whether they...feet were just in front of the natural seat whilst ils head and face looked directly down on any one who stood in the entrance of " the cave, but it was...
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The History of Australian Exploration from 1788 to 1888: Compiled from State ...

Ernest Favenc - Australia - 1888 - 474 pages
...painted in red, but although so irregularly done as to indicate that they have some meaning, it is impossible to tell whether they were intended to depict...seat, whilst its head and face looked directly down on anyone who stood in the entrance of the cave, but it was totally invisible from the outside. The painting...
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The Prehistoric Arts, Manufactures, Works, Weapons, Etc., of the Aborigines ...

Thomas Worsnop - Aboriginal Australians - 1897 - 172 pages
...was a series of lines painted in red, but, although so regularly done as to indicate that they had some meaning, it was impossible to tell whether they...seat, whilst its head and face looked directly down upon anyone who stood in the entrance of the cave, but was totally invisible from outside. The painting...
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The Prehistoric Arts, Manufactures, Works, Weapons, Etc., of the Aborigines ...

Ethnology - 1897 - 172 pages
...was a scries of lines painted in red, but, although so regularly done as to indicate that they had some meaning, it •was impossible to tell whether...roof that its feet were just in front of the natural v ::.t. whilst its head and face looked directly down upon anyone who stood in the entrance of the...
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