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Notes on Australian shields, more particularly the Drunmung / by R. Etheridge
Bib ID 1612487
Format BookBook
Author
Etheridge, R. (Robert), 1846-1920
 
Description [London : Anthropological Institute, 1896] 
p. [153]-160, [2] leaves of plates : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Summary

Three types of Drunmung described - Western Victoria, Murray River towards its source, east central N.S.W.; Other shields described from Cooktown, Port Darwin, Central Queensland , Clermont Stn., Qld; Notes on incised ornamentation.

Notes

"Reprinted from the Journal of the Anthropological Institute, November, 1896"--p. 160.

Subjects Shields -- Australia.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Armor.  |  Weapons - Shields.  |  Northeast Queensland (NE Qld SE55)  |  Clermont (E Qld SF55-11)  |  River Murray (SW NSW, N Vic, SE SA SI54, SI55)  |  Cooktown (Qld SE Cape York SD55-13)  |  Darwin River (NT Top End SD52-04)  |  Western Victoria (W Vic)  |  Southwest New South Wales (SW NSW SI54, SI55)
Other authors/contributors Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland

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