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  1. The Quinkan Web Catalogue– a cultural activity Noelene Cole & Liddy NevileMelbourne IT, Australia http://www.australianrockart.com WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

  2. The Quinkan People The Agayrra-Timara and Wulburjubur-Bama peoples of the Quinkan region of Cape York Peninsula work with the Ang-gnarra Aboriginal Corporation as Trustee to manage their cultural heritage. Now they want to bring it to the world via the Internet WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

  3. Two Quinkan Elders Mr George Musgrave Mr Tommy George WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

  4. Percy Tresize with a rock art chart WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

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  6. The Quinkan Reserves The Reserves contain one of the largest and most spectacular collections of rock art, located around Laura, 290 km from the nearest large city, on Cape York Peninsula, Far North Queensland. WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

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  8. The Laura River WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

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  13. Resource types • The rock art sites and paintings • The Percy Tresize collection • The Elders • The Interpretive Centre • University research projects • Carbon dating data • Photographs, videos, audio tapes • Charts and maps ….. WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

  14. This is our place, our country, the country of our ancestors. The spirits of the ancestors live here, in the rocks, those sandstone escarpments. Our ancestors made that art you see on the rocks.The Quinkans do their work at night. The good ones and those bad ones. The pictures and the paintings of the past are our link with the present This is our country, the place of our ancestorsYou have to know that way to understand the Aboriginal way. The land gives us what we need: food, shelter, tradition, law, dance. They were put there in the dreaming. That way we live. All things work together: the land, the law, the culture, the heritage. That way things work. WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

  15. This is at the Quinkan Gallery. WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

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  17. Paintings at Mushroom Rock - a very ancient place WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

  18. Silhouette woman on ceiling - dark red WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

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  20. You can see two different styles in the pictures on these pages WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

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  22. Woman front on with hands and feet in plan view WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

  23. Bird in profile with hand stencil for contrast WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

  24. Rayed head-dress with outline Rayed head-dress Head showing eyes and stretched ears Head showing eyes and nose WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000

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  30. http://www.australianrockart.com WWW9 – Amsterdam 2000