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    These links have photos of Aboriginal rock art at the sites in Kakadu National Park.
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Aboriginal rock art of Namarrgon the Lightning Man, Anbangbang Gallery, at Burrunggui (Nourlangie Rock), Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Aust…
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The art sites of Ubirr, Burrunguy (Nourlangie Rock) and Nanguluwur are internationally recognized as outstanding examples of Aboriginal rock art.
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    Kakadu National Park is located in the Territory of Australia. Impressive Aboriginal rock art can be seen at the sites of Nanguluwur, Ubirr, and Burrunguy (Nourlangie Rock).
    The Nanguluwar site has a number of different rock art styles. Various images are depicted, one of which is Alkajko, a four-armed female spirit with horn-like protuberances. Others include dynamic figures wearing large headdresses and carrying boomerangs and spears.
    A variety of animals are portrayed at the Ubirr site, which is situated at the edge of the Nadab floodplain. Examples are the goanna, catfish, thylacine, mullet, barramundi, wallaby, snake-nosed turtle, pig-nosed turtle, and Rock-Haunting Ringtail Possum.
    The Anbangbang gallery at Nourlangie Rock features depictions of Mimis. Many stories have been told about these creatures. They are said to have taught the Aborigines various skills, such as hunting and how to use fire. According to some legends, the Mimis did the first rock paintings and instructed the Aborigines in the techniques of painting. The reference for this information is this publication:
http://autralianmuseum.net.au/ Australian Museum – Spirituality
    This publication is a reference:
Rhys Jones and J. Allen. Archaeological Research in Kakadu National Park. [Canberra, A.C.T.]: Australian National Park and Wildlife Service, 1985.
    Neal Robbins









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