Ronald Lamilami is a senior Maung language traditional owner of part of Arnhem Land’s Wellington Range, NT, Australia. Djulirri is the most significant rock art site within his clan estate. The site contains over 3000 rock paintings, stencils and figures made of beeswax.
Djulirri’s rock art is an impressive archive of history, experience and belief that also documents some of the changing forms of contact with Asians and Europeans in recent times.
Ronald and his archaeological colleagues explore Djulirri’s incredible rock art through a cross-cultural journey across time and space.
(Copyright © 2011 – Paul Taçon, PERAHU, Griffith University)
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