Baja cave paintings

A pictograph also known as pictogram is a symbol of the pictorial graphic system. It is a prehistoric drawing on ancient rocks and is essentially a picture of the objects they signify while an ideogram is a symbol that represents a concept or idea.

[Oldies] Australian Aborigines

Aboriginal women washing their hair with sand at Arnhem land in the Northern Territory of Australia. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images).

[Oldies] Australian Aborigines

An Aborigine shelters under a woven mat, circa (Photo by Richard Harrington/Three Lions/Getty Images)

[Oldies] Australian Aborigines

Two Australian Aborigines holding boomerangs, circa (Photo by Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

[Oldies] Australian Aborigines

“Australian Aborigines are those people regarded as indigenous to the Australian continent. In the High Court of Australia, Australian Aborigines have been specifically identified as a group of people who share, in common, biological ancestry back.

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Study 44 Art history midterm 1 flashcards from Alexis B.

[Oldies] Australian Aborigines

A young Aborigine drinks gravy from the hollowed-out shell of a turtle in the Northern Territory of Australia, circa (Photo by Three Lions/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Kimberly rock art

Gwion Rock Art Site -- Kimberley, Perth, Western Australia -- Researchers believe this art may date back years.

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Wandjina and Gwion Gwion / Bradshaws Aboriginal rock art is a must see and included in our Kimberley Tours from Broome or Darwin some with options to include Mitchell Falls and Bungle Bungles, El Questro and Lake Argyle

[Oldies] Australian Aborigines

An Aboriginal family seated in the car used by the Australian explorer, Francis Birtles, to travel from Darwin to Adelaide. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images).

[Oldies] Australian Aborigines

A young Aborigine spears a fish while his friends hunt for turtles in the Northern Territory of Australia, circa (Photo by Three Lions/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

[Oldies] Australian Aborigines

Aboriginal Australians at a spear-throwing contest in Arnhem Land, in the Northern Territory. Woomeras (Like an atalatl)are used in order to throw the spears more effectively. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images).

[Oldies] Australian Aborigines

An Australian Aborigine painting the torso of a young boy, using their traditional red and yellow ochre, white pipeclay and charcoal derived paints and sticks for application. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images).

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