'They were here as recently as 150 years ago. They spoke about the main players in their celestial domain and pointed them out in the night sky. Today they are gone adn the reconstruction of their cosmology, geography and anthropology, as well as patient, long-term naked eye observation. It has been an exciting and stimulating task to gradually unfold these stories of the Australian Aboriginal clan who were regarded by neighbouring clans as the best astronomers in the region.'
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A chapter from 'Astronomy and cosmology in folk traditions and cultural heritage' from the series "Archaeologia Baltica". Contents page included