Scientist debunks nomadic Aborigine ‘myth’
Before white settlers arrived, Australia’s indigenous peoples lived in houses and villages, and used surprisingly sophisticated architecture and design methods to build their shelters, new research has found.
- Barbara McMahon, Sydney
Dwellings were constructed in various styles, depending on the climate. Most common were dome-like structures made of cane reeds with roofs…
Source: Scientist debunks nomadic Aborigine ‘myth’ | World news | The Guardian