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Posted: Dec 15 2006, 03:52 PM
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Pre-European Australia had a number of migrating groups come across it.

Those regarded as the earliest were a negroid people who were pushed further southwards (presumably by later migrations) until they occupied Tasmania and Islands between Tasmania and the Oz mainland.

At least two other migrations from Southern India/Sri Lanka/Burma/Malaya occurred, one of which brought the SE Asian dog with them which has evolved into the Australian Dingo. There is evidence of two migrations co-existing at Lake Mungo in New South Wales. Presumably either one migrating group was killed off or merged with the other.

I see no problem with people from Indonesia migrating to Australia at some time because they are the closest people and they are known for fishing the coast of Australia using indigenous vessels. When Europeans explored the north of Australia they found Indonesian vessels fishing the coast and camping on the shores but not making permanent settlements. Why no permanent settlements when the Indonesian islands were so densely populated? Maybe they had an oral history of settlements in the area being attacked. Perhaps the Bradshaws are paintings from Indonesian settlers who were either wiped out or assimilated.

The culture of the Australian aboriginals is not as homogerous as many people think. While there is a overview of similarity there are major differences especially between the north and centre/south. The music of the north is distinctly polynesian in flavour while that of the south and centre is less harmonious. North Australian Aboriginals sometimes sport elaborate headdresses for religious or community ceremonies while that of the south and centre is less elaborate. The reduction in complexity in both dress and music is probably due to the lower amount of leisure time available to the aborigines of the south and centre because of harsher survival conditions. As the aborigines of Australia displayed almost no "progress" for all their millenia of occupation, I think that they would have brought the headdress technology with them and we should perhaps look for elaborate headdresses in SE Asia to give the clue as to the people who painted the "Bradshaws".

There are other people to investigate in connection with the Australian aborigines. These are the Ainu of Northern Japan. Genetically they are similar to the later migrations to Australia and have remnants of a similar culture. They have been driven into the less desirable regions of Japan by later Oriental migrations and so much of what culture and art they brought with them has been lost. A closer study of the Ainu could yield clues.




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Posted: Dec 15 2006, 06:58 PM
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Thanks uggliozzi...great post

I'm looking at the NZ/Celtic data...but a lot of it seems highly speculative
I remember seeing something about about skeletal remains of Celts with red hair,
but that may have been anecdotal...

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