Search on Warramiri-Golpa clan’s Wessel Island for clues on ancient coins discovers rare rock art instead
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An expedition to a remote Northern Territory island in search of clues for ancient coins has discovered rare Indigenous rock art that could depict the first seafarers to reach Australian shores.
The art work shows vessels which could pre-date the arrival of Dutch explorers in the 17th century.
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