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Understorey: Seven Sisters Songline

Wednesday 30th January / posted by Under Storey

The National Museum of Australia exhibition called ‘Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters” paid tribute to the ancient stories spanning a vast territory from Australia’s west through its centre, to the east coast.  This story is remarkably similar to others told around our globe, all inspired by the Pleiades constellation.  Understorey interviewer Adrian Glamorgan speaks with Dr Margot Neale, senior curator and principal advisor to the director of the National Museum of Australia on indigenous matters, and an adjunct professor at the Australian National University, about this landmark exhibition. (Image: NASA)

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