Kalimantan – Book 2


The 2nd book in the Ancestor Trilogy takes you the reader back in time , and slowly westwards, from 1830’s Van Diemens Land, to meet the peoples who created the extraordinarily contemporary rock art in the caves of Borneo, art that is closely related to the rock art of Australia and Papua New Guinea.

In May 2012 Sam will be in Kalimantan researching what some ethnoarcheologists have described as the most important collections of cave paintings in the world with his explorer friend Luc-Henri Fage, a Rolex Awards Associate Laureate.
(see http://www.rolexawards.com/profiles/associate_laureates/luc-henri_fage )

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  1. Pingback: OLDEST PREHISTORY CAVE PAINTINGS, Maros – Pangkep, Sulawesi | ancestortrilogy

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