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engam in Uw Oykangand and Uw Olkola


Food pounder, Kowanyama Land and Natural Resources Management Office, March 16 1997 [PH]. The Australian 50 cent coin, roughly 32 mm in diameter, allows for an estimation of size.


Food pounder, Kowanyama Land and Natural Resources Management Office, March 16 1997 [PH]. This is a rather old and weathered specimen. The Australian 50 cent coin, roughly 32 mm in diameter, allows for an estimation of size.


Food pounder, Kowanyama Land and Natural Resources Management Office, March 16 1997 [PH]. The Australian 50 cent coin, roughly 32 mm in diameter, allows for an estimation of size.


Food pounder, Kowanyama Land and Natural Resources Management Office, March 16 1997 [PH]. The Australian 50 cent coin, roughly 32 mm in diameter, allows for an estimation of size.


Food pounder, Kowanyama Land and Natural Resources Management Office, March 16 1997 [PH]. This specimen is particularly old and weathered. The Australian 50 cent coin, roughly 32 mm in diameter, allows for an estimation of size.

A food pounder is used with a grindstone to process various roots and seeds prior to cooking. It is a heavy, hard wooden implement with a handle.

e-mail: Philip Hamilton.
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