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Larrakia Guide
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1 Selected bibliography of material on Marrithiyel language and
Djanggawul, Banaitja, Kunapipi & others, brief reference to Daramulan & Baiami (N.S.W.
Djanggawul, Cheshire,. Me lbourne, Rout ledge and Kegan Paul, Londres,. 1952 ; An Adjtutment.

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Djanggawul - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Aboriginal mythology, the Djanggawul are three siblings, two female and one male, who created the landscape of Australia and covered it with flora.
Djanggawul: An Aboriginal Religious ... - Google Books
DJANGGAWUL : Sexy Godsiblings of Creation and Confusion from
DJANGGAWUL: Sexy Godsiblings of Creation and Confusion. There were two sisters and a brother, who emerged from the Underworld to set the....
The Djanggawul cycle
The rituals connected with this cycle belongs to the dua moiety, but jiridja take part in it.
Djanggawul song cycle (Australian Aboriginal mythology

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