Nic Green, the CEO of Anthropos Australis, attended the 25th Valcamonica Symposium-Art as a Source of History, at Capo di Ponte in Northern Italy in September. Nic gave a paper in Session 1, Decoding Religions and Beliefs through Rock Art entitled "The Complexities of Undertaking Research to Present the Paper on Ngarluma Interpretation of the Rock Art at Depuch Island, Pilbara Region, North-Western Australia".
The Paper was well received by the Symposium attendees. A copy of the paper will be posted shortly.
Nic also had the opportunity to view some of the rock art in the Naquane National Rock Art Park, guided by Christina Gastaldi (archaeologist), which depicted engravings from the epipaleolithic period through to the Middle Ages. Christina was an epic guide and showed great knowledge of the rock art. The Symposium occurs every two years and is highly recommended to rock art scholars and specialists alike.