‘Priceless’ Aboriginal stone knife found by four-year-old at Broome’s speedway

Started by gash, September 23, 2016, 08:37:38 am

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A stone cutting tool that could be twice as old as the pyramids has been found by a four-year-old boy under his mother's chair at Broome's speedway

Broome's Yawuru Aboriginal Corporation country manager Johani Mamid is amazed at the find and grateful to the child's mother for handing in the stone tool.

"They were at the speedway on the weekend, and the mother Lee, was sitting on her chair, and her son Eli had found the stone underneath and then showed his mum," Mr Mahmid said.

Read more :  http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-09-21/priceless-aboriginal-stone-knife-found-by-four-year-old/7864860
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