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Jacqui at Feb 04, 2019 02:20 AM

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Bunjil is also the Eaglehawk, but - nowhere is there the
[?] of [?] [?] [?] or of nature which is found in the
[?] via the tribal legend. Bunjil is represented as an old blackfellow,
the beings or head man of the tribe.
[He lived] He had his wives
and demanding to [?] around his [?] is Biribial -(the
[?]. Other accounts are but[?] [?] [?].
[a legend ?} He [also] is told the [?]
of the Kulin then also of life and [-] a legend reminds him
in the distant past when the Kulin intermarried
represent [?] class of relationship,
he, are his [?] [?] the medicine men who had
him [?] [?] people &
parts, "Bunjil in this
[?] accounting for the [?] of the comment [?] [?]
[?]
[Finally ?] Bunjil legend recounts
from Bunjil all his people
["?"] the legend says, in a whirlwind which the
had [?] up in a [?] [?].
There they remain the old men
[?] young boys. A significant [?] is that of Berak.
When he was a boy
mother brother took him out of the camp at night
and pointing with his spear thrower
said [?] that one is Bunjil - [?] him
[?] [?] command Bunjil
rather than of the others name.
Bunjil "old man - [?]" to
[?] the
One thing has struck me in [these] this legend which
[?] for this being named
him of the anthropomorphic element.
Usually the
and animal element to completely
But taking Bunjil
as the example, he is in all cases the old blackfellow
while

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Bunjil is also the Eaglehawk, but - nowhere is there the
[?] of [?] [?] [?] or of nature which is found in the
[?] via the tribal legend. Bunjil is represented as an old blackfellow,
the beings or head man of the tribe.
[He lived] He had his wives
and demanding to [?] around his [?] is Biribial -(the
[?]. Other accounts are but[?] [?] [?].
[a legend ?} He [also] is told the [?]
of the Kulin then also of life and [-] a legend reminds him
in the distant past when the Kulin intermarried
represent [?] class of relationship,
he, are his [?] [?] the medicine men who had
him [?] [?] people &
parts, "Bunjil in this
[?] accounting for the [?] of the comment [?] [?]
[?]
[Finally ?] Bunjil legend recounts
from Bunjil all his people
["?"] the legend says, in a whirlwind which the
had [?] up in a [?] [?].
There they remain the old men
[?] young boys. A significant [?] is that of Berak.
When he was a boy
mother brother took him out of the camp at night
and pointing with his spear thrower
said [?] that one is Bunjil - [?] him
[?] [?] command Bunjil
rather than of the others name.
Bunjil "old man - [?]" to
[?] the
One thing has struck me in [these] this legend which
[?] for this being named
him of the anthropomorphic element.
Usually the
and animal element to completely
But taking Bunjil
as the example, he is in all cases the old blackfellow
while