National Geographic : 1908 Aug
530 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THE "KARRIWARRI" OR SACRED HOUSE AT DJAMNA The decorating is intricate and very varied. There is no means of lighting the house from without nor ventilating it. The square door with its curtain of grass is the only entrance or exit. The carved crocodile crawling up one of the supporting posts is a regular mark used to designate a sacred structure.