Rock Art Studies: News of the World III

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August 2008



Volume 3 Rock Art Studies series gives an overview of the state of research into rock art that is taking place around the world and shows the very varied approaches to rock art studies in different parts of the world. It presents examples from Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, Mexico and Central America, as well as South America. Some areas focus on discovery, others more on dating or interpretation, while management and conservation are of increasing importance in many regions.


New developments in Pleistocene Art 2000-2004 (Paul G Bahn); Rock art studies in northernmost Europe, 2000-2004 (Joakim Goldhahn); The postglacial art of the Iberian Peninsula, 2000-2004 (P B Ramirez and R de Balbin Behrmann); What's new in the Sahara? (2000-2004) (J-L Le Quellec); Rock art research in Egypt, 2000-2004 (J-L Le Quellec and Dirk Huyge); Legacy of rock art studies in Saudi Arabia (Majeed Khan); Rock art studies in northern Russia and the Far East, 2000-2004 (Ekaterina Devlet); Rock art research in the Far East, 2000-2004 (Su Sheng); Rock art in Australia 2000-2004: research, management and conservation (Natalie Franklin); What is new in Polynesian rock art research? (Sidsel Millerstrom); North American rock art research 2000-2004 (William D Hyder); Rock art research in Canada. A brief history and update (Jack Steinbring); Rock art research in west and northern Mexico (2000-2004) (Carlos Viramontes, Maria de la Luz Gutierrez, William Breen Murray and Francisco Mendiola); Rock art research in eastern Mesoamerica and lower central America: 2000-2004 (Martin Kunne); Rock art investigations in soutern Ecuador (Diego Gonzalez Ojeda); New research into rock art in Peru (2000-2004) (Jean Guffroy); Rock art studies in Bolivia, 2000-2004 (Matthias Strecker); Rock art research in Brazil, 2000-2004: a critical evaluation (Loredana Ribeiro and A Prous); Art on the rocks: Argentina 2000-2004 (D Fiore).


edited by Paul G Bahn, Natalie Franklin and Matthias Strecker
EAN: 9781842173169
ISBN: 1842173162
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2008
Seitenanzahl: 319 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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