Categorization and analysis of all forms of rock art with respect to past cultures.
Photographs of rock art of the Anasazi and other pueblo dwelling early inhabitants of the Four Corners Region of the United States.
Photos of Anasazi Indian rock art, otherwise known as petroglyphs. These pictorial stories were chipped out of the desert varnish in Entrada sandstone about 600 years ago.
Rock art discussion list.
Society for investigation and recording of rock paintings and petroglyphs, protection and conservation of rock art sites, as well as publication of scientific reports and education of the general public.
The Bradshaw Paintings are incredibly sophisticated, as you will see from the 32 pictures in the Paintings Section, yet they are not recent creations but originate from an unknown past period which some suggest could have been 50,000 years ago.
Archaeologists in Zambia uncover evidence that early humans used paint for aesthetic purposes far earlier than previously thought.
Federation of national and regional organizations promoting the study of rock art and cognitive archaeology. Features news, reports, information on conferences, and contact details.
University of New Mexico computerized database system for the storage and analysis of rock art data being developed with the support of the National Park Service, the Sandia Pueblo and the Chamisa Foundation.
Article on the sentencing of Arizona residents convicted of removing and selling petroglyphs from a national forest.
Photographs by Brian and Dave Lee of petroglyphs, pictographs, cave paintings, mostly Archaic styles of the Southwestern U.S.
Introduction to prehistoric art with an emphasis on the southwest and western United States. Dating, interpretive theories, image database, and conservation.
Essays on rock art dating and the rational for rock art conservation. History of and continuing rock art destruction is discussed.
Data collection and analysis of the prehistoric pictographs of the Blood of the Ancestors Grotto, Saline County, Illinois.
A series of articles by James Q. Jacobs on the rock art of the American Southwest. Illustrated with photographs, ink renditions and background graphics. Includes free educational materials and desktop patterns.
Focuses on the research interests of Reinaldo Morales including rock art of the Americas, photographs of prehistoric art, and links of interest to students of art history.
Database of over 10,000 citations to the world's rock art literature, with an emphasis on English language and North American citations. Compiled by M. Leigh Marymor and hosted by the Bancroft Library, Berkley.
Includes a worldwide database of rock art links.
Organization dedicated to the education about and preservation of Native American rock art. Annual symposium information, membership, publications, gallery of rock art.
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