Academic journal article Rock Art Research

Recent Books of Interest

Academic journal article Rock Art Research

Recent Books of Interest

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Archaeological sites: conservation and management, edited by SHARON SULLIVAN and RICHARD MACKAY. 2012. Readings in Conservation, The Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles. A collection of 73 pre-published papers presented in five parts, illustrated with monochrome and colour images, further reading list, index, 786 pages, softcover, ISBN 978-1-60606124-4.

Tasmanian Aboriginal rock art: Monster Creek Site, by PETER C. SIMS. 2012. Self-published, Quoiba, Tasmania, 21 pages, illustrated, references, softcover, ISBN 978-0-908010-04-2.

Working with rock art: recording presenting and understanding rock art using indigenous knowledge, edited by BENJAMIN SMITH, KNUT HELSKOG and DAVID MORRIS. 2012. Wits University Press, Johannesburg. Comprising 22 chapters and 24 contributors, monochrome illustrations, index, 312 pages, softcover, ISBN 978-1-86814-545-4.

Des images pour les dieux: art rupestre et art tribal dans de centre de l'Inde, by JEAN CLOTTES and MEENAKSHI DUBEY-PATHAK. 2013. Editions Errance, Arles. Richly illustrated with colour plates, 143 pages, hardcover, ISBN 978-2-87772-559-0.

Resumes de ponencias del V Simposio Navional de Arte Rupestre, edited by GORI TUMI ECHEVARRIA LOPEZ. 2013. APAR, Lima. Illustrated, 51 pages, softcover.

Ruptejo - arqueología rupestre da Bada do Tejo, by FERNANDO A. …

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