A classic of Southwest archeology, this dense book is a catalogue of major rock art sites across the region. Features introductory chapters on archeological practices like dating rock art and the understanding of rock art's symbolic function in Native American cultures.
Rock art sites are grouped by the creators, presenting rock art from Indigenous people groups like the Hohokam, Pueblo, and Diné, from pre-history through modern times.
Many photos, illustrations, and maps supplement the valuable insights to the archeological understanding of these sites.
School of American Research, 1980. Paperback, 379 pages.
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