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by Solveig A. Turpin

Author: Solveig A. Turpin
Language: English
Publisher: Rock Art Foundation, Inc. (2002)
Pages: 117 pages
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Boulder: Johnson Books. Cole, Sally J. (1993). Tlalocs, Kachinas, and sacred bundles, and related symbolism in the Southwest and Mesoamerica. San Antonio: Rock Art Foundation, Inc. Special Publication No.

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Special Publication 3. Rock Art Foundation, San Antonio. Hyder, William D. 2004 Locational Analysis in Rock-Art Studies. Makkuni, Ranjit 1992 The Electronic Capture and Dissemination of the Cultural Practice of Tibetan Thankga Painting.

Detailed scientific analyses of rock decay and site stability can aid rock art conservation but cultural sensitivity often limits the use of traditional methods, which often require rock samples or other invasive procedures. The need for intuitive non-invasive rock art analysis led to the creation of the Rock Art Stability Index (RASI). While RASI is a validated rock art assessment tool, a primarily quantitative approach can sometimes overlook the aesthetic component of rock art - a characteristic critical to the presentation and perceived value of the resource.

Rock Art and Rites of Passage: Studying Women's Puberty Rituals and Iconography in the Western . Pottery Metaphors in Pueblo and Jornada Mogollon Rock Art, Polly Schaafsma. Basketmaker Ceremonial Caves of Grand Gulch, Utah, William D. Hyder.

Rock Art Of The Despoblado. Abstract The pictographic sequence in the Lower Pecos River region of Texas illustrates the contribution that rock art can make to the reconstruction of prehistoric cultural systems. The indigenou. More). Cultural Resource Sampling, Survey and Assessment in Areas To Be Affected By the Twin Oak Steam Electric Station, No. 74. Solveig A. Turpin, Martina Kluge, Dave Dibble. Recent Archaeological Work Around the Confluence of the Pecos River and the Rio Grande.

Sorokin, Pitirim A. Publication date. classification: General History d. ubject. classification: History Of Individual Places d. itle: Social And Cultural Dynamics Vol Iii.

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14 Cultural Economics. Cultural products, or cultural goods and services, are manifestations of culture, but culture can also take the form of events, such as films screened, plays staged, ballets danced and concerts performed. Culture can also be viewed from the point of view of certain characteristics, in that that culture entails some sort of creation or transformation of the human environment.

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Since the 1989 publication of the Rock Art Foundation's first Special Publication, Shamanism and Rock Art in North America, archeologists have generally overcome their former prejudices against the recognition of religious symbolism in indigenous art. What was once considered frivolous and unfounded is now dogma, causing some researchers to repudiate what they consider to be too broad an application of the shamanic model. In this volume, five authors discuss different approaches to rock art interpretation. Each views their particular subject from a perspective that does not eschew shamanistic influences as such but that rather seeks to describe some ways in which rock art is part of broader social processes.