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Rock Art as Social Representation: Papers from a session held at the European Association of Archaeologists Fourth Annual Meeting in Göteborg 1998Joakim Goldhahn 1999 © BAR Publishing
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This is a collection of eight papers given at the EAA Conference in 1998. The authors examine various social aspects of rock art: from rock art and gender, rock art as part of Bronze Age funerary rites, rock art in the context of materialism and cosmology, rock art as ritual landscape of hunter fisher gatherers to rock art as visual representation.
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