Rock Art Papers, Volume 17, Ken Hedges, editor
2005, San Diego Museum Papers No. 43, paper
172 pages, 263 b/w photos, 45 figures, 14 maps, 10 tables, 8-1/2" x 11"
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Titles in this volume include papers from the Rock Art 2005 meetings.
- From the Outside Looking In: An Examination of Four Rock Art Sites on the Northern Periphery of the Coso Mountains, Jeffrey F. LaFave and Courtney Smith
- Luiseño Cultural Figurations, Bernard M. Jones, Jr. and James Workman
- An Examination of Probable "Cultural Contact" Rock Art Sites in Southern California and Northern Baja California, Jeffrey F. LaFave
- Grapevine Canyon, Nevada: Rock Art Then and Now, Anne Q. Stoll and George Stoll
- Nampaweap: The Possibilities for Regional Variation in Virgin Anasazi Rock Art, Don D. Christensen, Frank G. Bock, and A.J. Bock
- Preliminary Report on Cupules in North-Central Arizona, Don D. Christensen
- Bird-Masked Stick-Figure Anthropomorphs at a Small Petroglyph Site in Central Arizona, Judith Rowe Taylor
- Rock Art Research in the Agua Fria National Monument: Theory and Method, Peter H. Welsh
- Recording the Rock Art of Baby Canyon Pueblo, Agua Fria National Monument: Phases I-II, Jennifer K.K. Huang
- Hohokam Hunting Petroglyphs in the South Mountains of Phoenix, J J Golio and Mike Golio
- The Caballo de Uffington: A Desert Surprise, Roy B. Brown
- Rock Art as a Political Strategy in the Inca Empire, Jessica Joyce Christie
- The Carved Rocks of Machu Picchu, Jessica Joyce Christie
- Morphological Similarities Between Rock Art Motifs and the Spirit Beings Described in Echo Myths, Steven J. Waller
- Reflected Images of Power: Shamanic Metaphors in Rock Art, Bernard M. Jones, Jr.
- A Petroglyph Surprise, John M. Rafter
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