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This collection, the second in a planned series of five-yearly volumes, is devoted to providing a wide-ranging survey of new developments in rock art studies from all over the world. The topics reported on in this volume reflect an expansion and diversification of perspectives and research questions during the period covered, 1995 to 1999; these topics include the problems This collection, the second in a planned series of five-yearly volumes, is devoted to providing a wide-ranging survey of new developments in rock art studies from all over the world. The topics reported on in this volume reflect an expansion and diversification of perspectives and research questions during the period covered, 1995 to 1999; these topics include the problems of dating rock art, pigment analysis, interpretative issues, the recording and preservation of sites, eco-tourism, management, and indigenous issues. Several major events are reported in the volume, the most remarkable being the saving of Portugal's Coa Valley rock art from inundation by a dam, the creation of an archaeological park around it, and its entering the Unesco World Heritage List, all in rapid succession.


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This collection, the second in a planned series of five-yearly volumes, is devoted to providing a wide-ranging survey of new developments in rock art studies from all over the world. The topics reported on in this volume reflect an expansion and diversification of perspectives and research questions during the period covered, 1995 to 1999; these topics include the problems This collection, the second in a planned series of five-yearly volumes, is devoted to providing a wide-ranging survey of new developments in rock art studies from all over the world. The topics reported on in this volume reflect an expansion and diversification of perspectives and research questions during the period covered, 1995 to 1999; these topics include the problems of dating rock art, pigment analysis, interpretative issues, the recording and preservation of sites, eco-tourism, management, and indigenous issues. Several major events are reported in the volume, the most remarkable being the saving of Portugal's Coa Valley rock art from inundation by a dam, the creation of an archaeological park around it, and its entering the Unesco World Heritage List, all in rapid succession.

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