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Art as Metaphor

The Prehistoric Rock-Art of Britain


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Enigmatic, esoteric and fascinating, the rock-art of the British Isles has for a long time been a well-kept secret. However, over the last few decades hundreds of new rock art panels have been discovered and several regional surveys have been carried out. This volume brings together a carefully selected collection of papers that cover British prehistoric rock-art from over 10000 years ago.

Author Biography

George Nash is an Associate Professor at the Instituto Polit cnico de Tomar (IPT) in Portugal and Visiting Fellow at the University of Bristol.
Release date Australia
December 31st, 2007
Edited by Aron D. Mazel Edited by Clive Waddington Edited by George Nash
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white
Archaeopress Archaeology
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