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La structure iconographique d'un art rupestre est-elle une clef pour son interprétation ? Zephyrus 59 : 195-208.

Sauvet, G. and Layton, R. and Lenssen-Erz, T. and Taçon, P. and Wlodarczyk, A. (2006) 'La structure iconographique d'un art rupestre est-elle une clef pour son interprétation ? Zephyrus 59 : 195-208.', Zephyrus, 59 . pp. 195-208.

Abstract

Develops a method for discriminating between different social contexts in which rock art is created and applies the method to ethnographic and archaeological case studies.

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Record Created:09 Jan 2009
Last Modified:28 Aug 2009 15:43

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