Invisible late Pleistocene rock art: lessons from northern Australia and the British Isles

Campbell, John B., Ellwood, William J., and Winn, Nicola B. (2012) Invisible late Pleistocene rock art: lessons from northern Australia and the British Isles. In: Clottes, Jean, (ed.) L'Art Pleistocene dans le Monde. 2010 Actes du Congrès IFRAO . Prehistoric Society of Ariege-Pyrenees, pp. 182-183.

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[Extract] Late Pleistocene rock art has often remained invisible in northern Australia and southern Britain, partly because it has not been looked for in the rich places, partly because its existence has often been seriously doubled and partly because environmental changes have often obscured the surviving evidence. It was assumed there was no palaeolithic cave art in Britain.

Item ID: 26360
Item Type: Book Chapter (Non-Research)
ISBN: 987-2-9531148-3-6
Keywords: pleistocene art
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Part of proceedings from Actes du Congrès IFRAO, Tarascon-sur-Ariège held in September 2010

Date Deposited: 16 Apr 2013 00:54
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