American Indian Rock Art, published continuously since 1975, is the country’s premier series of volumes dedicated to research on rock art as presented at the annual Conferences of the American Rock Art Research Association (ARARA). This volume contains 12 papers presented at the 2018 Conference in Grand Junction, Colorado, and two papers submitted independently, with topics as varied as Biographic rock art of the Plains Indians, petroglyphs of human hands in southeast New England, dating red linear rock paintings of the Guadalupe Mountains, an overview of rock art in the Lower Pecos region, continuity in petroglyphs of southern Arizona, labyrinth glyphs of the American Southwest, and a close look at Utah’s Great Gallery.
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