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Rock art and the prehistoric landscape of Galicia: the results of field survey 1992-1994

AuthorsBradley, Richard; Criado-Boado, Felipe ; Fábregas Valcarcel, Ramón
KeywordsLaboratorio de Patrimonio
Heritage Laboratory
Arqueología del paisaje
Landscape Archaeological
Issue Date1995
PublisherPrehistoric Society (London)
CitationProceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 61: 347-370. London
Abstract[EN]This paper discusses the relationship between the earlier prehistoric pattern of settelement in Atlantic Europe and the creation of rock art. It investigates the organisation of the Copper Age and Early Bronze Age landscape of north-west Spain using the evidence provided by the distribution, siting, and composition of rock carvings. It presents the results of field survey in three sample areas extending form the centre to the outer edge of their distribution. Althougt these drawings cannot be interpreted as illustrations of daily life, they may have helped to define rights to particular resources in an area which experienced abrupt changes of ground conditions over the course of the year.
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