Miss Wyoming - Monday, November 11, 2002 at 11:32:26 (EST)
Affiliation: miss wyoming
Based in the Netherlands, with members from France, Italy, the U.K. and the Netherlands, indie-rock band Miss Wyoming is a critical homage to contemporary Western subculture. Miss Wyoming's ability to write great songs was demonstrated by front man Pascal Hallibert, when he reached the finals of De Grote Prijs van Nederland (the largest national competition for pop music), in the singer/songwriter category. The band's most recent CD, Trailer Park, received positive reviews in local and national music press, including Musicmaker, Oor, Live XS and Stork on Stage and was chosen as demo by the week the national radio show Leidsekade Live. The Miss Wyoming sound can be described as Shellac covering Teenage Fanclub and Velvet Underground playing Jezus Lizard songs. In its first year, Miss Wyoming has matured into a hard working live act, bringing the songs to the audience with enthusiasm and a lot of energy and the occasional use of some more exotic instruments, the sitar for example. A Miss Wyoming performance, in a nutshell, is intense and full of energy, as witnessed by audiences in venues like (amongst other) 't Paard, Ekko, Winston Kingdom, Koornbeurs and the Plein Open festival.
Rodolfo Ortiz Muzquiz - Sunday, November 10, 2002 at 22:29:34 (EST)
Address: Saltillo, Coahuila Mexico
Book about Investigation based in Mexico, Narihua, Chiflon and other sites and countries, study of the Archeological richness, concerning Rock Art / Petroglyph. Libro Basado en la investigacion en Mexico, Narihua, El Chiflon, y otros paises con respecto al Arte Rupestre / Petroglifos.
zachary strong - Wednesday, October 30, 2002 at 11:10:45 (EST)
i am looking for pictures of horned or plumed serpents found in any area north of mesoamerica. i am also interested in any information on serpent mounds in north america.
Andrea Arcà - Sunday, October 27, 2002 at 22:42:36 (EST)
Affiliation: TRACCE webmaster
Spina Bifida - Thursday, October 24, 2002 at 15:07:29 (EDT)
Great Site - Help Us if you Can!
Sandi Papineau - Tuesday, October 22, 2002 at 08:23:31 (EDT)
I would like to learn more about rock art of Northwestern Ontario. Can someone help me and perhaps suggest reading material and/or web links. Thanks so much.
- Tuesday, October 22, 2002 at 02:15:16 (EDT)
Bob Forsyth - Wednesday, October 16, 2002 at 14:23:48 (EDT)
This site deals with Petroglyphs in Clark County Nevada.
Richard R. Cordero - Tuesday, September 24, 2002 at 15:47:24 (EDT)
Zion Canyon Field Institute - Monday, September 23, 2002 at 16:28:41 (EDT)
Address: Zion National Park
Affiliation: non-profit outdoor education provider
The non-profit Zion Canyon Field Institute, located in Zion National Park, Springdale, Utah, will offer a 3-day outdoor service learning project on rock art on February 26-28, 2003. Participants will spend three days in the field working with a professional archaeologist learning about methods ancient peoples used to create rock art, and learning about how to record and survey rock art. Recording of sites found in Zion will be undertaken uptilting the IMACS form and drawings and photos will be made. This is an opportunity to learn about rock art from an expert in a splendid setting while performing a service project beneficial to the national park. The cost for three days is $200 which includes instruction, park entry fee, and a quality book on rock art. Pre-registration is required as the group size is extremely limited. There is hiking involved in this trip. Call (435) 772-3264 to register or for more info or visit our website at www.zionpark.org
tpm - Sunday, September 22, 2002 at 15:48:53 (EDT)
Jimmy Stringer - Thursday, September 19, 2002 at 22:12:20 (EDT)
Address: 1108 creekwood st crockett, tx 75835
I have discovered what appears to be a fossilized bone joint in an old creekbottom near my house. Where could I send it to find out if it is of scientific interest?
M.A.F. - Monday, September 09, 2002 at 15:01:04 (EDT)
In case anyone is interested, years ago I worked at the "Smith Creek Ranch" out in Smith Creek, Nevada. On that ranch were some bat-caves which I was taken to look at one day. The ranch manager at the time did not allow anyone to take pictures at the ranch - he apparently didn't want anyone to know about the caves. An old Mexican employee, Pedro, took me there (without permission) so I did not have a camera with me. I quit that ranch job soon after and never made it back to take pictures. HOWEVER ~ it made such an impression on me that I have NEVER forgotten it! The sifted-flour texture of the dirt/bat guana was very very deep, I am guessing the original floor of the cave might have been maybe as much as 6' below where it was then. We leaned over to get into the cave, and further inside, gradually had to get on our knees then stomachs. The dirt we disturbed was choking, and hung in the air. We had several flashlights and could find & view the paintings/carvings easily. Some reddish brown and some orangeish brown colors on the drawings farthest back in the cave still could be seen, nearer the front they looked faded and more like old charcoal. I have ALWAYS wished I had contacted some college Archaelogical people and gone back for a close look. I am SOOOOOO sorry that I was so young and inexperienced that I didn't even know I COULD have done so!! What I saw in that cave was very much like what I've since seen in National Geographic magazines. (Pedro assured me there were 'some others like it') The manager of the cattle ranch obviously didn't want to be disturbed, he frowned on ANY kind of 'company' to the ranch. The Owner didn't live there & I never knew who it was. I would LOVE to hear about it, if anyone would go explore it...
Paul-Louis van Berg - Saturday, August 31, 2002 at 19:11:12 (EDT)
Affiliation: Université Libre de Bruxelles, C.P. 175, av. F.D. Roosevelt, 50, B-1050 Bruxelles, Belgique
This website replaces the one signaled in 2001 and gives new details and photographs about the archaeological and rock art site of Khishâm (Hassake, Syria), studied by a belgo-syrian team.
Bea - Wednesday, August 14, 2002 at 17:39:10 (EDT)
Can any one tell me where there is rock art in Michigan? I remember reading about it in Archeology magazine years ago, but can't remember where in Michigan it was. Bea
Last Supper - Thursday, July 25, 2002 at 02:49:48 (EDT)
May the Lord be with us in art, painting and spirit. Let us pray for the last supper with Leonardo da Vinci.
alice - Friday, July 19, 2002 at 00:18:37 (EDT)
Join our group
steve stone - Saturday, July 13, 2002 at 20:03:31 (EDT)
I am finding a lot of photos of rock art on the web, but I am also looking for the techniques that were used to make the rock art. Were stone instuments used? How were the carvings made? Thanks... Steve
Matthias Strecker - Saturday, March 30, 2002 at 09:34:32 (EST)
Address: Casilla 3091, La Paz, Bolivia
Sociedad de Investigación del Arte Rupestre de Bolivia (SIARB) Nueva dirección e-mail a partir del 1.4.2002 / New e-mail address starting from April 1, 2002: firstname.lastname@example.org Matthias Strecker, SIARB, Secretario Gen./Editor
Abby - Friday, March 22, 2002 at 18:29:26 (EST)
Dear Sir, If i have an archeological stones from centuries ago,where can i ask about them.Thanks Best regards Abby
- Saturday, March 16, 2002 at 15:23:14 (EST)
MA Archaeology - Prehistoric Rock Art at the University of Durham in the United Kingdom.
Chazine Jean-Michel - Wednesday, March 06, 2002 at 05:55:12 (EST)
Address: La Bremonde 84480 Buoux France
Affiliation: CNRS-Maison Asie-Pacifique
Dear collegues, As I am reading the article written by Pr. E. Anati in "Aux origines de l'humanite", and willing since a long time to have a contact with him, I get the opportunity to visit your large and interesting site to get into touch with you and him. As you may see, I/we are involved in research in Borneo and have found since some years a large display of unexpected rock Art caves. Since with my regards.
Motor166 - Tuesday, March 05, 2002 at 16:11:16 (EST)
Hey Check out the new band injected. they are really great. their new single is out called Faithless. they also have an album called burn it back. so check them out!
Milcah - Friday, March 01, 2002 at 18:11:36 (EST)
Address: Hamilton, Onatario Canada
Can you give me five days diary of the egyptian pharao? Please!!!!!! So I can finish my project and my research. PS. I'd like to say thank you if you give me the answers
Andrea Arcà - Friday, March 01, 2002 at 09:30:17 (EST)
The EuroPreArt project is proud to present its online database of European Prehistoric Art. The web site is:
A link to EuroPreArt is greatly appreciated: at http://europreart.net/links6.htm it is possibile to find different size logos and html already formatted codes.Best regards.
Carl Bjork - Saturday, February 23, 2002 at 00:12:26 (EST)
Affiliation: The Fallon Group
I am looking for a contact in the eastern Ohio or northeastern Pennsylvania area. There are few folks up that way interested in the rock-art phenomenon. Thanks! www.goldrush.com/~cbjork
Bradshaw Foundation - Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 10:09:42 (EST)
Rock Art Website covering Rock Art around the world. Topics include Chauvet, America, Africa, Easter Island, The Rock Art Research Institute....
Bob MacLachlan - Sunday, February 17, 2002 at 23:51:19 (EST)
Address: San Diego
Re: Goff-Pribble Petroglyphic Expedition I am a stamp collector with a posted envelope for the Goff-Pribble Petroglyphic Expedition of June-August 1934 The cachet notes 'DEATH VALLEY REGION and is postmarked in Darwin, California. I am seeking information on the Expedition and or the principles of the expedition. Any information you could provide would be appreciated. Bob MacLachlan San Diego, CA email@example.com
- Friday, February 15, 2002 at 15:20:08 (EST)
I there a source for a poster of cave art showing the artist's (Neanderthal) stenciled hands?
Marilyn Jesmain - Thursday, February 14, 2002 at 11:36:40 (EST)
Address: PO Box 1935, El Prado, NM 87529
Affiliation: Otstach Interpretive Services
I have recently discovered a huge rock art site on private land in Northen New Mexico. It is pristine. I would like to record it, does anyone have any suggestions as to funding?
Michael A. Brooks - Wednesday, February 13, 2002 at 20:06:59 (EST)
I need photos of the petroglyphs in Owens Canyon in Riverside County, CA.
Andrea Arcà - Tuesday, February 12, 2002 at 20:52:54 (EST)
Affiliation: Footsteps of Man
ROCK-LINKS updated is online, database driven. Please join!
ali elzeen - Sunday, February 10, 2002 at 14:55:20 (EST)
Address: teeba 2- el zhor - port said - egypt
I am looking for new information and new photo galleries of the rock art sites of the Jebel Uweinat and Gilf Kebir area of SW Egypt,rock art sitis of oasis of western desart ,and sites of rock art of Eastern Desart , .and websites that may talk about this subject. I am currently a Ph.D. student of Art Aducatian at Canal of Suez University and am interested in doing research on inspiration of the plastic expressive values of primitive art in caves paintings of south egypt to create contemporary egyptian painting . Any information will be greatly appreciated. you can contact me directly also on my e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .thanks
Andrea Arcà - Saturday, February 09, 2002 at 07:51:34 (EST)
Affiliation: Footsteps of Man - IFRAO
Alea jacta est. Within few hours the Portuguese-Spanish Alqueva dam water will start to submerge thousands of years of human history and archaeological remains: hundreds of prehistoric engraved rocks, Roman mills, millenarian olive-groves and cork-plantations will be lost forever under the Portuguese Archaeological Institute blessing. The natural river environment which will be destroyed is rich, invaluable and unpolluted. It is a fertile host of animals in extinction risk, one of the last remaining in Europe. The Alqueva dam will produce irreversible long-term damns to the local climate, offering unlikely benefits to the farmers and sure gains to the builders. The whole political Portuguese and European class incapacity to properly evaluate such a situation and mainly the Archaeological Portuguese and European milieu inability to oppose such a realisation make possible the perpetration of one of the largest environmental crimes ever committed in Europe. The flooding button which is switched on today is the act of an already resigning ministry, a sad last strike, a leaving the scene worthy of a régime last days piece. Some people will be remembered for what they built, some others for what they destroyed. Being unable of doing otherwise, we will try remember, at least, these facts and these responsibilities: to err is human; to persevere in it is evil.
If you didn't already sign the Alqueva online petition please do it now and spread this message:
It's very important: now or never more…
Info online http://rupestre.net/tracce/13.
Alea jacta est. L'acqua che tra poco riempirà l'invaso Ibero-Portoghese dell'Alqueva cancellerà per sempre, con la benedizione dell'Istituto Portoghese di Archeologia, millenni di archeologia e di storia umana e millenni di simbiosi tra uomo e territorio, dalle numerose e preziose testimonianze di arte preistorica ai mulini romani, agli uliveti e ai sughereti millenari. Distruggerà un ambiente fluviale naturale ricco, prezioso e incontaminato, tra gli ultimi a resistere in Europa, generoso ospite di specie a rischio di estinzione. A lungo termine creerà danni irreversibili al clima dell'intera regione circostante, a fronte di benefici molto improbabili per gli agricoltori e di guadagni certi per i costruttori. L'incapacità di tutta la classe politica Portoghese ed Europea di comprendere una tale situazione e soprattutto l'incapacità del mondo archeologico Portoghese ed Europeo di opporsi a tale realizzazione rendono possibile il compimento di uno dei più grandi crimini ambientali mai perpetrati in Europa. Il bottone che oggi viene premuto, quello che farà affluire l'acqua nell'invaso, è l'atto di un ministro già dimissionario in vista della prossima scadenza elettorale: un triste colpo di coda, un'uscita di scena degna di uno spettacolo da ultimi giorni di regime. Alcuni vengono ricordati per ciò che hanno costruito, altri per quello che hanno distrutto. Non potendo fare nulla altro, ricorderemo, almeno, questi fatti e queste responsabilità: errare è umano, perseverare è diabolico. Oddio, EDIA...
Se non avete ancora firmato la petizione contro l'Alqueva, fatelo ora e diffondete questo messaggio:
Ora, o mai più…
Per approfondimenti: http://rupestre.net/tracce/13.
Marlene S Thornton - Saturday, February 09, 2002 at 06:31:54 (EST)
I love to look for things. I found many cool artifacts.
zheng wan an - Tuesday, February 05, 2002 at 21:42:15 (EST)
the zoolite and fossil wood that is about 250 million years ago. please visit our website http://www.cnstoneweb.com if you are interesting contact us and I will send you some necessay information. E-mail:email@example.com (I have many zoolite and fossil wood to sell)
Robin Edgar - Saturday, February 02, 2002 at 14:54:22 (EST)
Address: Verdun (Montreal), Quebec, Canada
My "Eye of God" Web Sight shows how the compound sun/eye symbol aka "radiant divene eye" petroglyphs that are found in most parts of the world were clearly inspired by the "Eye of God" that is manifested during total solar eclipses. The compound sun/eye symbols on the "Stone of the Seven Suns" at the Dowth megalithic site in Ireland are virtually identical to some 19th century scientific astronomical drawings of total solar eclipses. Coincidence? I think not...
Viktor Trifonov - Sunday, January 27, 2002 at 16:50:20 (EST)
Address: Dvortsovaya nab., 18, St.Petersburg, 191186, Russia
Affiliation: Inst. for Study of Material Culture History
Archaeology Prehistoric Dolmens Black Sea coast Russia Field School opportunities
Bill Chapman - Sunday, January 27, 2002 at 12:17:30 (EST)
Address: 8 Vardre View, Deganwy, CONWY, LL31 9TE, Wales, U.K.
Having come across a stone marked with a lattice motif, which can also be decribed as a series of lozenges, I am interested to hear of such geometric motifs elsewhere. Bill Chapman
Hillary Vermont - Friday, January 18, 2002 at 19:52:32 (EST)
Address: 127 romero , Santa Fe NM
Since the beginning, rocks witnessed time, they gave us tools, weapons and fire. They transmitted art, science and religion. They expressed hopes for health, fertility and success. They perpetuated myths and legends; More simply, rocks told time. Today "Tic-Toc Rocks" are affordable time-telling treasures that you will enjoy for generations.
Dr. Dusko Aleksovski - Wednesday, January 09, 2002 at 10:32:34 (EST)
Address: 91320 Kratovo, R. of Macedonia
Affiliation: International Rock Art Congress Skopje 14-21 July 2002 Ripon 1999, Alice Spring 2000
INTERNATIONAL ROCK ART CONGRESS-NEWS 2002 MACEDONIAN ROCK ART RESEARCH CENTRE Member of International Federation of Rock Art Organizations Dear Colleagues, The World (IFRAO) Rock Art Congress supported by UNESCO, IFRAO, will be held in Skopje, capital of the Republic of Macedonia, 14-21 July 2002 at the Faculty of Law of the University "St. Cyril and Methodius", Skopje The official language of the Congress is English. The Congress is a fine opportunity for the scientists that explore Rock Art all over the world, to be introduced to all aspects of the latest researches in the field of Rock Art: Preservation, Education, time location, semantic interpretation etc. We expect representatives from more than 80 countries. Exhi-bitions: Rock Art in Macedonia, Macedonian and World Press about Macedonian Rock Art Research Centre etc., excursion to the Mace-donian Rock Art Reservation, the first of that kind in the Balkans, a for-mal dinner etc. The Congress participants and visitors will have an opportunity to see the Macedonian folklore(folk music and dances), as well as Macedonian folk gowns as the festivals of folk instruments and folk gowns take place at the same time when the Congress will be held. The congressmen will have an opportunity of assisting the concert of Macedonian folk music whose scene would be a prehistoric cave. The participants of the Congress must supply an abstract from their papers in English (150 words at least). All abstracts will be published as pre-congress material. Right after the Congress the papers will be published in the Monograph-IRAC 2002. Nearest international airport: Skopje ( distance 10 km). Member of the organising Committee will wait for you. The best hotels: Continental (price: 120 US $. 70 % sponsorship, the Congressmen pay only 48 US $ ! That hotel 4 stars is to 280 m. from the Faculty of Law where the Congress will take place. Visit his Web site: www.contimak.com e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Don’ n forget to tell them that your are participants of the Rock Art Congress; the Student’ s hotel "Pelagonija" 1000 m. from the Faculty of Law 5 US $. The organisation of IRAC 2002 is supported by the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, Macedonian president, Macedonian Academy of Science and Arts, the World Macedonian Congress, UNESCO, IFRAO President - Robert Bednarik. Opening of the Congress: Universal Hall in the Centre of Skopje-20.30h 14 July 2002. LIST OF SYMPOSIA: SESSIONS: 1. Rock Art in Macedonia; 2.-The recording of Rock Art; 3.-The Archaeoastronomy of Rock Art; 4.- Landscape, place and Rock Art; 5.-Rock Art in the World; 6.-Human figures in Rock Art; 7.-Rock Art Protection and conservation; 8.-The cupules the most numerous rock engravings; 9.- Semiotic, signs and symbols; 10.-Computer Technology as an aid to Rock Art research; 11.- Rock Art education; 12.-Dating, pigment analysis, and geological applications; 13.-Rock Art-Basis of cultural, historical linguistic, ethno-graphic and religious-philosophical heritage; 14.-Classification of Rock Art according to its Geographic Position; 15.-Origin and development of the Rock Art. Deadline for applying for taking part at the Congress is 30 May 2002 All participants of the Congress should pay registration fee which costs 150 $ USD. Students pay 50 $ USD. (That payment contains: registration fee, field trips, formal dinner, special night concert near a prehistoric cave etc. Everyone who pay registration fee will be considered as donor, and will receive a special Diploma. All participants must have on them a specially made badge which will make the work of Organising committee service easier. Don’ t miss the chance to take part in the work of this Congress, and visit the richest country of Rock Art Engravings. For more information, please contact: phone: **389-31-423-279; mob. phone:**389-70-527-745; fax: **389-31-415-577; e-mail: email@example.com You can send your abstracts using our Web S.: www.unet.com.mk/rockart/ address: Centar za karpesta umetnost, 91320 Kratovo R. of Macedonia You can pay registration fee and membership to our bank account: STOPANSKA BANKA a.d. HEAD OFFICE "11 OKTOMVRI" N. 7, 1000 SKOPJE SWIFT CODE STOBMK 2X - 20672 (Drustvo za nauka Kratovo) R. of Macedonia New Membership I wish to join as follows: Individual 10 USA$ ___ ; family 15 USA $ __; Sustaining 20 USA $ ___; Donors 50 USA $. All participants paying registration fee will be considered as DONORS! APPLICATION FORM NAME ________________; ADDRESS__________________; TEL.: __________________; FAX: ____________________; E-MAIL: ______________________________: DEADLINE MAY 30, 2002 EQUIPMENT OR AREA NEDEED: 1.-_____________________________; 2.-_____________________________; 3.-_____________________________; OTHER-REQUESTS _____________ ABSTRACT: IRAC 2002 Field trips. Many field trips will be organised during and after the Congress. The Congressmen will be informed in detail about trips during the Congress.. President, Dr. Dusko Aleksovski
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