TRACCE no. 9 – by Robert Alan Clouse
2nd International Congress of Rupestrian Archaeology
2-5 October 1997 DARFO BOARIO TERME
Pattern and Function at Jeffers Petroglyphs, Minnesota, USA.
The Jeffers Petroglyphs site in the Midwestern United States contains over 2,000 recorded carvings, some of which likely date to 5,000 B.P.
TRACCE no. 8 – by Jack Steinbring
1999 International Rock Art Congress
at Ripon College
Ripon, Wisconsin, U.S.A., MAY 23 – 31 Read more
TRACCE no. 5 – by Petroglyph Monument Protection Coalition
Petroglyph National Monument in New Mexico imperiled by Road Plans
National Monument comprises more than 7,200 acres along Albuquerque’s scenic West Mesa Escarpment and was established by Congress in 1990. Read more
TRACCE no.3 – by Paul G. Bahn, Robert G. Bednarik, Jack Steinbring
We would like to draw the attention of Tracce readers to our recent illustrated paper in Rock Art Research in which we reveal for the first time… Read more
TRACCE no. 2 – by Carol Diaz-Granados
In 1993, a two-volume dissertation was completed entitled: The Petroglyphs and Pictographs of Missouri: A distributional, stylistic, contextual, temporal, and functional analysis of the state’s rock graphics.
TRACCE no. 2 – by Kevin L. Callahan
Ethnohistorical sources regarding the creation of rock art around the world frequently make reference to “little people” as the makers of rock art. As David Whitley (1991) has noted, this may be due to a taboo against talking about a dead shaman and not verbally distinguishing the shaman’s spirit helper or tutelary spirit from the deceased shaman