[CAA 2015 – session 3C abstract]
In the latest three years, we have applied our own documentation methodology over 45 rock-art shelters from different regions of Spain. We developed a register system that combines the data acquired by 3D scanning technology, photogrammetry, high-resolution spherical images …
by Jorge ANGAS, Manuel BEA
Do we need a Facebook profile? Is it a powerful tool? No answer here in TRACCE, but only all the 110 posts of the TRACCE Facebook profile from April to June 2013 collected in a single PDF file. Better to keep and to share…
[printed maintaining links with the Firefox AddOn “Print pages to Pdf”]
by TRACCE Online Rock Art Bulletin
TRACCE Online Rock Art Bulletin, the first online rock art bulletin, is back again. You are as always welcome!
TRACCE Online Rock Art Bulletin, il primo bollettino online di arte rupestre, è di nuovo attivo. Siete come sempre i benvenuti
by AA – TRACCE Editor
The Bolivian Rock Art Research Society SIARB has now a Web site. It informs in Spanish, English and German on current activities by SIARB, publications, its Board of Directors and regional representatives. In a “gallery” a map shows the distribution of rock art sites in Bolivia.
by SIARB – Bolivia
The Megalithic Portal is the original and arguably the best live guide to prehistoric sites in the UK, Ireland and beyond, established in 1996, and as a live web database in 2000.
by Andy Paul Peter Tim and Ruth
TRACCE no. 7 – by Andrea Arcà
More than 30 messages in the last days of April 1997 were sent to the Rock Art email List, with the subject “suggestion”. They were all pointing to the opportunity of exchanging RA related pictures via Internet. These messages represented one of the most important and useful web discussion in the last 12 months. Read more