TRACCE no. 9 – by Dario Seglie, Roberto Seglie
2nd International Congress of Rupestrian Archaeology
2-5 October 1997 DARFO BOARIO TERME
Rock Art in history occupies a position of varying importance in scholastic programmes around the world.
Rock Art in history occupies a position of varying importance in scholastic programmes around the world. In order further to propagate knowledge of Rock Art in a pedagogical environment the collecting of the most important teaching experiences employed or projected by scientific, museum and scholastic institutions and by didactical and teacher training centres is to be considered vital.
From this paper and from the discussion during the Conference we can identify and initiate new directions of scholastic thinking which will garantee a better knowledge and understanding of Rock Art archaeology.
From the first years of our children’s’ education, we must develop a civic conscience in their minds, aimed at the conservation and promotion of the merits of Mankind’s Rock Art Heritage.