TRACCE Online Rock Art Bulletin 7 – May 1997

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Camunnian rose

TRACCE Online Rock Art Bulletin no. 7
12 May 1997 – cover and index only





On Line Rock Art Bulletin ———> by Footsteps of Man

Number n.7 1997 May

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The GENERAL page
Rodrigo Aguiar The petroglyphs of Santinho Beach
FM The Folk Culture Museum at Bhimtal
Angelo FossatiAndrea Arcà Tracing the Past
FOTAP Save Petroglyph National Monument
Andrea Arcà RockArtNet Iconographic Database
Footsteps of Man 2nd International Congress of Rupestrian Archaeology
Mila Simoes de AbreuLudwig Jaffe Crossing Frontiers – IRAC98
URARA URARA 17th Annual Symposium
J.M. Bello III Coloquio Internacional de Arte Megalítico
Robert G. Bednarik Minutes of the 1997 IFRAO meeting
Martin BemmannDitte Koenig Rock Carvings and Inscriptions along the Karakorum Highway
Martin Bemmann Die Felsbildstation Shatial(book announcement)
Ulrich Schendzielorz Pakistan Photo Gallery
Footsteps of Man Jack Bemondo – in memoriam
Elena Marchi Scratched horses in a relief from Cividate Camuno
Paola Farina The motif of the “Camunnian Rose” in the Rock Art of Valcamonica
A. Fossati – E. Marchi Funny Petroglyphs
Call for papers (next issue: 1997 July)
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  1. Malcolm Bird says:

    The Camunian Rose, also known from Ilkley moor as the Swastika stone is an image of the Solar system with the Sun and 4 Gaseous planets enclosed in an envelope and the rocky planets outside, although closer to the Sun. The reason there are multiple is because that area is where that was taught. Even Pluto is included in the diagram but just as we have thrown it out of our list of Planets it is partly included and partly excluded with just a Hook round it.

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