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American Indian Rock Art (AIRA) Papers Sorted By First Author

Author Title Volume Page Reference
Abel, Brent Proposed Investigations at Two Western Archaic Petroglyph Sites Near Pecos, New Mexico 20 13-18
Aguilar Torres, Newman Pictografias de la Laguna de los Condores: Leymebamba - Peru 26-2 231-245
Albagli de Almeida, Guilherme Remarks on Rock Art in the State of Bahai, Brazil 26-1 1-6
Alioto, Joesph T. Interpretation of Chumash Rock Art: A Psychological Perspective 9 44-49
Allan, Stephen and Steven J. Waller Echolocation of Rock Art: Using Sound to Search for Sacred Sites 36 103-107
Allen, Mary Comments on: The Esplanade Style: A Reappraisal of Polychrome Rock Art in the Grand Canyon Region, Arizona, by Don Christensen and Jerry Dickey 30 86
Allen, Mary K. New Frontiers in Rock Art: the Grand Canyon 15 48-70
Ambruster, Carol, and Tony Hull Chaco Navajo Ceremonial Rock Art and Anasazi Symbols 27 25-34
American Rock Art Research Association American Indian Rock Art. Guidelines for Authors 24 129-132
American Rock Art Research Association  Officers and Associates 2005-2006 32 87
American Rock Art Research Association  Membership Form 32 88
American Rock Art Research Association  Awards 32 89-90
American Rock Art Research Association  Publications 1974-2004 32 91-104
American Rock Art Research Association  Guidelines for Authors 32 105-108
American Rock Art Research Association  Officers 2006-2007 33 145
American Rock Art Research Association  Awards 33 147-149
Apostoledes, Alex Rock Art of the Saltdale Quadrangle: A Mojave Desert Survey 3 101-106
Apostoledes, Alex The Rock Art of Chalcazingo, Morales, Mexico 4 90-95
Apostoledes, Alex Two Petroglyph Sites in Durango, Mexico 7&8 69-75
Arca, Andrea Walking on the Rock Art Paths 26-2 63-70
Arratia, Leticia Gonzalez Current State of Research in Petroglyphs in the Northern Mexican States of Coahuila and Nuevo Leon 16 177-187
Attorrese, Elisabetta, and Angelo Fossatti Rock 53 of Vite-Deria: New Elements for the Study of Degradation of Valcamonica Petroglyphs 28 103-110
Bahn, Paul G. Alice in Wonderland, or Through the Looking Glass? 17 1-5
Bahn, Paul G. The Rock Art of China: The Longest Known and Least Known 19 1-7
Bahn, Paul G. Rock Art: World Heritage 21-3 3-8
Bailey, Gay “Gaea” M.A. Beyond Stargazing: Preservation and Organization of Data Regarding the Navajo Star Ceilings of Canyon de Chelly and Canyon del Muerto 31 23-33
Bain, Col. James G. Paleolithic Rock Art. Does it Exist in North America 2 109-113
Bain, James G. Tapping the TAP (Tourist Archaeological Potential) 1 147-150
Baker, Pamela Painted Sites of the Ancestral Puebloans in Chaco Canyon National Historical Park, New Mexico 35 13-26
Barabas, Bryn M. Rock Art at the Southwest Museum 13&14 115-118
Barabas, Bryn Marie Ex Situ: Conserving Rock Art Records 17 6-10
Bednarik, Robert G. The Cave Art of Australia 12 81-87
Benson, Arlene and Buckskin, Floyd Achomawi Jumping Rocks and the Concept of the Test 15 31-38
Benson, Arlene and Hoskinson, Tom Transformations: Preparing the Land 12 37-46
Benson, Arlene, Floyd Buckskin, and Ruby George Tracing the Sun's Shadow 21-3 321-338
Benton, James Dating a Pictograph 4 21-25
Benton, James There is a Connection - I Think 7&8 221-224
Benton, James S.and Vuncannon, Delcie H. Cultural Affinities of the Freightwagon Site, Near Baker, California 5 59-69
Berrier, Margaret K. Proposed Documentation and Storage of Data Related to Acoustical Phenomena at Rock Art Sites 26-1 7-18
Biesele, Megan  Research Politics and Rock Art Interpretation in Africa: Perspectives for the Lower Pecos 37 135-144
Bilbo, Barbara The Slaughter Canyon (New) Cave Pictograph Site, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico 23 49-56
Bilbo, Michael Use of Photo Mosaics in the Mapping of Rock Art Sites at Hueco Tanks State Park, Texas 5 135-141
Bilbo, Michael Carlsbad Caverns Natural Entrance Pictogrpah Sites 1 and 2, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico 23 41-47
Blackhorse, Taft Navajo Rock Art Discussion 27 73-75
Blanchard, Dawn L. Shamans and Master Artists: Understanding the Parallels in Rock Art 23 183-188
Bock, A.J. and Lee, Georgia Footsteps to Destruction: A Guide for Visiting and/or Recording Rock Art Sites 18 23-26
Bock, Frank and A.J. A Review of an Attempt to Restore Petroglyphs Using Artificial Desert Varnish at Petrified Forest, Arizona 16 35-48
Bock, Frank and Bock, A.J. Rock Art of the Arizona Strip (Preliminary Report Includes Pakoon Springs and Little Black Mountain) 13&14 27-46
Bock, Frank and Bock, A.J. The Birdheaded Figure of the Southwest in Psychopomp 17 11-28
Bock, Frank G. American Indian Rock Art. Notice to Authors 24 127-128
Bock, Frank G. and Bock, A.J. CA-SHA-39: A Lesson in Maximizing a Rock Art Site 10 62-78
Bostwick, Todd W. Managing Rock Art in an Urban Setting: The Challenges of South Mountain Park 22 119-128
Bostwick, Todd W. Rock Art Mask Designs in the South Mountains, Arizona 24 1-12
Bostwick, Todd W. Hourglass Anthropomorph Petroglyphs in the South Mountains, Arizona 25 121-132
Bostwick, Todd W., and J. Claire Dean An Experiment in Removing Spray Paint Graffiti from a Hohokam Rock Art Panel with Graffiti-B-Gone 24 103-112
Boyd, Douglas K. Aboriginal Rock Art of Justiceburg Reservoir: A Regional Perspective for the Texas Panhandle-Plains 16 123-145
Bricker, Felton, Thomas Holcomb, and J. Claire Dean A Native American's Thoughts on the Preservation and Conservation of Rock Art 21-2 7-9
Briot, Alain Little Petroglyph Canyon. A Portfolio of Photographs by Alain Briot 25 203-212
Brooks, Richard, Ritter, Eric W. and Farrell, Nancy Native American Rock Art in a 19th Century California Mining Boom Town 4 9-20
Bru, Margarita The Cave of Los Casares (Guadalajara) “  21-3 11-15
Brugge, David M. Motivation and Function in Navajo Rock Art 4 141-147
Brugge, David M. A History of Navajo Rock Art Research 27 5-16
Brunod, Giseppe, Walter Ferreri, and Gaudenzio Ragazzi The Camunian Rose of Carpene, Sellero (Valcamonica, Italy) 26-2 155-158
Buchner, A. P., S. Hathout, and B. Russell Digital Enhancement of a Prehistoric Rock Painting from Hazlet, Saskatchewan 26-1 19-24
Buck, Mimi and Rhodes, Cheryl Rock Art of West Central Colorado and Periphery 2 1-4
Bullen, Margaret U. Shamanic Portals: Do They Ocur in Australian Rock Art? 22 103-110
Burke, William J., Bradshaw, Richard L., and Turner II, Christy G. Preservation Studies on the Davis Gulch Pictographs 6 11-17
Burkholder, Grace Clark County, Nevada, Calendrical Markers 17 29-35
Burton, Jeffery F. Late Pueblo Iconography in Petrified Forest Rock Art: Implications for the Origin and Development of the Kachina Cult 21-3 261-271
Bury, Rick House of the Sun: The Seasons. A Photo Essay with Six Images 23 161-168
Bury, Rick Too Many Shamans: Ethics and Politics of Rock Art Interpretation 25 149-154
Butler, Lynn Dodd, Ashley Sands, and Lucy Harrington Visualizing the Native American Cultural Landscape: A Significant New Research and Imaging Method 36 53-58
Callahan, Kevin, L. Minnesota's Red Rock and Other Sacred Boulders of the Upper Midwest 26-1 25-32
Castleton M.D., Kenneth B. Rock Art of the Uintah Basin of Utah 2 19-25
Castleton, Kenneth B. The Rock Art of the San Juan River Between Bluff and Mexican Hat 3 110-114
Cawley, John The Rocky Hill Pictographs 3 107-109
Cawley, John J. Contemporary Rock Art 6 18-20
Chaffee, Scott D., Hyman, Marian and Rowe, Marvin W. Direct Dating of Pictographs 19 23-30
Chamberlain, Von Del Sky Smbol Rock Art 4 79-89
Chamberlain, Von Del Navajo Star Ceilings 12 101-110
Chamberlain, Von Del Star Tracks: Astronomical Motifs in American Southwest Rock Art 21-3 339-346
Chamberlain, Von Del and Hugh Rogers On the Trail of Dinetah Skywatchers: Patterned Dots and Scattered Pluses 27 49-58
Childress, Jane P. Rock Art and Rock Crawling in Central Arizona 30 103-110
Christensen, Don Dedication “In Memory of Frank G. Bock 32 ix-x
Christensen, Don and Jerry Dickey A Reply to Comments by Allen: The Esplanade Style: A Reappraisal of Polychrome Rock Art in the Grand Canyon Region, Arizona 30 87-88
Christensen, Don D. Pre-Pueblo Rock Art in the Little Colorado River Drainage 17 36-43
Christensen, Don D. Rock Art Research: Retrospect and Future Considerations 20 1-6
Christensen, Don D. Preformative and Early Formative Rock Art of the Kanab Creek Wilderness Area, Arizona 33 127-144
Christensen, Don D.  Context and Rock Art in the Cinder Cone Lava Beds, Eastern Mojave Desert, California 36 171-181
Christensen, Don D., and Jerry Dickey The Grapevine Style of the Eastern Mojave of California and Nevada 27 185-200
Christensen, Don D., and Jerry Dickey The Tusayan Style: Archaic Rock Art in the Grand Canyon Region, Arizona 32 1-14
Christensen, Don D., Jerry Dickey, and David Lee Regional Variation in Rock Art Styles in the Southern Great Basin: A View from the East Mojave 25 69-80
Christensen, Don, and Jerry Dickey The Esplanade Style: A Reappraisal of Polychrome Rock Art in the Grand Canyon Region, Arizona 30 69-85
Christie, Jessica J. Inca Rock Sculpture in the Sacred and Political Landscape 26-1 33-38
Christie, Jessica Joyce The Carved Rock Shrine of Sapantiana in Cusco, Peru 31 111-123
Christie, Jessica Joyce  Inka Carved Rocks and Khipus: Were Some Sculpted Grids Counting Devices Using the Same Structure as Khipus? 36 147-158
Clarkson, Persis B. Contextual Archaeological Approaches to Geoglyphs in Northern Chile: Extending the Theoretical Landscape 26-2 191-198
Clarkson, Persis B. Art as Science, Science as Art: Aerial Photographic Applications in Rock Art Research 27 177-183
Clegg, John Gavin Souter's Boats 21-3 423-432
Clouse, Robert Alan Sustainability: Towards a Comprehensive Management Plan for Rock Art Sites 26-1 39-45
Cochran, Kjersti Ann Lung/ Palulukang Chinese ‘Dragon’ / Hopi ‘Water Serpent’ 21-3 501-504
Coffman, Ralph Rock Art and Early Cultural Diversity in Xingiang, China 26-2 87-102
Comba, Enrico Rock Art, Museums, and the Construction of Cultural Memory 26-2 55-58
Consens, Mario Vikings and Rock Art in Paraguay: Ethno-Anthropological Discrepancies 26-2 209-214
Consens, Mario, Anna Maria Bello, and Graciela Rodriguez Discourses around Exhibitions: Anthropological Analysis of Experiences in Rock Art Diffusion 26-2 49-54
Contreras Barragán, Blanca Eréndira, and César Armando Quijada López The Petroglyphs of “‘El Pedregoso’ In Sonora, Mexico”  21-3 51-60
Conway, Thor Ojibwa Oral History Relating to 19th Century Rock Art 15 11-26
Copeland, James Matthew Dinetah Ceremonial Rock Art and Cultural Affiliation in Northwest New Mexico 27 35-42
Coy Fred E., Jr. Kentucky Petroglyphs, Two Cases of Mistaken Identity 21-3 187-196
Crotty, Helen K. Rock Art of the Modoc Territory 5 22-35
Crotty, Helen K. Formal Qualities of the Jornada Style and Pueblo IV Rock Art: A Comparison with Implications for the Origins of Pueblo Ceremonialism 16 147-166
Crowley, M. Suzanne Rock Art of Saline Valley, Inyo County, California 5 36-49
Cuitzeo Domínguez, Martín Las Manitas Rock Art Site In Cañada De Cisneros, Tepotzotlán, México: An Analysis Using Visual Semiotic Tools 35 161-170
Culley, Elisabeth V. Examining Metaphorical Reasoning in Rock Art Production: Conceptualizations of Self in Coso Range Imagery 29 69-82
D'Amico, Diane H. Rock Art of the Northern Sinagua Area 4 128-140
Dandridge, Debra E., and James K. Meen The Degradation of Rock Art by Lichen Processes 29 43-52
Dandridge, Debra, and Allen E. Kane Vogel Canyon: A Case History of Federal Agency Rock Art Resource Management 21-2 27-32
Davenport, Marietta Rock Art Sites as Components of the Recreational and Spiritual Landscape in Sedona Arizona 21-3 273-276
Davenport, Marietta A. Hanson, John A. and Lesko, Lawrence M. The Rocks Remember. . . The Art of Snake Gulch 18 65-70
David, Bruno, Ruth Ann Armitage, Marvin W. Rowe, and Ewan Lawson Landscapes in Transition? New Radiocarbon dates on Cave Drawings from the Mitchell-Palmer Limestone Belt (Northeastern Australia) 27 107-116
Davidson, Howard M. The Occurrence of the Hand Motif in North American Indian Rock Art 1 151- 163
Dávila, Nahum Z. Solís and Araceli Rivera Estrada The Hunter’s Memory and Ritual Space: Interpreting the Rock Art at Loma El Muerto, Nuevo León, México 36 133-146
Davis, John V. A Prehistoric Water Control System at Hueco Tanks State Park 1 91-104
Davis, John V. The Occurrence of Pecked Figures at Hueco Tanks Pictograph Site 4 96-103
Davis, Nola Montgomery Photocopying Paintings of Rock Art for Curation 21-3 439-443
Davis, Nola Montgomery Measuring Rock Art with the Aid of Lasers 21-3 445-447
de la Luz Gutiérrez, María, and Justin Hyland Report on the Proyecto Arte Rupestre Sierra de San Francisco, Baja California Sur, Mexico”  21-3 61-68
Dean, J. Claire Hardware Store Conservation: Why This Week's 'Best Buy' May Not Be Such a Bargain 21-2 21-26
Dean, J. Claire Grappling with Graffiti at Petroglyph National Monument,&8221;  22 111-117
del Razo Canuto, J. Carlo Icamole, Un Sitio Ritual de Cazadores Recolectores en El Estado de Nuevo León 31 91-98
Devlet, Ekaterina Some Anthropomorphic and Ornithomorphic Images: The American-Asian Parallels 26-2 103-112
Dickey,  Jerry, and Don D. Christensen A Preliminary Comparison of Colorado Plateau Archaic Rock Art: Barrier Canyon and the Esplanade Styles 35 103-120
Dickey, Jerry, and Don Christensen A Functional Analysis of the Esplanade Style 30 89-102
Dickman, Jeffrey The Value of Rock Art Repositories and Their Application 12 89-92
Diethelm, Inge , and Heinz Diethelm  The Rock Carvings of Alp Carschenna, Switzerland 21-3 347-352
Diethelm-Loch, Inge, and Heinz Diethelm-Loch Teaching Rock Art in Switzerland: A Country without Major Rock Art Sites 26-2 159-160
Dillingham, Eric,  and Margaret Berrier A Preliminary Description of the Guadalupe Red Linear Style Components at Ambush Two Hands Shelter and Lost Again Shelter, Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico 37 17-36
Dobrez, Livio A . C.  Looking at our Looking: A New Approach to the Definition of a Rock Art Scene 37 253-266
Dobrez, Patricia  Deception Creek: An Architectural Petroglyph Site in South Australia 37 217-230
Docktor, Desiree The Significance of Rock Art Setting in the Interpretation of Form and Functuion: Preliminary Investigation of Two Yokuts Sites in California 9 63-71
Dolgovessova, Elena The Ritual Erotic Plots on the Rock Images of Southern Siberia 26-2 113-118
Domínguez, Martín C. Pintura Rupestre y Liminalidad 31 69-77
Don D. Christensen and Peggy Whitehead Preface 33 vii
Dorn, Ronald I. Paleoenvironmental Signals in Rock Varnish on Petroglyphs 18 1-17
Dorn, Ronald I. and Jones, Trinkle Ann, Bock, A.J. and Bock, Frank Preliminary Data on Radiocarbon Dating of Petroglyphs at Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona 19 31-39
Dorn, Ronald I., Edward and Diane Stasack, and Persis Clarkson Analyzing Petroglyphs and Geoglyphs with Four New Perspectives: Evaluating What's There and What's Not 27 77-96
Douglass, Amy A. From Rock Outcrop to Museum Exhibit: Teaching the Public About Rock Art 23 189-193
Erickson, Gregory F.  Post-Transformational Evidence for a Shamanic Soul Trip to Other Worlds 36 125-132
Ewing, Eve Preliminary Report on Cueva Halcon: A Major Discovery from the Sierra Mescalera, Southern Baja Norte, Mexico 12 111-122
Ewing, Eve Preliminary Report on Crack Feature Incorporation from the Franco-Cantabrian Regions of France and Spain 23 147-160
Farrell, Mary Margaret, and Jeffery Franz Burton Rock Art of the Southeastern Arizona Sky Islands: Eighty Sites on the Coronado National Forest 21-3 277-288
Faulkner, Charles H. Rock Art in the Underworld: Petroglyphs, Pictographs, and Mud Glyphs in Southeastern United States Caves 21-3 197-203
Faulstich, Paul Spirits on the Rock: Symbol and Structure in North Queensland, Australia Rock Paintings 10 1-28
Faulstich, Paul Introduction: Rock Art As Visual Ecology 21-1 1-5
Faulstich, Paul Evan Australian Aboriginal Rock Art And the Sense of Place 9 96-113
Fletcher, Milford, and Maynard Merkt Frequency of Occurrence of Classified Petroglyphs at Two New Mexico Sites 32 31-44
Fossati, Angelo Eugenio Shields and Warriors: Similarities and Differences in the Rock Art of Bear Gulch, Montana, and Valcamonica-Valtellina, Italy 34 105-122
Fossati, Angelo Eugenio, James D. Keyser, and David A. Kaiser Flags and Banners in Warrior Rock Art: Ethnographic Comparisons for Valcamonica and Bear Gulch Rock Art 36 109-124
Fowler, Daniel B. Indian Petroglyphs Recently Discovered in West Virginia 3 38-46
Freeman, Paul and Payen, Louis J. A Probable Solstice Site in Northern California 9 22-25
Freers, Steve The Hand Prints at CA-RIV-114: A Forensic and Anthropomorphic Study 27 319-332
Freers, Steven M. Lending a ‘Hand’ to the San Luis Rey Style 22 57-78
Fresko, David Rock Art of Southeastern Anatolia with Some Comparisons to Northern American Indian Rock Art  3 27-37
Fresko, David Review of Two Rock Art Sites in Puerto Rico 6 66-79
Frey, Dan A Crossroads in Time and Space: The Chiricahua Mountains Pictographs of Rock Canyon 32 53-62
Frey, Dan, Cesar Quijada, and Jane Kolber Los Petrograbados y las Pinturas de La Pulsera, Cucurpe, Sonora” or “The Petroglyphs and Pictographs of la Pulsera, Cucurpe, Sonora 31 136-154
Garcia, Linda Clara, and Paola Silvia Ramundo They are Going over our Heads! ‘Nos Pasan por Encima!’ 26-2 199-208
Garfinkel, Alan P., Geron Marcom, and Robert A. Schiffman Culture Crisis and Rock Art Intensification: Numic Ghost Dance Paintings and Coso Representational Petroglyphs 33 83-104
Garfinkel, Alan P.. and J. Kenneth Pringle Dating the Rock Drawings of the Coso Range: Projectile Point Petroglyphs 30 1-14
George, Peter B. A Recently Discovered Rock Art Site in Northern New Mexico 1 105-108
Ghinea, Virgile Prehistoric Art Interpretation, the Holographic Method”  21-3 17-22
Gili, Maria Laura Los Signos Rupestres del Cerro Intihuasi. Cordoba. Sur de la Sierra de Comechingones. Argentina 26-2 175-182
Gillette, Donna and Linda Hylkema Out of Sight, But Not Out of Mind…Revisiting a Significant Rock Art Site in Southern San Benito County, California 36 9-21
Gillette, Donna, and Teresa Miller Saltzman So What's a PCN? 29 105-109
Gillette, Donna, Billo, Evelyn, and Robert Mark From Gang Hangout to Educational Resource—Reclaiming a Cultural Treasure 26-1 47-52
Gilpin, Dennis The Talking Rocks of Carson's Wall: Navajo History and Settlement as Revealed at a Multicomponent Rock Art Site in the Chinle Valley, Arizona 27 59-66
Gilreath, Amy J. The Archaeology and Petroglyphs of the Coso Rock Art Landmark 25 33-44
Golio, JJ, and Mike Golio Hohokam Bola Petroglyphs in the South Mountains of Phoenix 30 111-118
González Arratia, Leticia The Making of Petroglyphs, as a Historical Conception of Time 21-3 149-154
Gordon, Mary Cupule Petroglyphs in Tulare County, California 16 227-236
Grant, Campbell The Need for Consistency in Rock Art Terminology 2 88-91
Grant, Campbell Some Painted Rock Art Sites in the Sierra Libre, Sonora, Mexico 3 47-62
Grant, Campbell The Occurrence of the Atlatl in Rock Art 5 1-21
Grant, Campbell An Introduction to Yokuts Rock Painting 6 21-35
Grant, Campbell The Bighorn Sheep - Pre-Eminent Motif in the Rock Art of Western North America 7&8 11-25
Grant, Campbell Clay Figurines and Rock Paintingss 9 77-81
Grant, Campbell Alder Cave (CA-VEN-347) 12 57-64
Greco, Margaret  Seeps, Springs, and the Pecos River Style Pictographs: ‘Renewing Reality’ in the Light of 25 Years 37 99-114
Green, Eileen, and Elaine Holmes Kohta Circus: A Mesoamerican Connection 27 293-299
Green, John W. The Study of Early Photographs of Rock Art Sites to Enhance the Accuracy of Later Investigations 2 66-82
Green, John W. The Four Seasons Rock Art Shelter: A Solar Seasonal-Indicator Site in a Texas Big Bend Region Pictograph Shelter 23 203-210
Greer, John The Painted Rock Art of Southwestern Venezuela: Context and Chronology 20 45-58
Greer, John, and Mavis Greer Human Figures in the Cave Paintings of Southern Venezuela 21-3 155-166
Greer, John, and Mavis Greer 1995 Rock Art Fieldwork in Southern Venezuela 22 79-94
Greer, John, and Mavis Greer Dark Zone Rock Art in Surratt Cave, in a Deep Cavern in Central New Mexico 23 25-40
Greer, Mavis and Greer, John Sun River Pictographs in Central Montana 20 25-33
Greer, Mavis and John Greer Rock Art and Well Pad Construction: An Example of Conservation from Wyoming 27 161-168
Greer, Mavis, and John Greer An Evaluation of Abstract Figures in Central Montana Rock Art 22 29-36
Greer, Mavis, and John Greer Bear Imagery in Central Montana Rock Art 23 85-94
Greer, Mavis, and John Greer The Importance of Rock Art Recording History in Current Research: An Example from Bear Gulch Montana 34 1-8
Greer, Melissa, and James D. Keyser Women Among Warriors: Female Figures in Bear Gulch Rock Art 34 89-104
Griswold, John Camouflaging Graffiti: The Problem of Outdoor Inpainting 21-2 41-46
Gronemann, Barbara J. Research and Recording of Relocated Rock Art 26-1 53-60
Grove, Margaret The Dancing Figures of Arnhem Land 26-2 119-134
Gutierrez, Manuel El Papel de la Educacion en la Conservacion del Arte Parietal un Ejemplo Interesante: El Caso de Angola 26-2 77-86
Hansen, Jörg W. The State of Rock Art Preservation and Climatic Change: An Example from the Central Sahara Desert 21-2 57-59
Harper, Kevin and Ann Alger Interpreting the Past and Looking to the Future: Rock Art Education at the Deer Valley Rock Art Center 26-2 45-48
Harris, James R. The War Twins Petroglyph and a Tentative Interpretation 7&8 165-176
Harris, James R. Zion Park Petroglyph Canyon Panel 10 40-47
Harris, James R. Corn Maidens in Anasazi Rock Art 12 123-131
Harrison III, James Burr  An Argument for the Expanded Context of Dart-Headed Figures in Pecos River Style Pictographs 37 75-92
Harrod, James B. Highlights of the Decipherment of Upper Paleolithic (European): A Protolanguage of the Human Spirit”  21-3 23-32
Harry, Karen G., Evelyn Billo, and Robert Mark The Challenge of Long-Term Preservation: Managing Impacts to Rock Art at Hueco Tanks State Historical Park 27 151-159
Hartley, Ralph J., and Anne M. Wolley Vawser Wayfinding in the Desert: Evaluating the Role of Rock Art Through GIS 21-1 55-76
Hawk, Ruth Visual Perception - and Mis-Conception 4 71-78
Hawkins, Bill, Arie, Jane C., Loendorf, Larry L., and Leo Karpinski Lessons Learned: Recording Sites and Assigning Ages to Rock Art Panels 23 103-110
Hayashi, Hiroaki Rock Art Education in Japan 26-2 59-62
Hayden, Nancy Lee Yavapai Cosmology: Early Timekeepers in the Prescott Area, Arizona 27 253-260
Hedges, Ken Kumeyaay Rock Paintings in Southern California 1 115-129
Hedges, Ken Southern California Rock Art as Shamanic Art 2 126-138
Hedges, Ken Rock Art in the Pinon Forests of Northern Baja California 3 1-8
Hedges, Ken The Rancho Bernardo Style in Southern California 5 51-58
Hedges, Ken Painted Pebbles from Lake Cahuilla, Imperial County, California 6 103-106
Hedges, Ken Great Basin Rock Art Styles: A Revisionist View 7&8 205-211
Hedges, Ken Phosphenes in the Context of Native American Rock Art 7&8 1-10
Hedges, Ken A Re-examination of Pomo Baby Rocks 9 10-21
Hedges, Ken Repainting in Kumeyaay Rock Art: Vandalism, Defacement, or Renewal? 16 63-70
Hedges, Ken The Petroglyphs of Zion Wash 18 53-63
Hedges, Ken Oatman Point: New Discoveries on the Lower Gila 20 7-12
Hedges, Ken Images of the Spirit World Vision Imagery and Spirit Beings in North American Rock Art 21-3 541-557
Hedges, Ken Notes on Basic Methods of Recording Rock Art: Philosophies and Procedures 25 191-202
Hedges, Ken Traversing the Great Gray Middle Ground: An Examination of Shamanistic Interpretation of Rock Art 27 123-136
Hedges, Ken Rock Art Styles in Southern California 28 25-40
Hedges, Ken Rock Art in Town: ‘Pilgrim Marks’ in Santillana del Mar 31 99-109
Hedges, Ken  and Steven M. Freers A Remarkable Pictograph Site in Western San Diego County, California 37 145-160
Hedges, Ken and Hamann, Diane The Palo Verde Petroglyphs: a Preliminary Report, California 13&14 9-16
Hedges, Ken and Hamann, Diane Look to the Mountaintop: Rock Art of Texas Hill, Arizona 17 44-55
Hedges, Ken and Hamann, Diane The Rock Art of White Tanks, Arizona 19 57-69
Hedges, Ken, and Diane Hamann Three Pueblo Rock Art Sites on the Nellis Air Force Range 23 111-120
Hedges, Ken, and Hamann, Diane Recording the Rock Art at Indian Hill, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park 22 37-56
Hernández Llosas, María Isabel Rock Art in Argentina: Method and Advances in Regional Archaeological Research 21-3 167-182
Hernández Llosas, María Isabel A Unique Discovery at the End of the Continent: ‘Perspective,’ A Technique Used To Design A Complex Rock Art Motif 21-3 183-184
Herrera Maldonado, Daniel Analysis of the Rock Art Feline Painting in Cueva de La Malinche, Hidalgo, Mexico 35 171-185
Heyd, Thomas Contemporary Significance of Northern Plains ‘Medicine Wheels’ 21-3 205-213
Hill, Sharon Paleolithic Engravings from La Marche: Discovering New Images and Meaning 26-2 141-146
Hogue, Kathleen Conservation Measures for the Rock Art of Kachina Panel, Southeast Utah 19 17-21
Holmes, Elaine 26CK6580: A Possible Basketmaker Rock Art Site in Southern Nevada 30 15-18
Holmes, Elaine, and Pamela A. Cramer Legends, Links and Likenesses: Mesoamerican Symbols in Southern Nevada Rock Art 28 181-192
Holmlund, James and Wallace, Henry Paleoseismicity and Rock Art in Southern Arizona 13&14 1-8
Horne, Stephen Analysis of Chumash Rock Art from Sierra Madre Ridge, California 2 114-125
Howard, Julia A., and Constance S. Silver The Comprehensive Preservation and Conservation Program for the Rock Art of Sego Canyon, Utah 21-2 33-40
Hows, Mark E.P. Hill Figures of the U.K. - An Overview 26-2 161-174
Huang, Jennifer K. K. Socio-Political Organization On Perry Mesa: What The Rock-Art Suggests 35 91-102
Hunger, Heinz Ritual Coition as Sacred Marriage in the Rock Art of North America 9 1-9
Hunger, Heinz Ritual Coition with and among Animals 10 116-124
Hunger, Heinz Ritual Coition with Inanimate Objects 12 75-80
Hyder, William D. Basketmaker Spatial Identity: Rock Art as Culture and Praxis 21-1 31-42
Hyder, William D. The C. Mark Oliver Award: Recognizing Excellence in Rock Art Photography 24 113-114
Hyder, William D. and Lee, Georgia Modoc Rock Art: a Reevaluation 16 237-252
Hyder, William D. and Oliver, Mark Style and Chronology in Chumash Rock Art 10 86-101
Hyder, William D., and Dario Caloss Rock Art Styles on the Bishop Volcanic Tablelands 28 41-52
Hyder, William D., and Georgia Lee The Shamanic Tradition in Chumash Rock Art 21-3 559-586
Hyder, William D., Lee, Georgia and Oliver, Mark Culture, Style, and Chronology: The Rock Art of the Carrizo Plain 11 43-57
Hyman, Marian, and Marvin W. Rowe Plasma-Chemical Extraction and AMS Radiocarbon Dating of Rock Paintings 23 1-9
Ibarra Asencios, Bebel, and Ricardo Chirinos Portocarrero El Arte Rupestre en la Sierra Norte del Peru: Petroglifos de Caullumachay Provincia de Huari - Ancash, Peru 26-2 215-220
Ives, Gay A. The Dolores Archaeological Program Rock Art Study, Southwestern Colorado 10 48-61
Jack, Jennifer Management of Rock Art Sites in the Paria Wilderness Area 13&14 149-151
James III, Charles D. and Davidson, Howard H. Style Changes of the Horse Motif in Navajo Rock Art: A Preliminary Analysis 2 26-46
Jobling, W. J. Recording Rock Art in Jordan 21-3 433-437
Jorge, VÌtor Oliveira, and Susana Oliveira Jorge Rock Art in Portugal: From the Palaeolithic to the Iron Age”  21-3 33-47
Kaiser, David A., James D. Keyser, Amanda K. Derby, and John Greer The Bear Gulch Shield Bearing Warrior: Defining a Cultural Type 36 37-52
Kaiser, David, and James D. Keyser Symbolic Superimposition: Overlapping Shield Bearing Warriors at Bear Gulch 34 37-60
Kalish, Pamela and William Nightwine Rock Art and Settlement Patterns in the Agua Fria National Monument 33 117-122
Kelly, Roger, and Daniel F. McCarthy Effects of Fire on Rock Art 27 169-176
Keyser, James D. ‘These Curious Appendages’: Medicine Bundles in Bear Gulch Rock Art 34 61-72
Keyser, James D. Size Really Does Matter: Dating Plains Rock Art Shields 36 85-102
Keyser, James D.  The Bedolina Horsemen: A New ‘Twist’ in Perspective 37 173-182
Keyser, James D., and Christopher D. Adams Cora Dutton Petroglyphs: A New Mexico ARPA Case 35 1-12
Khan, Majeed  Human Figures in the Rock Art of Saudi Arabia 26-1 61-66
King, Larry Conservation and Management Concerns in the Development of Rock Climbing Recreation Areas at Three Central Oregon Pictograph Sites 28 63-72
Kirsch, Russell A. Using Computers to Describe Style 22 153-160
Kirsch, Russell A. Photogrammetric Reconstruction of Petroglyphs 23 177-182
Knaak, Manfred Summer Solstice Observatory in Kumeyaay Land, San Diego County, California 10 79-85
Knight, Albert The Rock Art of the Sierra Pelona Mountains, Central Los Angeles County, California 36 71-84
Kolber, Jane The Rock Art of the San Pedro River, Cochise County, Arizona 17 56-62
Kolber, Jane Variations of Human Figures Throug Time and Space at Baird's Chevelon Steps 26-1 67-74
Kolber, Jane Introduction: Section Dedicated to Navajo Rock Art 27 1-3
Kolber, Jane Recording, Protecting, and Studying Navajo Rock Art: A Project in Chaco Canyon 27 17-24
Kolber, Jane and Donna Yoder Great Anasazi Rock Art of Chaco Canyon: Possible and Probable Implications 28 169-179
Kolber, Jane and Yoder, Donna Survey of Rock Art of Apache County, Navajo Reservation 1 57-63
Kolber, Jane and Yoder, Donna Anthropomorphs of Red Lake 4 104-107
Koskenmaki, Joyce Moral and Ethical Dilemmas in the Appropriation of Rock Art Images: An Artist's Journey 21-3 605-608
Krupp, E. C. Rock Star 35 79-90
Krupp, E.C. Archaeoastronomy Unplugged: Eliminating the Fuzz Tone from Rock Art Astronomy 21-3 353-369
Kunne, Martin Petroglyphs in the General Valley, Costa Rica. Problems in their Interpretation 26-2 135-140
Labadie, John Antoine Rock Art of Ohio: Looking into the Past and Establishing an Agenda for the Future 18 105-112
Labadie, Joseph H. Current Rock Art Research at Amistad Recreational Area, Southwest Texas 16 81-92
Labadie, Joseph H. Petroglyphs and Rock Engravings in the Lower Pecos Region of Southwestern Texas and Northern Mexico 18 71-80
LaForge, Aline Trailside Scratched Petroglyphs Along the Lower Colorado River 21-3 455-462
Lambert, Arnaud F. The Oaxtepec Megalith, Morelos, Mexico: A Re-Examination 35 147-160
Lambert, Arnaud F.  The Cupulate Complexes of Chalcatzingo, Morelos: A Preliminary Investigation 36 183-192
Lambert, Arnaud F.  Cup-Marked Stones and the Aztec Ritual Landscape at Chalcatzingo, Morelos, Mexico 37 183-188
Lambert, Arnaud F.  Further Notices of a Teotihuacano Presence in the Rock Art of Chalcatzingo 37 189-194
Landon, George M. The Petroglyphs and Other Features at Jagow Well 5 99-114
LaSarge, Diana R. The Wallula Stone's Journey: A Cooperative Effort Between Tribal, City and Federal Governments 28 57-62
Layman, William D. The Rock Art of Rock Island Rapids: A Historical Overview 11 76-87
Lee, David Finding Yidumduma 36 1-8
Lee, David M., and Courtney R. Smith Variation, Distribution and Context of Anthropomorphic and Zoomorphic Elements in the Rock Art Record of the Volcanic Tableland 29 53-68
Lee, David M., and Courtney R. Smith The Shooting Gallery Archaeological District, Lincoln County, Nevada 32 15-24
Lee, Georgia Decorated Burial Markers and Portable Rock Art of the Indians of the Santa Barbara Coast 4 177-190
Lee, Georgia Easter Island Rock Art: The 1981 Field Season 7&8 132-148
Lee, Georgia Rock Art of Easter Island: The 1982-1983 Season 10 174-194
Lee, Georgia The Protection of Rock Art Sites 16 1-9
Lee, Georgia The Role of Drawing in Rock Art Documentation 17 63-67
Lee, Georgia Hawaiian Petroglyphs: Recent Research 21-3 117-130
Lee, Georgia and Bock, A.J. Schematization and Symbolism in American Indian Rock Art 7&8 26-32
Lee, Georgia and Hyder, Willam D. Symbol and the Importance of Place: The Painted Rock of the Carrizo 17 47-55
Lee, Georgia and McCarthy, Daniel The Rock Art of the Stanislaus River, California 6 130-140
Leen, Daniel The Meyers Narrows Petroglyphs: The Archaeological and Ethnographic Context of a Northwest Coast Rock Art Site 6 48-65
Lemmon, Jean Robertson and Robertson, Nancy Rock Art of the Raton Section of the Great Plains Province 1 41-56
Lenssen-Erz, Tilman Metaphors of Intactness of Environment in Namibian Rock Paintings 21-1 43-54
Leska, Amy Newberry Cave, Mojave Desert, California: A Fresh Look At Newberry Cave And Its Paintings 35 131-146
Lever, Janet Rock Art at the Source 25 213-222
Lever, Janet In Touch with the Art 27 313-318
Lewenstein, Suzanne Rock Art of the Sierra Tarahumara, Chihuahua, Mexico: a Question of Cultural Affiliation”  21-3 69-77
Lim, Imogene L. Rock Art as a Cultural Heritage: Strategies for Administration 21-2 11-20
Loendorf, Lawrence Dinwoody Tradition Petroglyphs of Northwest Wyoming and Their Relationship to Coso Mountain Petroglyphs of Eastern California 25 45-55
Loendorf, Lawrence  and Laurie White The Kobold Site: Petroglyphs at a Buffalo Jump in Southeastern Montana 37 161-172
Loendorf, Lawrence L., and Linda Olson The Tolar Petroglyph Site 29 1-10
Lowrance, Miriam A. Rock Art of the Big Bend, Texas 1 28-39
Lowrance, Miriam A. El Dorado Through La Junta, Big Bend, Texas 2 47-65
Mack, Cheryl, and Larry King Parting the Waters - Re-Discovering the Goose Lake Petroglyphs 28 145-150
Maddock, Caroline S. The Sedona Pictograph Tradition 21-3 289-300
Maddock, Caroline S. The Face of Solstice 22 179-184
Malotki, Ekkehart The Owl: A Shamanistic Motif in the Archaic Rock Art Iconography of the Palavayu Anthropomorphic Style, Northeastern Arizona 22 1-18
Malotki, Ekkehart The Dragonfly: A Shamanistic Motif in the Archaic Rock Art of the Palavayu Region in Northeastern Arizona 23 57-72
Malotki, Ekkehart The Rake: A Polysemous Motif in the Shamanistic Rock Art Iconography of the Palavayu Anthropomorphic Style, Northeast Arizona 24 13-28
Malotki, Ekkehart The Use of Hallucinogenic Plants by the Archaic-Basketmaker Rock Art Creators of the Palavayu, Northeast Arizona: The Case for Datura 25 101-120
Malotki, Ekkehart The Serpent: A Shamanistic Motif in the Archaic/Basketmaker Rock Art Imagery of the Palavayu Anthropomorphic Style (PASTYLE), Arizona 27 237-252
Malotki, Ekkehart Liminal Animals in the Archaic / Basketmaker II Rock Art Iconography of the Palavayu Anthropomorphic Style (PASTYLE), Arizona 29 139-154
Mandt, Gro Material Culture and Myth: Snake Symbolism in Nordic Prehistory 21-3 505-512
Man-Estier, Elena Bear Images and Symbols in Prehistoric Art 35 237-246
Marangou, Christina Rock-Art and Landscape in Myrina, Island of Lemnos, Greece 26-2 147-154
Marcello, Nadia, and Paola Romero A School at the Museum 26-2 41-44
Marcus, Deborah and Noxon, John Rock Art of the Tassili Plateau, The Sahara, Africa 19 89-97
Mark, Robert and Newman, Evelyn Computer-Graphics Assisted Recording Uvas Creek Petroglyph Site 12 137-144
Mark, Robert and Newman, Evelyn Management of Petroglyph Rubbing at Two Pacific Northwest Coast Sites 20 19-24
Mark, Robert,  Evelyn Billo, and John Greer Hunters Shelter and White Oak Springs Pictographs: Pecos Miniature Art in the Guadalupe Mountains of Southern New Mexico 37 49-74
Mark, Robert, and Evelyn Billo A Stitch in Time: Digital Panoramas and Mosaics 25 155-168
Mark, Robert, and Evelyn Billo Application of Digital Image Enhancement in Rock Art Recording 28 121-128
Marshall, Francine Aesthetics of the Great Basin Pecked Style 3 80-85
Martin, Clay The Rock Paintings of Hueco Tanks 24 115-126
Martin, Donald Introduction to the Rock Art of Death Valley 3 144-150
Martin, F. Ellen Rock Art and Public Education in the Southwestern United States 26-2 71-76
Maxwell, T.J. The Narrative of Pictograph, CA-VEN-314 20 69-76
Mayer, Dorothy A Possible Astronomical Petroglyph Panel at Spanish Springs 2 139-156
Mccall, Grant S. No Rest for the Foragers? Mobility and Resource Acquisition in Hunter - Gatherer Rock Art 29 121-128
McCall, Grant S. Politics and Rock Art: Examining the Utility of Social Structure and Institutions for Explaining Patterns of Rock Art Production 30 149-156
McCall, Grant S., and Marie R. Richards Exploring Spatial Variation in Rock Art Site Composition at Ndedema Gorge, South Africa 34 123-132
McCarthy, Daniel F. Introduction to Rock Art of Joshua Tree National Monument 4 41-56
McCarthy, Daniel F. Rock Art Dating at Travertine Point 6 107-117
McCarthy, Daniel F. Rock Art Replicas: A Method of Recording 7&8 102-103
McCarthy, Daniel F. Stereo Photography: An Aid to Recording Rock Atr 9 34-36
McCarthy, Daniel F. Preliminary Report of the Rock Alignments of Panamint Valley, California 11 32-41
McCarthy, Daniel F. California Archaeological Inventory and Rock Art Studies 15 39-47
McCarthy, Daniel F. Rock Art Management Considerations at Lake Perris State Recreation Area, Riverside County, California 16 71-79
McCarthy, Daniel F. Index to American Rock Art Research Association Publications 24 133-172
McCarthy, Daniel F. Index. American Rock Art Research Association Publications 25 237-274
McCarthy, Daniel F., Payan, Louis and Ennis, Paul Use of Amino Acid Racemization Methods on Rock Paintings at Motte-Rimrock Reserve, Riverside, California 13&14 17-22
McClure Jr., Richard H. The Tsagiglalal Motif in Rock Art of the Lower Colombia River 5 173-189
McClure Jr., Richard H. Paired Anthropomorphs of Central Washington 6 36-47
McCreery, Pat Two Ritual Objects in Rock Art of the Lower Puerco, Little Colorado Region, Arizona 17 68-83
McCreery, Pat and McCreery, Pat Jack An Unusual Solstice - Observation Site in Southern Utah 7&8 149-157
McCreery, Pat and McCreery, Pat Jack A Petroglyph Site with Possible Hopi Ceremonial Associations 11 1-7
McGowan, Charlotte Female Fertility and Rock Art 4 26-40
McGowan, Charlotte Taiwanese Rock Art and the Legend of the Lady and the Serpent 13&14 153-161
McGowan, Charlotte The Piasa: One Community's Preservation of its Rock Art 15 1-10
McLane, Alvin R., and Oyvind Frock The Star Burst Solar Site, Pah Pah Range, Washoe County, Nevada 27 221-226
McNeil, Lynda D. The Indian Bear Dance: Related Myths and Bear Glyphs 25 133-139
McNeil, Lynda D. Climbing Bear, Spirit Helper: Companion Petroglyphs at Shalabolino (Siberia) and Shavano Valley (Colorado, USA) 27 301-312
McNew, Judie, and Larry L. Loendorf Pups, Suckers and Cats: Fish on the Rocks in Dona Ana County, New Mexico 23 95-101
Medina Vidal, Adriana Un Observarorio Astronomico en la Cueva Tau 31 57-67
Meighan, Clement W. Rock Art and Archaeology 7&8 225-229
Merrell, Carolynne L. Pictograph Perspectives, Photography, and Photo Electronic Imaging: More than Just a Pretty Picture 28 73-81
Merrell, Carolynne L. Buffalo Eddy: A Confluence of Influence as Seen Through its Petroglyphs and Pictographs 29 21-31
Merrell, Carolynne L. Lava Tube Cave Pictographs in the Great Rift of Southeastern Idaho 33 27-40
Merrell, Carolynne L., and Ronald I. Dorn Indian Writing Waterhole and Tom's Spring: Two Central Idaho Petroglyph Sites in the Great Basin Tradition 35 203-218
Mich, Kerri J., and Milford R. Fletcher The Resurvey of Petroglyph National Monument: A New Approach to an Old Problem 25 169-178
Miller, Frances J. Investigations at Y:3:1: (BLM) Archaeological District: An Example of Multiple Features in Association with Rock Art in Southwestern Arizona 15 105-110
Miller, Layne Rochester Creek, Utah 7&8 93-101
Millerstrom, Sidsel, and Tricia Allen Carved Rocks and Punctured Skins: An Analysis of Corresponding Tattoo and Carved Rock Images and Their Social Implications in the Ancestral Marquesas Islands and French Polynesia 21-3 131-138
Mitchell, Diana Comments, Diana Mitchell, Fremont County Historic Preservation 29 139-154
Mock, Shirley Boteler  Portable Rock Art of the Lower Pecos Canyonlands: The Symbolic Work of Women 37 115-134
Monteleone, Sue Ann Great Basin Rock Art: Numic Tradition or Multicultural Diversity 22 19-28
Monteleone, Sue Ann Rock Art in Context: Revisiting Captain Jack Shelter 32 75-86
Monteleone, Sue Ann, and Alanah Woody Changing Light in the Cosos 25 57-68
Moore, Edra Human Perceptual Behavior and its Implications for Rock Art Research 10 130-144
Moore, Elanie ‘The Cochimi Landscape’ in the Great Murals of the Sierra San Francisco, Baja California: Is Ron Smith's System Valid? 13&14 47-56
Moore, Elanie A Rock Art Drawing Survey 22 129-152
Moore, Elanie A. Rock Art Drawing Survey: Implications 23 169-176
Morales Jr., Reinaldo, and Melisa A. Quesenberry A Niche in Time: JD-5, Caribbean Cave Art, and the Fourth Dimension 31 35-56
Morales Vigil, Erika, and Aline Lara Galicia Del Cuacatl Al Cosmos: Pintura Rupestre en la Sierra Norte de Puebla 31 125-134
Morales, Jr., Reinaldo and Claudia Cunha Chapada Diamantina Rock Art: New Evidence of Nordeste Tradition Variations in Bahia, Brazil 30 137-148
Murray Ph.d., Wm. Antlers and Counting in Northeast Mexican Rock Art 15 71-79
Murray, William Breen Rock Art and Site Environment at Boca de Potrerillos, Nueva Leon, Mexico 7&8 57-68
Murray, William Breen Three Painted Rock Shelters in the Upper Tarahumara Country of Chihuahua, Mexico 9 82-88
Murray, William Breen Sky Symbolism in Huichol/Cora Religious Traditions as A Guide to Understanding Northeast Mexican Rock Art 21-3 371-379
Murray, William Breen Rock Art Studies in China 28 139-144
Murray, William Breen Marking Places: Graffiti, Inscriptions, and Rock Art in Northeast Mexico (and Elsewhere) 30 129-136
Murray, William Breen and Nunez, Juan Pablo Camacho Caballito Blanco (Oaxaca): Rock Art and Astronomy Context 16 167-176
Murray, William Breen, and Alejandro Espinosa The Natural Setting of Sheephorn Petroglyphs in the Eastern Sierra Madre (Nuevo Leon, Coahuila, Mexico ) 32 45-51
Murray, Wm. Breen Rock Art Sites of Northeast Mexico: Recent Explorations 26-1 75-80
Murray, Wm. Breen, and Hector Lazcano Atlatl Hunters of the Sierra Madre Oriental (Mexico) 27 261-267
Nightwine, William  Emotional Expression in Southwestern Rock Art 37 231-236
Nissen, Karen M. and Ritter, Eric W. Cupped Rock Art in North-Central California: Hypothesis Regarding Age and Social / Ecological Context 11 58-75
Noxon, John and Marcus, Deborah Waste to Create Waste? Potential Impact of High-Level Nuclear Waste on Rock Art in Canyonlands National Park, Southeastern Utah 11 18-31
O’Connor, Joseph T.,  Alberto Tesucun, and Josué Martinez Ramirez Mayan Graffiti/Arte Rupestre 36 159-170
O'Connor, J.T. A Cluster Analysis of Anthropomorphic Symbols in North American Rock Art 27 285-292
O'Connor, J.T. The Nampaweap Site Petroglyphs - Stars, Sex and Piñon Nuts? 28 193-206
O'Connor, Joe Mythology and Symbols in North American Rock Art 33 67-82
Odegaard, Nancy Approaches to the Care of Cultural Resources: Some Background of the Conservation Profession 21-2 1-5
Oliver, Mark and Hyder, William D. Meaning and Symbol: The Contribution of Social Organization to the Study of Chumash Rock Art 9 50-62
Oosterbeek, Luiz, and Ana R. Cruz Rock Art and Archaeology Education in Portugal 26-2 33-40
Pace, M.F.N., M. Hyman, M. W. Rowe, and J. R. Southon Chemical Pretreatment on Plasma-Chemical Extraction for 14C Dating of Pecos River Genre Rock Paintings 24 95-102
Parkman, E. Breck Pomoan Concepts of Power, Spirit, and Place 21-1 21-29
Parkman, E. Breck  Lungumari Puntilla: A Cupule Petroglyph Occurrence on the South Coast of Peru 20 35-44
Pearce, David Changing Men, Changing Eland: Sequences in the Rock Paintings of Maclear District, Eastern Cape, South Africa 28 129-138
Perales Munguia, Manuel F. Las Pictografias de Cori - Vinchos: Avances en las Investigaciones del Arte Rupestre en la Sub-Cuenca del Rio Pachacayo, Sierra Central del Peru 26-2 221-230
Phillips, Ann Pecked Stone Prayers for Rain and Warmth: Sand Island Petroglyph Panel, Southeastern Utah 29 129-138
Pilles Jr., Peter J. Petroglyphs of the Little Colorado River Valley, Arizona 1 1-27
Poetschat, George, and James D. Keyser Atherton Canyon Rock Art: Part of Central Montana’s Bear Gulch Complex 35 185-202
Poetschat, George, James D. Keyser, and John Greer Bear Gulch: Fifty Years Later 34 9-22
Poetschat, George, James D. Keyser, and Terence E. Fifield Pictograph Cave in Southeast Alaska: Expanding our Cultural Understanding of Rock Art 28 83-93
Poetschat, George, James D. Keyser, and Terence E. Fifield Kosciusko Island Alaska Rock Art 33 1-26
Poetschat, George, James D. Keyser, Betty Tandberg, Helen Hiczun, and Pat McCoy The Beaver Bowl: A Shaman's Petroglyphs in the Northwest Coast Art Tradition 29 33-42
Poetschat, George, James D. Keyser, David A. Kaiser, Robin Harrower, and Anthony Farque Interpreting Cascadia Cave: An Upstream Struggle 36 59-70
Pope, Gregory A. Weathering Impacts on Petroglyph Engravings and Rock Panels 27 97-105
Popelish, Linda Ann Stylistic Variation in Anasazi Rock Art, Canyon del Muerto, Arizona 4 148-155
Pye, Carolyn Sun Paints at La Cueva Pintada 21-3 215-219
Quijada López, César Armando The Rupestres Paintings in Tonatico, State of Mexico. “  21-3 103-114
Quijada López, César Armando, and Eréndira Contreras Barragán Rock Art in Sonora / El Arte Rupestre en Sonora”  21-3 79-102
Quijada, Cesar A. Rupestres Paintings in the ‘La Madera&$8217; Mountains (aka Wood Mountains), Sonora, Mexico 27 269-277
Quijada, Cesar A., and Jane Kolber The Rock Art of Cantera, Sonora, Mexico 26-1 81-92
Quijada, César A., and Jane Kolber Las Pinturas Rupestres de El Púlpito, Sonora” or “The Cave Paintings of El Púlpito, Sonora 31 1-10
Quijada, Cesar A., Kolber, Jane, and Erendira Contreras The Rock Paintings of El Leoncito, Sonora, Mexico 23 137-145
Quinlan, Angus R., and Alanah Woody Marking Time at Lagomarsino: An Exploration of the Competing Narratives of Rock Art Studies 27 211-220
Quinlan, Angus R., and Anne McConnell Preface 32 vii
Quinn, Harry M. Two Unusual Mountain Cahuilla Rock Art Sites in Riverside County, California 6 118-129
Rafter, John Michael Ethnography: An Alternate Pathway to the Stars 21-3 381-385
Ralph, Ronald W. Seminole Canyon State Historic Park: An Inventory of Rock Art Conservation 16 93-97
Ray, Melissa Marie The Shield Bearing Warriors of Bear Gulch: A Look at Prehistoric Warrior Identity in Rock Art 34 23-36
Rector, Carol Huber The Function of East Mojave Rock Art 3 151-156
Ricks, Mary F. and Cannon, William J. A Preliminary Report on the Lake County, Oregon Rock Art Inventory: A Data Base for Rock Art Research 12 93-99
Riggs, E. Gene Atlatl Hunters of the Sierra Madre Oriental (Mexico) 27 279-284
Riggs, Gene Rock Art Frontiers of the Classic Mimbres 31 155-163
Ripps, Lisa F., and James D. Keyser Spirits on the Wing: Bird Images at Bear Gulch 34 73-89
Ritter, Dale W. The Adored Abhorred Splendored Serpent 21-3 513-538
Ritter, Dale W. Cultural Contact Rock Art Records in North America 25 223-236
Ritter, Dale W. and Ritter, Eric W. The Influence of the Religious Formulator in Rock Art of North America 3 63-79
Ritter, Eric W. Management of Rock Art in the California Desert 4 1-8
Ritter, Eric W. Interpreting the Rock Art of La Trinidad, Baja California, Mexico with Regional Implications 10 157-173
Ritter, Eric W. Multifaceted Research and the Enigmatic Shingletown Cliff Paintings of Northern California 12 65-74
Ritter, Eric W. An Analysis of Mural Art and Rock Art Sites in the Acari and Yauca Valleys of Southern Peru 13&14 63-76
Ritter, Eric W. A Problem of Style, Settlement, and Subsistence: Rock Art at Arroyo San Juan and Los Horconcitos, Baja California Sur, Mexico 17 84-101
Ritter, Eric W. Archaeological Context and Explanation for Nevada's Massacre Bench Scratched Rock Art 21-3 463-484
Ritter, Eric W. Boundary, Style and Function: Extrapolations from Keno, Oregon Petroglyphs 25 81-100
Ritter, Eric W. The Rationalist Scientific Method in Rock Art Studies: The Serendipity Shelter, Nevada, Example 28 1-24
Ritter, Eric W. Paradigms and Petroglyphs of the Dry Lakes Plateau, Mono County, California 30 19-42
Ritter, Eric W. and Parkman, E. Breck Rock Art of the Foothills of the Northern Sierra Nevada - Southern Cascade Range Interface 18 81-104
Ritter, Eric W. and Rector, Carol H. Payen, Louis A. Marine, Terrestrial, and Geometric Representations with the Rock Art of the Concepcion Peninsula, Baja California, Mexico 7&8 38-56
Roberts Timothy E The Indian Hill Petroglyph Site (14EW1), Ellsworth County, Kansas: New Thoughts About Some Old Questions 33 41-52
Robinson, David W. Tierra Incognita: Rock Art, Landscape Biography, and Archaeological Blind Spots - A Case Study from Interior California 30 43-55
Robinson, Eugenia,  Joseph Reibenspies, and Marvin W. Rowe Blue Rock Art Paint in Guatemala: Not ‘Maya Blue’ 37 209-216
Rocchietti, Anna Marie Arte Rupestre en la Argentina: Una Nueva Sintesisa 26-2 183-190
Rodgers, Kendra, and Lawrence Loendorf  The Bear Dance Site: A Ceremonial Rock Art Site in Southeastern Colorado 34 155-166
Rogers, Alexander K. An Analytical Tool For Assessing Potential Solar-Oriented Archaeoastronomy Sites 35 121-130
Rogers, Alexander K. A Chronology of Six Rock Art Motifs in the Coso Range, Eastern California 36 23-36
Rogers, Alexander K., and Carolyn A. Shepherd A Site-Monitoring Partnership at Little Petroglyph Canyon, Coso Range, California 28 95-102
Rogers, Alexander K., and Frances G. Rogers Rock Art Analysis of the Terese Site, El Paso Mountains, California 30 57-67
Rogers, Hugh C. Tracking the Dinetah Hunter: Hunting Themes in Navajo Rock Art 27 43-48
Rogers, Richard A Overcoming the Preservation Paradigm: Toward a Dialogic Approach to Rock Art and Culture 33 53-66
Rowe, Marvin W. River of a Thousand Lingas 34 181-190
Rowe, Marvin W.,  Robert Mark, Evelyn Billo, Margaret Berrier, Karen L. Steelman, and Eric Dillingham Chemistry as a Criterion for Selecting Pictographs for Radiocarbon Dating: Lost Again Shelter in the Guadalupe Mountains of Southeastern New Mexico 37 37-48
Russ, Jon, Hyman, Marian and Rowe, Marvin W. Dating and Chemical Analysis of Pecos River Style Petroglyphs 18 35-42
Russell, Will G., Aaron M. Wright, Tina Carpenter, and Caitlin Guthrie Stained Rocks and Storied Walls: Fertility, Sexuality, and Rock Art In The Hohokam Landscape 35 27-42
Russell, Will G., and Aaron M. Wright Footprints To The South: The Search For Proto-Hopi Clan Symbols In The South Mountains Of Phoenix, Arizona 35 43-60
Sanger, Kay Analyzing Border Site Use with Rock Art at Carneros Rocks 20 59-67
Sanger, Kay A Fish Story: Realism or Symbolic Communication? Arroyo de las Piedras Pintas, Baja California 21-1 77-91
Sanger, Kay Kennedy Making Our Work in Rock Art Count 18 19-22
Saville, Dara Kachina Iconography of Piedras Marcadas Canyon, Petroglyph National Monument 28 151-159
Sayther, Terry and Deborah Stuart Rock Art of Northeastern Mexico: Petroglyphs of Coahuila and Nuevo Leon 25 141-148
Sayther, Terry T. Rock Art of Coahuila II. Twelve New Pecos Sites and the Electric Cross 24 77-84
Sayther, Terry T. Rock Art in Perpetuity: One Man's Journey from Paper and Silver to Digital Image and CD 26-1 93-96
Sayther, Terry, Deborah Stuart, and Allan Cobb Pictographic Rock Art in Actun Kaua, Yucatan, Mexico 22 95-102
Schaafsma, Polly Rock Art, World Views, and Contemporary Issues 21-1 7-20
Schaleben, Will Uses of Video - Rock ARt Research, Education, and Preservation 26-2 21-26
Scheller, Donald T. New and Nontraditional Films for Rock Art Recording 15 111-115
Scheller, Donald T. Site and Design Similarities in Rock Art And Urban Graffiti 19 41-48
Schiffman, Robert A. and Andrews, Stephen B. The Slippery Rock Petroglyph Site: Analysis and Interpretation of Ker-25 6 141-156
Schoonover, Grace, and Jane Kolber Chavez Pass A Prehistoric Trading Center and Rock Art Concentration in Central Arizona 21-3 301-310
Schwartz, Esther E. Wheels and Ships of Gjerpen and Other Petroglyphs near Skien, Norway 11 100-107
Scott, David A. Scientific Study of Chumash Indian Rock Art Pigments and Surface Deposits 21-3 395-410
Scott, Eric Mogollon Rock Art at Bigelow Crossing: An Inter-Regional Comparison 23 121-126
Scott, Sara A., and Carl M. Davis Rock Art Conservation, Dating and Protection on the Helena National Forest, West-Central Montana 31 11-21
Seglie, Dario Rock Art: Cultural and Noncultural Aspects 21-3 609-613
Seglie, Dario Save Rock Art 26-2 27-32
Serface, Roberta K. Study of Rock Art in Arizona 21-3 311-317
Smith, Courtney R. and David Lee Pictographs of the Volcanic Tableland, Inyo and Mono Counties, California 27 201-210
Smits, Luc Trance-related Themes in the Rock Art of Lesotho 21-3 567-570
Smits, Lucas G.A. Research on the Rock Art of Southern Africa in the 1980's 16 11-19
Snow, Gerald E. Petroglyph Calendar Panel at Chavez Pass, Arizona 33 123-126
Snyder, Ernest A Comparison of Hohokam and Possible Patayan Petroglyphs near Phoenix, Arizona 4 124-127
Snyder, Ernest E. Petroglyphs of the South Mountains of Arizona 1 109-113
Snyder, Ernest E. A Proposal for Developing a Uniform Rock Art Nomenclature System 2 87
Snyder, Ernest E. The Great Sinagua Serpent Pictograph of Hart Well Canyon 3 120-123
Sofaer, Anna Pueblo Bonito Petroglyph on Fajada Butte: Solar Aspects 21-3 387-392
Sofar, Anna, Volker, Zinser and Sinclair, Rolf A Unique Solar Marking Construct of the Ancient Pueblo Indians 5 115-125
Solís, Nahum, Daniel Herrera, and Araceli Rivera Agency and Structure in South-Central Nuevo Leon: The Petroglyphs at Loma d e Barbechos (Mexico) 37 195-208
Sprague, Jack, and Gale Grasse Lizard Cave: A Possible Solar Marker at CA-KER-5525 27 227-235
Stanley, Lori A. Recent Developments in Iowa Rock Art Research 26-1 97-104
Stasack, Edward, Ronald Dorn, and Georgia Lee The Petroglyphs of Kaho’olawe Island, Hawai’i 21-3 139-146
Steed Jr., Paul P. The Fort Hancock Rock Art Site 1 85-90
Steed Jr., Paul P. Towards a Classification of Rock Art Design Elements 2 83-86
Steed Jr., Paul P. Rock Art at La Cienega Mesa, New Mexico 3 115-119
Steelman, Karen L., Jane P. Childress, Jane Kolber, Marvin W. Rowe, and Tom Guilderson San Pedro Eye of the Cave: Painting of the Past Dated for the Present 30 119-128
Steelman, Karen L., Marvin W. Rowe, Renald N. Guillemette, Carolynne L. Merrell, and Richard D. Hill Little Lost River Cave, Idaho: Electron Probe Microanalysis of a Black Deposit Associated with Pictorgraphs 28 111-120
Steinbring, Jack Prehistoric Lunar Cultism in the Great Lakes Region: An Hypothesis Regarding the Old Copper Culture 3 9-26
Steinbring, Jack Late Archaic Dynamics Through Cross-Media Rock Art Comparisons 5 155-172
Steinbring, Jack Shamanistic Manipulations and the Algonkin Idiom in the Archaeoethnology of Rock Art 7&8 212-220
Steinbring, Jack Lake of the Woods Style: Petroglyphs of Probable Archaic Affiliation in the Northern Mid-Continent 7&8 76-86
Steinbring, Jack Dating Rock Art in the Northern Midcontinent 12 15-29
Steinbring, Jack The Need for a Method and Theory in Rock Art Conservation 13&14 23-26
Steinbring, Jack Phenomenal Attributes: Site Selection Factors in Rock Art 17 102-113
Steinbring, Jack The Rock Art of Wisconsin 24 49-63
Steinbring, Jack and Simpson, David The Mud Portage Site (DkKr-4): A Preceramic Context for Petroglyphs in Northwest Ontario 10 145-156
Steinbring, Jack and Steinbring, Sandra Manipulative Factors in Hawaiian Rock Art 9 89-95
Steinbring, Jack, and Anthony P. Buchner Cathedrals of Prehistory: Rock Art Sites of the Northern Plains 23 73-84
Steinbring, Jack, Jeffrey Behm, and Herman H. Bender Petroforms in the North American Mid-Continent: A Neglected Phenomenon 29 111-120
Stephenson, Christine M. Shamanism and the Rock Art of Bigelow Crossing 23 127-136
Stickney, Teddy Ethical Standards 21-3 449-451
Stickney, Teddy Lower Pecos River Style: Rock Art Recording Manual 23 195-202
Stickney, Teddy Preface 31 vii
Stoney, Stephan A. What Do We Know About Sheep Symbolism in Southern Nevada? 17 114-123
Stoney, Stephan A. Cupule Rock Art in Southern Nevada: An Analysis 19 49-56
Strange, William C. When the Stone Sings: What Meaning Might Mean in Rock Art 12 31-35
Strange, William C. Palimpset: Re-Thinking Superimposition in Rock Art 13&14 119-126
Strange, William C. Child of the Water, Child of the Wall: An Essay in the Semiotics of Barrier Canyon, Utah 13&14 77-81
Strange, William C. Bear Country: Likeness in Rock Art 16 211-225
Strange, William C. Touchstone: A Strong Role for Rock Art in Native American Studies 17 124-129
Strange, William C. Naramata and the Eskimo Tease 18 113-118
Strange, William C. Learning to Say Circle: The Costly Grammer of a Herd 19 9-16
Strange, William C. Laughter at Batequi 21-1 93-100
Strange, William C. Too Many Shamans; Reaching for Context at Rochester Creek 21-3 571-580
Strecker, Matthias Rock Art Paintings of Lajasmayu, Betanzos, Department of Potosi, Bolivia 16 189-210
Strecker, Matthias, Freddy Taboada Téllez, and Fernando Huaranca Rock Art Protection and Conservation in Bolivia 21-2 47-55
Sundstrom, Linea A Rock Art Chronology for the Black Hills 7&8 177-204
Sundstrom, Linea Rock Art Studies and the Direct Ethnographic Approach: Cas Studies from the Black Hills Country 26-1 105-114
Sundstrom, Linea Buffalo Gals: Images of Women in Northern Great Plains Rock Art 34 167-180
Sutherland, Kay A Classification and Preliminary Analysis of Pictographs at Hueco Tanks State Park, Texas 1 65-83
Sutherland, Kay A Comparison of Jornada Mogollon Mask Motifs with Contemporary Kachina Masks 3 124-143
Sutherland, Kay Hueco Tanks State Park, Texas: The Politics of Preservation 5 81-97
Sutherland, Kay Mesoamerican Ceremony Among the Prehistoric Jornada Mogollon 22 161-178
Swadley, Ben H. Actively Managing Rock Art Sites 35 219-236
Taylor, Michael W., and James D. Keyser The Columbia Plateau Scratched Style: A Preliminary Interpretation 29 11-20
Taylor, Michael W., James D. Keyser, and Phillip Cash Cash The Role of Women in Columbia Plateau Rock Art 34 133-154
Thiessen, Thomas D., and Charles R. Bailey The Pipestone Petroglyphs 26-1 115-126
Thomas, Jesse James Rock Art and the Phenomenology of Language 5 126-134
Thomas, Jesse James  Rock Art and the Religion of the Sky 7&8 33-37
Tratebas, Alice M Evidence of Paleo-Indian and Archaic Hunting Techniques 24 65-75
Tratebas, Alice M. Paleo-Indian and Archaic Petroglyphs on the Northern Plains 21-3 221-235
Turner II, Christy G. The Origin of American Rock Art 13&14 57-62
Turner, Wilson G. The Importance of Systematic Rock Art Inventories 9 37-43
Turpin, Solveig A. Speculation on the Age and Origin of the Pecos River Style, Southwest Texas 16 99-122
Turpin, Solveig A.  Size Matters: The Transition from Religious to Secular Art in the Lower Pecos Region 37 1-16
Turpin, Solveig A.  A Note about Things Worn on the Elbows of Pecos River Style Anthropomorphs: A Were-Cougar Motif from La Mulata, Coahuila 37 93-98
Urban, Sharon F. Recording Rock Art Sites as Archaeological Sites 12 133-135
Urban, Sharon F. Recording a Rock Art Site. What does that Mean? 26-2 1-10
Valadez Moreno, Moisés Ceremonialism and Shamanistic Representations in Nuevo Leon, Mexico 21-3 581-586
van Hoek, Maarten Atypical Cupules at Two Rock Art Sites in Southeastern Utah 33 105-116
Veni, George Geologic and Management Considerations in the Preservation of the Maya Naj Tunich Paintings, Peten, Guatemala 16 49-61
Vicente López, Julio C Algunos Petrograbados de Sinaloa 31 79-89
Vierra, Robert K., Alvin R. McLane, and James D'Angelo The Easter Rock Art Site Scratched Petroglyphs in Lander County, Nevada 21-3 485-498
Vuncannon, Delcie H. Grand Gulch: Southeastern Utah's Picture Gallery 2 5-18
Vuncannon, Delcie H. Do Diamond Chain Patterns Found on the High Desert Indicate Puberty Practices? 3 96-100
Vuncannon, Delcie H. Petroglyphs in John's Canyon, Utah 4 156-169
Vuncannon, Delcie H. The Ten Circle Horsehoe Intaglios of Mule Mountain 5 142-154
Vuncannon, Delcie H. Painted Cave in the Old Woman Mountains, California 7&8 87-92
Vuncannon, Delcie H. Dog Pictographs Define Settlement Area of ‘Sheepeaters’ 9 26-33
Vuncannon, Delcie H. Rock Art Diversity in Hells Canyon 11 89-99
Wainwright, Ian N.M. and Stone, Thomas G. Experiments to Remove Wax Crayon from Petroglyphs in Marble 16 21-33
Waller, Steven I. The Divine Echo Twin Depicted at Echoing Rock Art Sites: Acoustic Testing to Substantiate Interpretations 32 63-74
Waller, Steven J. Acoustical Characteristics of North American Rock Art Sites 21-3 237-240
Waller, Steven J. Spatial Correlation of Acoustics and Rock Art Exemplified in Horseshoe Canyon 24 85-94
Waller, Steven J. Rock Art Acoustics in the Past, Present and Future 26-2 11-20
Waller, Steven J. Sounds of the Spirit World: Auditory Perceptions of Depth at Rock Art Sites 28 53-56
Waller, Steven J. Psychoacoustic Implications of Prehistoric Art Inferred from Sound Measurements and Echo Myths 30 157-164
Waller, Steven J.  Thunderous Reverberation and Rock Art Storm Imagery 37 237-252
Waller, Steven J., and Daniel Arsenault Echo Spirits Who Paint Rocks: Memegwashio Dwell Within Echoing Rock Art Site EiGf-2 34 191-201
Waller, Steven J., David Lubman, and Brenda Kiser Digital Acoustic Recording Techniques Applied to Rock Art Sites 25 179-190
Warner, Jesse Some Considerations of Style and a Reappraisal of the Western Utah Painted Style 6 80-87
Warner, Jesse Engraved Pebble Style of the Salt Flats of Western Utah 6 88-102
Warner, Jesse A Practical Application of Nomenclature 9 114-120
Warner, Jesse E. The Enclosure Petroglyph Motif: One Possible Interpretation 7&8 104-116
Warner, Jesse E. Concepts and Significance of the Two and One-Horned Sheep 7&8 117-131
Warner, Jesse E. Problems with Current Element Lists 7&8 158-164
Warner, Jesse E. Assessing the Significance of Rock Art 10 125-129
Warner, Jesse E. An Introduction to Figures Representing a Double Entity 13&14 127-148
Warner, Jesse E. Sacred Space and Sacred Place, Both A Part of the Sacred Landscape of Power 21-3 615-632
Warner, Jesse Earl Shamanism and the World of Light and Shadow 21-3 587-601
Warner, Judith An Intuitive View of Waterflow, New Mexico 10 29-39
Warner, Judith S. and Warner, Jesse E. To Slay a Dragon 12 1-13
Warner, Judith S., and Jesse Warner Faces in the Shadows Can Talk to You 21-3 633-648
Watchman, Alan Potential Methods for Dating Rock Paintings 18 43-51
Watson, Editha L. Materials of Ancient Southwestern Art 1 131-135
Weaver Jr., Donald E. Three Pictograph Traditions in North Central, Arizona 10 102-115
Weaver Jr., Donald E. Sixteen Centuries of Rock Art at River House Ruin in Southeastern Utah 11 8-17
Weaver Jr., Donald E. Sinagua Rock Art: Petroglyphs at Lizard Man Village 13&14 83-114
Weaver Jr., Donald E. The Rock Art of the White Mountains-Mogollan Rim Area of Eastern Arizona 19 71-88
Weaver Jr., Donald E. and Rosenberg, Bettina H. Petroglyphs of the Southern Sierra Estrella - A Locational Interpretation 4 108-123
Weaver Jr., Donald E. and Slominski, Nancy Turkey Tanks: A Prehistoric Wayfarer Rest Stop? 15 80-103
Weaver Jr., Donald E., Robert Mark, and Evelyn Billo Inscription Point: Too Little Too Late? 27 137-150
Weinberger, Gay Four Forms of Yokuts Rock Art From Tulare County, California 9 72-76
Weinberger, Gay Yokuts Rock Art from the Post-Contact Period 12 145-150
Weinberger, Gay Distinctions in the Archaeological Context of Cupules 15 27-30
Weinberger, Gay and Gordon, Mary A Computer Compilation of Rock Art Data in Tulare County 18 27-33
Wellmann, Klaus F. X-Ray Motifs in North American Indian Rock Art  1 136-146
Wellmann, Klaus F. Some Observations of the Bird Motif in North American Indian Rock Art 2 97-108
Wellmann, Klaus F. Ships on the Rocks 3 86-95
Wellmann, Klaus F. The Jump-Across Creek Petroglyph Site in Bella Coola Indian Terrtitory, British Columbia 4 57-70
Wellmann, Klaus F. A Quantitative Analysis of Superimpositions in the Rock Art of the Coso Range, California 5 50
Wellmann, Klaus F. Shades of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Conceptual Dichotomy as Expressed in North American Indian Rock Drawings 6 155
Welsh, Peter H., and Ronald I. Dorn Critical Analysis of Petroglyph Radiocarbon Ages from Coa, Portugal and Deer Valley, Arizona 23 11-24
Whitley, David S. Ethnohistory and Rock Art in South-Central California 21-3 241-258
Whitley, David S. Use and Abuse of Ethnohistory in the Far West 26-1 127-154
Whitley, David S. What is Hedges Arguing About? 29 83-104
Whitley, David S., Simon Joseph M., and Ronald I. Dorn The Vision Quest in the Coso Range 25 1-31
Whittaker, John C., Sarah Koeman, and Rachel Taylor Some Experiments in Petroglyphs Technology 26-1 155-168
Williamson Ray A. and Young, Mary Jane An Equinox Sum Petroglyph Panel at Hovenweep National Monument 5 70-80
Wilson, Richard A. Rock Art at Arrow Canyon, Nevada 4 170-176
Wood, Albert W. Petroglyphs and Pictographs Explained Through Ethnohistory 2 92-96
Woody, Alanah Linking Past and Place: The Construction and Maintenance of Tradition 26-1 169-178
Woody, Alanah, and Alvin R. McLane The Distribution of Vulviforms on White Tuff in Nevada 24 29-48
Woody, Alanah, and Oyvind Frock An Experimental Approach to Pigment Analysis-Six Years On 32 25-30
Wright, Aaron M., and Todd W. Bostwick Technological Styles Of Hohokam Rock Art Production In The South Mountains, South-Central Arizona 35 61-78
Yoder, Donna Livestock in Navajo Rock Art: A Reflection of Life 27 67-72
Yoder, Donna and Jane Kolber The Anasazi Rock Art of Chaco Canyon: A Preliminary Report of Findings 28 161-168
Züchner, Christian Some Remarks on the Petroglyphs of Northwestern Spain 21-3 413-418
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