Pastoralist rock art in the Black Desert of Jordan

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Brusgaard, N.O.;
(2015)

This paper discusses the current problems that exist with the rock art research of the Black Desert in Jordan and presents some preliminary field results of the author’s research on the petroglyphs. It also explore the possibilities that the rock art affords to learn mo... View more
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