The Cave Paintings of Baja California: Discovering the Great Murals of an Unknown People

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Sunbelt Publications, 1997 - Architecture - 246 pages
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This full-color account depicts the author's journeys to, and documentation of, a world-class archeological region in remote central Baja. The great murals of Baja, whose origins remain mysterious to this day, rank with those of southern France, northern Spain, sub-Saharan Africa, and outback Australia.

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THE CAVE PAINTINGS OF BAJA CALIFORNIA: Discovering the Great Murals of an Unknown People

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A lively archaeological detective story and a thorough survey of some of the most stunning and little-known artwork of America's prehistoric inhabitants. While the existence of giant outdoor murals in ... Read full review

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This revised and expanded edition of The Rock Art of Baja California is one of a series that focuses on the natural and historical heritage of unique regions. Crosby conveys a great sense of adventure ... Read full review

Contents

The Sierra de San Francisco
23
The Sierra de Guadalupe
111
The Sierra de San Juan
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