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Dr Alice Samson's Caribbean project featured in 'Antiquity'

last modified Nov 22, 2013 11:24 AM
New work on caves and their landscapes in the pre-Columbian Caribbean opens up an exciting opportunity to expand our knowledge of Caribbean rock art on these well-preserved, yet fragile cave walls.

  

Isla de Mona caves

Entrances and access routes to the caves on Isla de Mona frequently involve climbing along cliff faces or scrambling through small apertures. 

Cave art - Samson

Examples of pre-Columbian iconography.

View Antiquity’s Project Gallery for more information on this project: http://antiquity.ac.uk/projgall/samson338/

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