2 edition of pit-and-groove petroglyph style in Southern California found in the catalog.
pit-and-groove petroglyph style in Southern California
Bibliography: p. 19-22.
|Statement||by Rick Minor.|
|Series||Ethnic technology notes -- No. 15|
|LC Classifications||E78C15 M55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p., 5 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||22|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Minor, Rick. Pit-and-groove petroglyph style in southern California. San Diego: San Diego Museum of Man, The Pit-and-groove Petroglyph Style in Southern California - Ethnic Technology Notes #15 [RICK MINOR] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Pit-and-groove Petroglyph Style in Southern California - Ethnic Technology Notes #15Author: RICK MINOR. FONTANA PIT AND GROOVE PETROGLYPH SITE Description: Registration Date: 4/17/ Location: City: Fontana County: San Bernardino Directions: Back Return to Listed Resources Listing.
() propose that pit and groove petroglyphs are the oldest form of rock art in the Gre at Basin, and Parkman () suggests a pre-Hokan provenance Author: Pei-Lin Yu.
Author(s): True, D. L; Baumhoff, M. A | Abstract: Because of a long-term research interest in pitted rock petroglyphs, we were interested and somewhat concerned several years ago when Minor () published his paper "The Pit and Groove Petroglyph Style in Southern California".
Our interest was in the description of the southern California examples, the distribution data, and the fact that Cited by: 5. which held the Pit-and-Groove petroglyph style as oldest, followed by Great Basin Curvilinear, Great Basin Rectilinear, Great Basin Representational, and Great Basin Scratched, the last essentially coeval with pictographs (painted designs).
However, he felt that the Pit-and-Groove style was much older thanFile Size: KB. Some boulders bear arrays of deeply patinaed cupules. These ancient “conical pits” associated occasionally with lines or grooves led to Baumhoff and Heizer’s in (and ) typing the “pit-and-groove” petroglyph style.
They conjectured that this style represented the earliest petroglyphs in a wide expanse of the Great Basin.
Prehistoric Rock Art of Nevada and Eastern California. pecked petroglyphs petro petroglyph elements petroglyph sites petroglyph styles Petroglyph symbols photographs pictographs Pit-and-Groove style pits prehistoric probably range recorded rock surfaces Scratched shamans shown in figure Prehistoric Rock Art of Nevada and Eastern.
Northern Pit-and-Groove Variant Pit-and-Groove Heizer and Baumhoff (); Payen (); Hedges (); Minor () Southern Cupule Variant Cupule Hedges (); Minor (); Smith and Lerch (); McCarthy () *Style well outside the study area Figure 2.
Rock art styles in Southern California. Cupule petroglyphs are found through-out the File Size: 4MB. The Pit-and-Groove Petroglyph Style in Southern California.San Diego Museum of Man, Ethnic Technology Notes No. 15, paper. Stapled wraps and black taped spine constitute the "binding". 22 pages plus 5 plates.
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Richmond, CA Davis, J. CA-SCL Site Report, Northwest Information Center, California Archaeology Inventory, Sonoma State File Size: KB. San Bernardino County, along with Riverside County, comprise the Southern California region known as the Inland (the earliest recorded use of the term “Inland Empire”) the region was known as “The Orange Empire.” Both San Bernardino and Riverside counties are inland — the nearest point in San Bernardino County to the sea is about 43 kilometers — but today their.
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For ordering information and shipping rates, please proceed to the order information page. More out-of-print rock art titles can be found on the out-of-print page. Identical rocks are found in many parts of the world and the style may well be the oldest in California.” David Whitley agrees, “The Far Western Pit and Groove Tradition” is “the one pan-California rock art tradition.” Ethnographic data associates most Pit and Groove tradition in California with female fertility (Whitley book, 98).
The Pit-and-Groove Petroglyph Style in Southern California. San Diego Museum of Man Ethnic Technology Notes No. Stone Enclosure Sites in San Diego County.
Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 11(4) Minshall, Herbert L. Bipolar Flaking in Quartzite at Buchanan Canyon. Anthropological Journal of Canada - Explore darthjenni's board "Rock Art, Waterglyphs", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Rock art, Art and Glyphs pins. Style 7 rock art: petroglyph sites and attempte to classify: panels are more complex and: these resources by the style ofelements present.
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Designs at a number of these sites are cupules, also termed the pit and groove style. These simplest of pecked petroglyphs may be examples of a widespread and archaic tradition, although cupules were made in California up to the ethnographic present (about years ago).
The ribstones fall into the Pit and Groove Style (Heizer and Baumhoff ) which has long been regarded as the earliest identifiable rock art style in North America (Parkman ). Tentative evidence of this has emerged from the excavation of a ribstone site near the village of Scapa, Alberta (Head ).
Joumal of Califomia and Great Basin Anthropology Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. Creating Thunder: The Western Rain-Making Process E. BRECK PARKMAN, California Park Service, Silverado District, 20 East Spain St., Sonoma, CA I HERE are few things.
From Fallon Nevada. This stone shows Pit and Groove (ca. bp) petroglyphs, Great Basin Curvilinear (cabp) and holes made by grinding nuts and grain. Petroglyphs are carved into rocks and can be dated by the amount of "Desert Varnish" which has formed over the carving. For Next Slide Click on Picture Previous Slide.
To Main Petroglyph Page. Ancient societies have been leaving telltale signs of their existence in the form of rock art for thousands of years. In fact, petroglyphs discovered on the west side of Nevada's dried-up Winnemucca Lake in western Nevada are betw to 14, years old, making them the oldest rock art ever dated in North America.
Who may have made them is a mystery, though the older date. the “type site” for the “Pit-and-Groove” style of rock art defined by Heizer and Baumhoff ().
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Lagomarsino Canyon Petroglyph Site: Only one. Glyph: Slang for a petroglyph motif; in archaeology, a symbol in a writing system Grinding slick: A flat or shallow surface depression formed by grinding or crushing of foods with a stone. Great Basin: A desert region of the western United States comprising most of Nevada and parts of Utah, California, Idaho, Wyoming, and Oregon.
Coined by John. In North America it has long been proposed that the ‘pit-and-groove’ petroglyphs or ‘pitted boulder’ genres are the oldest ‘style’ (Heizer and Baumhoff ; Grant ; Baumhoff ; Parkman ) [5,52,59,82], and that some cupule traditions date back to ‘pre-Hokan’ times, i.e., that they are of the final Pleistocene (Parkman Cited by: 1.
The Slakaiya Rock of Northern California is pictured and analyzed in Daniel G. Foster and John W. Foster, Slakaiya Rock (CA-TRI-1): A Rediscovered Petroglyph Site Near the Eel River, Trinity County, California Essays in California Archaeology: A Memorial to Franklin Fenenga, editors Silliam J.
Wallace and Francis A. Riddell, Number Full text of "Background to historic and prehistoric resources of the East Mojave Desert region" See other formats. Cup-Marks and Pre-Historic Rock Carvings: Portals to Other Realms by Gary R Varner. Share Save Follow Me.
What is the purpose behind the ancient stone carvings found around the world--a shaman's passage to the spirit world, healing or curses.
Cup marks are those shallow cup-like indentations ground into boulders and megaliths the world over. Full text of "The Archaeology of the McCain Valley Study Area in eastern San Diego County, California: a scientific class II cultural resource inventory" See other formats.
Including both pictographs (paintings) and petroglyphs (carvings), the rock art at these sites was created as early as 7, years ago until as recently as the late s.
Although petroforms—a third type of rock art composed of outlines cut in desert pavement or boulders laid out in the form of animals or humans—are found elsewhere in. published by the University of California Press. It is a edition of a book previously copyrighted by the Regents of the University of California in This book is well made and contains pages with 18 pages of introductory material.
It includes 24 pages of plates that show excellent examples of the petroglyphs being studied. Identical rocks are found in many parts of the world and the style may well be the oldest in California.” David Whitley agrees, “The Far Western Pit and Groove Tradition” is “the one pan-California rock art tradition.” Ethnographic data associates most Pit and Groove tradition in California with female fertility (Whitley book, 98).
pierres à cupules, ecuelles, tacitas, puntos acoplados, punc-tates, molcajetes, lakouva, ythrolakkos, bljudce, erime tavasi, and so forth, all apparently designed to describe the same general phenomenon. However, just as there were almost as many terms in use as there were inﬂ uential researchers engaged in investigating such features, there was.
In the river valleys of western Oregon, the few sites that are known represent the Columbia Plateau Tradition and a little-known California rock art expression called the Far Western Pit and Groove Tradition, which is the product of Tututni and Kalapuya artists.
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Garfinkel. La Pintura, Vol. 42, No. For example, the oldest are believed to be the most simple, having a “pit and groove” pattern. Later images include more complex designs such as a lizard, the sun, and deer.
A good source of information about petroglyphs is David S. Whitley’s “A Guide to Rock Art Sites, Southern California and Southern Nevada,” published by Mountain. Science Year, The World Book Annual Science Supplement.
Bean, L.J. Power and its Application in Native California. Journal of California Anthropology Bednarik, R.G. Epistemology and Palaeolithic rock art. Rock Art Research Berrier, M. Proposed Documentation and Storage of Data.
Abstract rock art often consists of simple dots, dotted or concentric circles, lines, curves and pit and groove lines (Von Petzinger ; Ravilious ). Cave art of the Chumash people, c. years old. Painted Cave near Santa Barbara, California. THE ASCENDANCE OF HUNTING DURING THE CALIFORNIA MIDDLE ARCHAIC: AN EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVE.
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