Contents: Stylistic Transition in Grand Canyon Rock Art: Some Hypotheses Regarding the Grand Canyon Polychrome Style, Jerry Dickey and Don D. Christensen Dark Zone and Twilight Zone Pictographs in U-Bar Cave, Southwestern New Mexico, John Greer and Mavis Greer Pigeon Scratchings: Historic Native American Rock Art in the Sylvania Mountains, Nevada, David W. Valentine E=MC2: Implications of Power in Yuha Desert Geoglyphs, Jay C. von Werlhof The Power Rock, Bruce Boycks A Suspected Sunwatching Station in Cahuilla Territory of Southern California, David C. Brown, Jr. A Preliminary Evaluation of the Rock Art of the Granite Mountains, East Mojave Desert, California, Don D. Christensen, Jerry Dickey, and David Lee Watching for Sunwatchers, John Fountain Rock Art and the Origin of Theatre, Jon Nygaard A "Family Portrait" from Chadyr, Siberia, D.V. Cheremissin Style and Individual Identity in Rock Art Inventories, Don D. Christensen In Pursuit of the Esoteric: Some Philosophical Issues Regarding Rock Art Research, Jerry Dickey Rock Art of Southwestern Siberia, O. Winston (Bud) Hampton Where Opposites Meet: Mountain Lion Symbols as Hierophany, Bernard M. Jones, Jr. The "Calendar Woman," the Cult of the Goddess, and the Regulating Principle fo Fertility, Jon Nygaard The Faces of Canyonlands, Robert J. Pisapia
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