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Re: How is Rock Art aged?
Dec 19, 2012, 10:42
nigelswift wrote:
Good points all, but it strikes me it's strange that "rock art as maps" is under discussion at all without some clear examples having been quoted. After all, hills, springs, tombs etc don't move position so the connection would still be very apparent even now wouldn't it?

Yes , it would be good to see some new suggestions .To be fair you have to take each on it's merits , but all the others have failed so don't hold your breath . It is a common response for an explanation but as was appreciated by the mid 19th C it didn't work on on what was known then. There is also the general point also appreciated then , why ?
Springs can pop up and disappear .
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