New Rock Art in Wales

Cup-n-ring at Garn Turne (click to enlarge)

Cup-n-ring at Garn Turne (click to enlarge)

Received the following from George Nash:

Dear friends and colleagues,
Enclosed is a paper that was published in Archaeology in Wales which I have managed to get turned into a PDF.  It is basically a round-up of recent rock-art discoveries in Wales up until 2006.  Several more significant discoveries have been made since then and will be sent on at a later date.
Take care,

Click here for the article in PDF-format.

(Click black-white square in upper right corner of the Scibd-box to see it in full screen)

Thanks George!


5 Responses to New Rock Art in Wales

  1. rockartuk says:

    Hi Adam and George,
    The post has been edited and there is a link to the corrected article.
    Thanks for the tip and effort to ensure the right info on the Blog.

  2. Hello Jan and all
    There is a corrected version of this PDF which shows the credit changed quite rightly to the first to photograph the art on stone 7 at Barclodiad y Gawres in 2001; Keith and Maggie Davison. I think George will have sent the new version to you by now, but if for some reason you do not have it please let me know.

    Could I ask everyone else please to ensure they use the new version of the PDF when it is available and destroy copies of the old.

    Many thanks and Kindest Regards

  3. rockartuk says:

    Hi all,
    I’ve attached the above mentioned PDF-doc to an e-mail and sent it to the RA-team.
    Not received? Pls let me know!

  4. rockartuk says:

    Hi Graeme and all,
    Oeps, I overlooked the following sentence in Google Docs:
    “Please note, at this time you can only share PDFs from the Docs list, not the PDF itself. Publishing a PDF so that anyone can view has not yet been implemented.”
    So I have to “share” it with you and the other readers.
    See what I can do. Let me know when this document is (not) readable for you.
    Sorry for the mess!

  5. Graemec says:

    I would be interested to take a look at this, but do i have to have a google account to access this PDF file?
    I’m interested to see the general distribution of the Welsh carved rocks.

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