Rock art landscapes beside the Jubbah palaeolake, Saudi Arabia

Jennings, Richard P., Shipton, Ceri, Al-Omari, Abdulaziz, Alsharekh, Abdullah M., Crassard, Remy, Groucutt, Huw and Petraglia, Michael D. (2013) Rock art landscapes beside the Jubbah palaeolake, Saudi Arabia. Antiquity, 87 337: 666-683.

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Author Jennings, Richard P.
Shipton, Ceri
Al-Omari, Abdulaziz
Alsharekh, Abdullah M.
Crassard, Remy
Groucutt, Huw
Petraglia, Michael D.
Title Rock art landscapes beside the Jubbah palaeolake, Saudi Arabia
Journal name Antiquity   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0003-598X
1745-1744
Publication date 2013-09-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 87
Issue 337
Start page 666
End page 683
Total pages 18
Place of publication York, United Kingdom
Publisher Antiquity Publications
Collection year 2014
Language eng
Formatted abstract
The authors have undertaken a systematic survey of rock art along the Jubbah palaeolake in northern Saudi Arabia and interpret the results using GIS. They conclude that the overwhelming majority of prehistoric rock art sites overlook contemporary early Holocene palaeolakes, and that the distribution of later Thamudic rock art offers insights into human mobility patterns at Jubbah in the first millennium BC.
Keyword Arabia
Holocene
Tenth millennium BP
Thamudic
Rock art
Palaeolakes
Landscape
GIS
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes Authors prepress title: "A spatial rock art survey of four jebels at Jubbah Oasis, Saudi Arabia".

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Sub-type: Article (original research)
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