Landscape Construction and Long-Term Economic Practices: an Example from the Spanish Mediterranean Uplands Through Rock Art Archaeology

@article{Berrocal2014LandscapeCA,
  title={Landscape Construction and Long-Term Economic Practices: an Example from the Spanish Mediterranean Uplands Through Rock Art Archaeology},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Cruz Berrocal and Mar{\'i}a Sebasti{\'a}n L{\'o}pez and Antonio Uriarte Gonz{\'a}lez and J. L{\'o}pez-S{\'a}ez},
  journal={Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory},
  year={2014},
  volume={21},
  pages={589-615}
}
We argue in this paper that Levantine rock art in the Spanish Mediterranean basin allows us to ‘map’ the economic landscape of its makers. Rock art would be the ‘monumental’ side of a dual process of landscape construction: on the one hand, rock art is the first ‘cultural’ action on the landscape beginning in the Early Neolithic; on the other hand, the first evidence of active modification of the Mediterranean vegetation comes from this period. But this evidence as well as other kinds of… Expand
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