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Querétaro International Rock Art Colloquium

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Videos from the Querétaro International Rock Art Colloquium (Coloquio Internacional de Arte Rupestre Querétaro) which took place October 10-12, 2019.

In the framework of the 80th anniversary of the creation of the National Institute of Anthropology and History and the 35 years of its presence in the state, the INAH Querétaro Center through the Regional Museum, presents as part of the commemorative events the First International Rock Art Colloquium, whose objective will be to spread the value of the rock heritage of the region, as well as to promote its conservation and protection.

At 35 years of creation, the work of archaeological research stands out, thus contributing to the expansion of the frontiers of study of the pre-Hispanic past of what is known as the northern center of Mexico. In this sense, since 1989 it began with the registration and systematic analysis of rock art, which since 1996 has intensified until today obtaining remarkable results around its origin and meaning.

Key Links
https://www.inah.gob.mx/boletines/8563-inicia-coloquio-internacional-de-arte-rupestre-en-queretaro
http://culturaqueretaro.gob.mx/iqca/sitio/eventoscontroller/evento/1322
Boletin
Facebook Event
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Ponencia Magistral
Volviendo a lo básico: arqueología del arte rupestre
Pedro María Argüello García

Ponencia Magistral
Estudiar el arte rupestre: un desafío premiado
Brigitte Faugère
https://youtu.be/s8nLLEh-VRI

Mesa 1: Relexiones teórico metodológicas y arqueometría aplicada

Ponencias:
Epistemología del arte rupestre en la investigación arqueológica en México
Alma Nohemí Vega Barbosa

Integrar lo externo y lo interno. Nuevas reflexiones teóricas en construcción a propósito del arte rupestre
Francisco Mendiola Galván

Registro arqueométrico y estudio de petrograbados en el
Yohualtécatl (cerro de Guerrero), Sierra de Guadalupe
José Alfonso Araiza Gutiérrez
Rocío Berenice Jiménez González

Caracterización elemental de pigmentos empleados en pintura rupestre, sitio la Ba´cuana, Istmo de Tehuantepec, Oaxaca
Alejandro Mitrani
Edgar Casanova González
Isaac Rangel Chávez,
Fernando Berrojalbiz
José Luis Ruvalcaba Sil

Mesa 3 parte 2: Panorama del arte rupestre en el norte de México
y sur de Estados Unidos

Ponencias:

La reformulación del paisaje sagrado tepehuan en la época Colonial, Durango, México, a través del arte rupestre
Fernando Berrojalbiz

Petrograbados de la Sierra de la Palma, en el municipio de Altamira, Tamaulipas. Posibles símbolos para rituales del agua
Gustavo Ramírez Castilla

Una imagen temprana de la serpiente-ave-felino y su posible vínculo con Venus. Arte rupestre del sitio Halo Shelter en el Lower Pecos, Texas
Diana Paulina Radillo Rolón

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