Les gravures rupestres de Jordanie du Sud et enquête sur les pratiques de chasse actuelles

Abstract : The analysis of the rock art in southern Jordan permits us to establish an inventory of wild species and to understand hunting activity since prehistory. They also inform us about the method of hunting (individual, collective). The permanence of this activity today helps us to draw a portrait of the hunter: his morals and physical qualities.
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Saba Farès. Les gravures rupestres de Jordanie du Sud et enquête sur les pratiques de chasse actuelles. Maison René-Ginouvès, Archéologie et Ethnologie. La chasse, Pratiques sociales et symboliques, 2, De Boccard, pp.37-44, 2006. ⟨halshs-00129107⟩

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