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Une gravure rupestre dans l'Adrar des Iforas (Mali) identique aux "roses camuniennes"du val Camonica (Italie)

Abstract : The marginal presence of this motif called "Camunian Rose" not only in Mali and in Italy, but also in Portugal, in England and in Sweden, bears witness to interactions over extremely long distances between the Bronze and the old Iron Âges from the North Sea to the southern border of the Sahara, under conditions which are impossible to determine in the absence of a reliable archaeological context.
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Christian Dupuy. Une gravure rupestre dans l'Adrar des Iforas (Mali) identique aux "roses camuniennes"du val Camonica (Italie). Les Cahiers de l'AARS, Saint-Lizier : Association des amis de l'art rupestre saharien, 2010, pp.117-126. ⟨halshs-00624486⟩

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