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Associations for the Study and Protection of Rock Art

Several very strong groups around the world study, discuss, and work to protect ancient rock art.

American Rock Art Research Association
ARARA is the society in the United States for professionals and amateurs.

The Australian Rock Art Association web site; run by archaeologist Robert G. Bednarik and contains lots of good information.

Bradshaw Foundation
From Grahame L. Walsh and the Bradshaw Foundation, information on the activities of the non profit organization, named after the Bradshaw site in Kimberley, Australia.

The Cave Paleontology and Research Archive, this new completely electronic journal is sponsored by the British Cave Research Association.

IFRAO: The International Federation of Rock Art Organizations
This home page contains contacts for rock art organizations throughout the world, and a series of commentaries by Robert Bednarik.

Peruvian Rock Art Association
The Peruvian Rock Art Association is involved in research, field visits, publication, promotion and protection of the rock art of Peru

The online bulletin for rock art researchers is back on line again, with lots of research articles, news stories, a bulletin board, the works.

A beautiful and frequently updated site, from the Upper Mississippi River.

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