Vol. 47 (2021), pp. 71–77 • 1.30 MB • español
Military and Ceremonial Iconography at El Jazmin, a Rock Art Site in Eastern Michoacan, Mexico

José Luis Punzo Díaz, Dante Bernardo Martínez Vázquez, Ricardo Carvajal Medina

Arqueol. Iberoam.

This article is a research advance on the rock art site of El Jazmin, Michoacan, Mexico. It is located in the eastern region of the state, which is characterized by being a mountainous area that historically has been the scene of constant war conflicts from pre-Hispanic times to the twentieth century. We present a first analysis of one of the most interesting panels, because it has a significant load of graphics related to the war.

Michoacan; Mexico; rock art; military archaeology.

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Punzo Díaz, J. L.; D. B. Martínez Vázquez; R. Carvajal Medina. 2021.
Iconografía militar y ceremonial en El Jazmín, un sitio rupestre del oriente de Michoacán, México. Arqueología Iberoamericana 47: 71-77.

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Publication date: February 20, 2021.

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