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Los elementos reticulados del Arcaico Gran Mural: Cuevas de La pintada y El ratón. Sierra de San Francisco, Baja California Sur, México.

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2019
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El conjunto rupestre del Arcaico Gran Mural, situado en las sierras centrales de la península de Baja California (México), integra manifestaciones rupestres figurativas, de gran tamaño (figuras de animales y humanas), asociadas a diversos elementos abstractos, entre los que destacan las formas reticuladas, divulgadas como ¿estructuras rectangulares, cuadrículas, dameros y parrillas¿ las cuales adoptan formas elipsoidales, ovaladas y rectangulares. La vinculación de estos signos abstractos, con las grandes representaciones, muestran figurativas, ocupa un porcentaje muy bajo entre estos conjuntos rupestres, sin embargo, estas asociaciones desempeñan nos parece de un papel muy significativo y gran interés para el estudio de las expresiones simbólicas de América.
The bodyset of Archaic Great Mural rock art Archaic Great Mural, located in the central sierrasmountains of the peninsula of Baja California (Mexico), integrates figurative rock art motifs of a, large size (figures of animals and human figures) associated with various abstract elements, including crosslinkedhighlight the crosslinked forms usually described, released as ¿grids, checkerboards and grills¿, which vary in shape fromadopt ellipsoidal toshapes, oval toand rectangular. The link betweenLinking these abstract signs and the, with large figurativefigural representations in rock art, has not received much attention. However, this association of forms isa very low among these rocks joint index, however it seems of great interest for the study of symbolic expressions in the Americas. of America.
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