The aim of the present and coming issues of Adoranten is to present World Heritage sites all over the world.
Adoranten is an international peer reviewed rock art magazine and has been published annually since 1970. The magazine is published in 26 countries to museums, universities, archaeologists and members of the Scandinavian Society for Prehistoric Art.
- The cup-mark: the smallest, most frequent, cosmopolitan and most complicated symbol by Gerhard Milstreu & James Dodd
- Cup Marks on Stones in Danish Bronze Age Settlements by Pernille Foss & Jens Winther Johannsen
- Cupmarked “pocket-stones” from Late Neolithic contexts by Casper Sørensen
- Footprints in Central Indian Rock Art and particularly in Chhattisgarh by Meenakshi Dubey-Pathak and Jean Clottes
- Kanozero petroglyphs: history of discovery and investigation by Vadim Likhachev
- New 3D documentation reveals carved Stone Age and Bronze Age axes at Nämforsen, in Ångermanland, Sweden by Ulf Bertilsson
- Rock art and Celto-Germanic vocabulary. Shared iconography and words as reflections of Bronze Age contact by John T. Koch
- The application of high performance computing in rock art documentation and research by James Dodd
The Scandinavian Rock Art Archive
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