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A COMBAT ARCHAEOLOGY VIEWPOINT ON WEAPON REPRESENTATIONS IN NORTHWEST ARABIAN ROCK ART
C. AKSOY Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry
This paper seeks to define how far we can associate weapon representations in rock art of northwest Arabia with the technological changes and the artists' perceptions about violence and warfare. In the pursuit of this goal, various representations of weapons and copper alloy weapons from northwest Arabia are discussed with emphases placed on design and use. The rock art representations of bows, daggers, swords, shields and body armours are categorised in respect of their typological featuresfatcat:yltqrzzmwzg63b6enqjv6litri