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Acknowledgments The origin of this book was at the 2003 World Archaeological Congress (WAC-5), Washington, DC, for which the editors organized a session entitled “Caribbean Rock Art.” This session provided the opportunity to promote Caribbean rock art to a wider global audience.The editors subsequently included additional Caribbean islands beyond those presented at the congress to widen the scope of the publication. The editors would first like to thank the authors who contributed to this volume: Philip Allsworth-Jones, Pedro A. Alvarado Zayas, José Gabriel Atiles Bidó, Rachel Beauvoir-Dominique, Racso Fernández Ortega, José B. González Tendero, Divaldo A. Gutierrez Calvache, Jay B. Haviser, Sofia Jönsson Marquet, Harold J. Kelly, George V. Landon, Adolfo López Belando, Johannes H. N. Loubser, Gérard Richard, Peter G. Roe,W. Brent Seales, Kenneth S.Wild, and John H.Winter. We acknowledge the following institutions and individuals for their permission to reprint certain figures in the volume:Museo Arqueologico Aruba, The Institute of Jamaica, Evelyn Thompson, José Oliver, and Fred Olsen via the International Association for Caribbean Archaeology. We are extremely grateful to the staff of Panamerican Consultants, Inc., who provided infrastructural support including communication services, editorial and research assistance by Mr. Carl W. Thiel and Ms. Sharon M. Jenkins, and graphic preparation by Mr. Alexander G. Schieppati and Ms. Lauren O’Meara. The staff of The University of Alabama Press,with patience and forbearance , guided us through the submission process. Rock Art of the Caribbean ...


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