Geoglyphs in time and space

Jay von Werlhof

Resumen


Poniendo de la relación entre el arte y la  religión, este artículo examina dos tipos de arte construidos sobre la tierra  misma: alineamiento de piedras y geógrafos. Aquí  se exponen brevemente las diferencias y semejanzas de forma y contenido de este arte en varias regiones y finalmente se proponen algunas teorías sobre su significado religioso.


Palabras clave


Geoglifos; Alineamiento de piedras; Arte; Religión


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