The Rock Art of Arizona
Art for Life’s Sake

by Ekkehart Malotki

Illustrations by Mary Jordan

Foreword by Janet Napolitano, Governor of Arizona

Softcover
200 pages
10" by 10"
Over 380 color photographs, more than 135 black-and-white drawings, numerous maps and charts.
ISBN 978-1-885772-37-4
Kiva Publishing

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Malotki, Ekkehart and Donald E. Weaver, Jr.

2002 Stone Chisel and Yucca Brush: Colorado Plateau Rock Art. Illustrations by Patricia McCreery. Walnut, California: Kiva Publishing. 210 pp.

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Patricia McCreery and Ekkehart Malotki

1994 Tapamveni: The Rock Art Galleries of Petrified Forest and Beyond. Petrified Forest National Park, AZ: Petrified Forest Museum Association. 194 pp.

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Rock Art Articles

 

        
        

Ekkehart Malotki

2012. Early rock art at the Upper Sand Island Site near Bluff, Utah, United States: addenda et corrigenda, Rock Art Research 2012 - Volume 29, Number 2, pp. 234-238. [PDF opens in second window]

 
        
        

Ekkehart Malotki and Henry D. Wallace

2011. Columbian Mammoth Petroglyphs From the San Juan River Near Bluff, Utah, United States, Rock Art Research 2011 - Volume 28, Number 2, pp. 143-152.[PDF opens in second window]

 
        
        

Ekkehart Malotki

2003. Liminal Animals in the Archaic/Basketmaker II Rock Art Inconography of the Palavayu Anthropomorphic Style (PASTYLE), Arizona. American Indian Rock Art 29: 139-154[PDF opens in second window]

 
        
        

Ekkehart Malotki

2001. The Serpent: A Shamanistic Motif in the Archaic/Basketmaker Rock Art Imagery of the Palavayu Anthropomorphic Style (PASTYLE), Arizona. American Indian Rock Art 27: 237-252. [PDF opens in second window]

 
        
        

Ekkehart Malotki

2000. The Rake: A Polysemous Motif in the Shamanistic Rock Art Iconography of the Palavayu Anthropomorphic Style, Northeast Arizona. American Indian Rock Art 26: 13-28.[PDF opens in second window]

 
        
        

Ekkehart Malotki

1999. The Use of Hallucinogenic Plants by the Archaic-Basketmaker Rock Art Creators of the Palavayu, Northeast Arizona: The Case for Datura. American Indian Rock Art 25: 101-120.[PDF opens in second window]

 
        
        

Ekkehart Malotki

1998. The Owl: A Shamanistic Motif in the Archaic Rock Art Iconography of the Palavayu Anthropomorphic Style, Northeastern Arizona. American Indian Rock Art 22: 1-18. [PDF opens in second window]

 
        
        

Beck, W., D.J. Donahue, A.J.T. Jull, W.S. Broeker, G. Bonani, I. Hajas, and E. Malotki.

1998. Ambiguities in Direct Dating of Rock Surfaces Using Radiocarbon Measurements. Science 280: 2132-2135 [PDF opens in second window].

 
        
        

Ekkehart Malotki

1997. The Dragonfly: A Shamanistic Motif in the Archaic Rock Art of the Palavayu Region in Northeastern Arizona. American Indian Rock Art 23: 57-72. [PDF opens in second window]

 
        
        

Malotki Ekkehart and Ken Gary

1996. Yoynawakna: A Petroglyphic Rain Payer at a Post-Spanish Hopi Site in Northeastern Arizona. European Review of Native American Studies 10(1): 13-17. [PDF opens in second window]

 
        
        

Ekkehart Malotki

1993. A New Name for Rock Art Discipline: Epipentology. Purakala (The Journal of Rock Art Society of India) 4(1-2): 15-17.