Researchers have shed light on the story behind a large sandstone rock art site in Central Queensland that features seven star-like designs, large snake-like designs, six-toed human feet and even a penis. Professor Paul Tacon and Dr Andrea Jalandoni from the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research and Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution […]
Digital archaeologist Andrea Jalandoni has received a national fellowship that will support her pioneering fieldwork around the globe.
Stunning Arnhem Land rock art images have been described by researchers in Australian Archaeology.
The largest study of South-East Siberian rock art since the 1980s reveals the complex web of human social and cultural connections drawn over thousands of years.
New papers written and co-written by Griffith researcher Professor Paul Taçon highlight emerging challenges to conservation efforts.
A Griffith University unit dedicated to the protection of Australia’s rock art heritage has received a $10,000 boost and the Gold Coast donor wants others to follow his example. Leading Australian ophthalmologist Dr John Kearney was moved to make the donation after attending a lecture by Professor Paul Tacon, founder of Griffith University’s Place, Evolution […]
A team of international archaeologists led by Professor Paul Tacon have discovered India's earliest rock art.