Native American Rock Art of the Southwest: Three Rivers

Video title: Three Rivers

Watch this video Native American Rock Art at Three Rivers. Study Native American Rock Art of Three Rivers through Native American Indian art, artists and art works

Discover the site known as the three Rivers, in south central Mexico, which contains over 21,000 petroglyphs, attributed to the Jornada Mogollon.

 

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Native American Rock Art of the Southwest: Three Rivers. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Three Rivers Petroglyphs. Learn about the Native American Rock Art at Three Rivers. Discover the characteristics of Native American rock art that remain constant across the Southwest and throughout time.
  • Name the Native American societies that created southwestern rock art and identify the time periods during which these societies existed.
  • Explore the two primary methods of creating rock art images: painting, which results in pictographs, and pecking, which creates petroglyphs.
  • Learn about representational and abstract images seen in the program and explain the difference between the two.
  • Outline several causes of the loss of rock art images, including reformation of the rock patina, pollution, mineralization of rocks, and defacing of images by modern people.
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