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|Title:||The Huashan Rock Art Site (China): The Sacred Meeting Place for the Sky, Water and Earth|
|Citation:||Gao Q (2013) The Huashan Rock Art Site (China): The Sacred Meeting Place for the Sky, Water and Earth, Rock Art Research, 30 (1), pp. 22-32.|
|Abstract:||The Huashan rock art site of China is located in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, neighbouring with Vietnam. It is generally believed that the rock art at the Huashan site was created between the Warring States Period (403-221 BCE) and Eastern Han dynasty (26-220 CE), by an ethnic group named Luo Yue. This article goes beyond the conventional Chinese perspective, and tries to explore the possible connection between the landscape of the Huashan rock art site and the cosmological beliefs of the Luo Yue people.|
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