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Located in the Sierra de Guadalupe, Baja California Sur.  Photos taken November 28, 2007.

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This is a very important site in the southern Sierra de Guadalupe.  In 2007 when I visited it I had no idea that such an important site would still be unknown in the literature (except for Del Cover's paper from 1990) after almost 10 years.  One cannot understand Great Mural Art without knowing about this site and other huge Great Mural sites in Guadalupe.  I hope this documentation can help.  This site is similar to the great sites in the Sierra de San Francisco in that it has hundreds of paintings including huge figures.  It is different in that the painters who visited this site reflect the large diversity in styles in Guadalupe.  This diversity just doesn't exist in San Francisco.  This is one indication that San Francisco art is an offshoot of Guadalupe art.

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Left Index
Monos Panel Index
Center Index
Right Index

Photography Copyright 2007, 2008 by Jon Harman. I visited this site on November 28, 2007 as part of a project by INAH archaeologist Lucero Gutiérrez. We were accompanied by INAH Custodian Aaron Real Villavicencio, translator Ayla Perez and local guides.