5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This is a beautifully presented piece of work. An up to date, well written and relevant collection of papers on recent research in the field of British Prehistoric Art. Britain has occasionally been regarded as something of a backwater in the prehistoric art area, however Mazel, Nash and Waddington put Britain clearly on the map demonstrating that there is a wide and varied range of art right under our noses. Academics, students or even the casually interested will find this a first rate and informative read.