THE GREAT MURALS CAVE PAINTINGS OF BAJA CALIFORNIA

Baja California - In Search of Painted Caves - Documentary Film
Documentary Film
Baja Great Murals Gallery
Sierra de San Francisco
Baja California In Search of Painted Caves Documentary Film
Baja California: In Search of Painted Caves featuring the Great Murals rock art on the Baja California peninsula of Mexico, based on the work of author Harry W. Crosby.
Baja California Great Murals Cave Paintings
The Gallery presents the many depictions, sizes and styles of the Great Murals that go to make up one of the largest concentrations of rock art in the Americas.
Sierra de San Francisco UNESCO World Heritage Site Baja California
Sierra de San Francisco is a UNESCO World Heritage site in the Baja California peninsula, and considered to be the heart of the Great Murals rock painting tradition.
Harry W. Crosby
The Serpent Cave
Baja Great Murals Style Guide
Harry W Crosby Baja California
Harry W. Crosby's explorations, studies, writings and photography establish him as one of the foremost authorities on Baja California's prehistoric rock art and cave paintings.
Baja California Serpent Cave Painting Cueva de la Serpiente
The unique two deer-headed serpents of Cueva de la Serpiente on the Baja California peninsula are believed to represent the seasonal transition from abundance to scarcity.
Baja California Great Mural Prehistoric Rock Paintings Styles
The Scope and Geography of the Great Mural styles, based on thousands of prehistoric rock paintings found at hundreds of sites located on the Baja California peninsula.
El Camino Real - The King's Highway
Jesuit Missions in Baja California
The Cochimi
King's Highway El Camino Real Royal Road Baja California Mexico
From Spanish roots, El Camino Real established itself on the Baja California peninsula. It was crossed many times by Harry W. Crosby during his expeditions in search of painted caves.
Jesuit Missions Baja California Peninsula Mexico Jesuits
The Jesuit missions began in the late 1600's on the Baja California peninsula of Mexico along the Camino Real, bringing the Jesuits directly in contact with the Cochimi culture.
Cochimi
The indigenous prehistoric inhabitants of the central part of the Baja California peninsula of Mexico, this the culture of hunter-gatherers believed to be the artists of the Great Murals.
Baja California In Search of Painted Caves DVD Documentary Film