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Apparently, neither the natural infrastructure nor other features that are advantageous for a stay (such as open area, water resources, and neighbouring sites) were of importance. A scenario for Class G sites suggests that they were focal points of a discourse too complex to link it to the immediate surroundings and to the everyday. More than any other of the seven classes of rock art sites, those labelled ‘sanctuary, hermitage’ seem to be suited for initiations (Barnard 1992). 5 Paintings of such complexity are exceptional in the Brandberg/ Daureb rock art and are typical of sites with properties of a ‘hermitage, sanctuary’ (left human 25 cm tall).
Archaeologies of art : time, place, and identity by May Sally K Fiore Daunae Domingo Sanz Ineus