Schaafsma's classic work on New Mexico rock art is available once again in this extensively revised edition to incorporate the latest theories and publications regarding New Mexico rock art, while still retaining the original format. The revisions include new discussions of Las Imagines (Albuquerque's West Mesa Site), and the significance of the Rio Grande Style for illuminating the history of the kachina cult and other aspects of Pueblo religion. The chapters present the material by geographic region, covering the northeast, the south, the Upper Rio Grande, and the east and southern high plains. Styles discussed include the Chihuahuan Polychrome Abstract, Desert Abstract Petroglyphs, Mogollon Red Paintings, Reserve Style, Jornada Style, Apache, Rio Grande, Navajo, Anasazi, and Later Pueblos. Profusely illustrated with many high quality black-and-white photographs.