Kokopelli: Fluteplayer Images in Rock Art

Kokopelli: Fluteplayer Images in Rock Art


Trade paperback. Ancient City Press, 1994, third printing. In near fine condition. Kokopelli, the mysterious, humpbacked fluteplayer of the American Southwest has been a sacred figure to Native Americans since prehistoric times. Fertility symbol, rain priest, roving minstrel and trader, hunting magician, and trickster, Kokopelli was painted and carved on rock walls and boulders from the time of the Anasazi, The Ancient Ones, to the 1700s. Here is a guide to the sites so you can see them for yourself.

Title: Kokopelli: Fluteplayer Images in Rock Art

Author Name: Slifer, Dennis; Duffield, James

Categories: Americana - The Land,

Publisher: Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.A., Ancient City Pr: 1994

ISBN Number: 0941270807

ISBN Number 13: 9780941270809

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Type: Book

Item: 1.00

Seller ID: 016625

Keywords: UNITED STATES HISTORY, KOKOPELLI, INDIANS,