Manipulation of Neither Process nor Content Continuum
Artifacts that display no evidence of manipulation of any sort are essentially large color photographs. Theoretically, they have no style beyond the representation of the subject. They are artifacts that appear to have been untouched by human hands. The only thing that changes is the subject, which varies from one painting to the next. In the beginning, there was just one class of motifs, Religion, which was considered worthy of replication. The list of acceptable motifs grew over time. Each time the list grew, there was a battle. Today, the list of acceptable motifs includes ANYTHING that one can see.