Petroglyph Anasazi Ancient Rock Art Etchings - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:187067181
Upload date:November 03, 2013

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Classic animal depiction rock petroglyphs etched by Sinagua Native American Indians - dating to approximately 1200AD. Presumably a goat, or an elk, deer and perhaps a wild cat or rodent, with other symbolic etchings surrounding them. The storytelling glyphs appear on Schnebly Formation Sandstone rock face in Rarick Canyon, which was along an important travel route for the ancient Sinagua peoples traveling from above the Mogollon Rim. These early Native Americans inhabited the northern Arizona region between 500AD and 1400AD. Yavapai County, Arizona, 2013.
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