Southeast Colorado Plains Indians Rock Art parallel line glyphs vertical - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:184963958
Upload date:October 15, 2013

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'In southeast Colorado's Picture Canyon, 17th and 18th century Plains Indians or Native Americans left behind rock art and sharpening stone grooves in the rocky sandstone near areas with springs or water sources. The incised parallel line glyphs also may indicate counts or calendar devises or to track the movement of the sun, moon and stars. Astronomical symbols also appear in the area.'
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