HD video close-up rock art panel Rochester petroglyphs Utah - Stock video

San Rafael Swell, Southwest USA, Utah, Ancient, Archaeology

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Stock video ID:473189637
Upload date:May 25, 2015

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Amazing Barrier Canyon Style pictographs at Rochester Creek stand in Utah's San Rafael Swell. They feature many toothy monsters or mythic beasts throughout the panel. The petroglyphs were made by the Desert Archaic Culture which used the area from about 8000 B.C. to 400 A.D. The panel was also featured in a 1980 'National Geographic' magazine.
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