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These slides of petroglyphs from the Rocky Springs site, 14RU317, in Russell County were taken in 1980. The site has two rock panels with glyphs that represent a possible deer, a group of people shooting with bows and arrows, and modern graffiti. It is not known how old the petroglyphs are or who created them. The images were created by incising, scratching, pecking, or abrading the rock face.

Date: Unknown

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Item Number: 314243
Call Number: 14RU317-1, -2, -6, -8
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 314243

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