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Rock Art Of Utah

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Over many centuries, the prehistoric Fremont and Anasazi peoples of present-day Utah left an artistic record in which distinctive styles are readily identifiable. From the Uinta Mountains through the central canyonlands to the Virgin River, Utah’s abundant prehistoric rock art offers glimpses of a lost world.

The Rock Art of Utah is a rich sample of the many varieties of ro
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 7th 2002 by University of Utah Press
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clear photos of rock art - many were taken long enough ago that they used the destructive practice of chalking in the petroglyph to make it easier to see in the photo. These photos made me cringe a bit because of the damage to the original, but it definitely does make it easy to see the rock art in the photos.

Many cool sheep glyphs.

Text seems dense and academic, but didn't have a chance to read much before the library wanted it back.

Has maps showing vague locations, but doesn't include any info
Rhonda oligney
Text style...great info and illustrations
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