Topic ID #38743 - posted 9/17/2017 5:19 PM

Severed heads tell a violent mystery at Utah’s Dry Fork Canyon petroglyphs



rkeyo

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For all the mysteries the Fremont people left behind, one thing is clear about their petroglyphs at Dry Fork Canyon: This is a drama for the ages.

Oh. My. God. It’s amazing. Horned guys carrying around human heads. Parades of intricately drawn characters wielding weapons and ornate shields. Streaks of blood-red pigment dripping from someone’s neck.

It is not your average rock art.

http://www.sltrib.com/artsliving/outdoors/2017/09/12/severed-heads-tell-a-violent-mystery-at-utahs-dry-fork-canyon-petroglyphs/





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