Credit: PETER MATULAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Close-up of petroglyph found at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, an Anasazi cultural and administrative center dating back more than a thousands years and which was the site of dozens of impressive stone buildings. No one today knows the meaning of this rock art or when it was created, but it may date back more than a thousand years.

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Keywords: american indian, anasazi, ancestral puebloan, ancient, carving, chaco canyon, cliff dweller, cliff dwelling, drawing, hopi, indigenous, native american, petroglyph, pueblo bonito, rock art, ruin, southwest

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Chaco Canyon

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