Credit: PETER MATULAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: A view of some of the petroglphys found on ''newspaper rock,'' a rock slab in Utah that is one of the most prolific sites for Native American rock art. Many of these glyphs date back to the time of the Anasazi, a thousand or more years ago. While many figures are recognizable, no one today knows their original significance or why they were created. The location of these petroglyphs is near a stream and a trail, suggesting that the glyphs may have been carved by ancient travelers, traders and hunters passing this way.

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Keywords: american indian, anasazi petroglyphs, ancestral puebloan, ancient, chaco canyon, cliff dwelling, cliff sweller, hopi, indigenous, kiva, native american, new mexico, pueblo bonito, ruin, southwest

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Anasazi petroglyphs

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