Archaeological Investigations at a Wisconsin Petroglyph Site
AbstractPreliminary test excavations at the Hensler Petroglyph Site in East Central Wisconsin, U.S.A. have disclosed the remains of aboriginal engravings below Aeolian sediments dated to ca. 15,000 years B.P. The stratified deposits lying adjacent to an engraved panel, containing 35 pecked images, have yielded animal-like cobbles, some covered with red ochre, apparently picked for some esoteric use. The site itself has unusual natural shapes in the rock formation, along with acoustical properties, lightning strikes, a magnetic anomaly, and geographic prominence. Collectively these factors are thought to have attracted the ancient rock artists to the site. View Full-Text
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Steinbring, J. Archaeological Investigations at a Wisconsin Petroglyph Site. Arts 2014, 3, 27-45.
Steinbring J. Archaeological Investigations at a Wisconsin Petroglyph Site. Arts. 2014; 3(1):27-45.Chicago/Turabian Style
Steinbring, Jack. 2014. "Archaeological Investigations at a Wisconsin Petroglyph Site." Arts 3, no. 1: 27-45.