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Sand Island Petroglyph Panel
Bluff, Utah
September 2022

Most of the petroglyphs are from the early Basketmaker through Pueblo III eras, which range in time from 2500 to 800 years old. The panel also has more recent Ute and Navajo rock art, which you can identify by their brighter carvings and location lower on the wall.
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Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:North America
Subcategory Detail:United States of America
Keywords:Anasazi, Bluff Utah, Petroglyph Panel, Petroglyphs, Rock art, San Juan River, Utah, history, james marvin phelps photography, native american