Dawson County, Georgia
The Amicalola Rock Shelter is located in the rugged mountains immediately west of Amicalola Creek and southwest of Amicalola Falls. It is essentially a shallow cave with an entrance barely visible from 100 feet (30.5 m) away. It may be a tomb, but there is no evidence of a burial today. Its specific location is being kept confidential because of the vulnerability of this unusual archaeological site to vandalism. Although abstract human figures are endemic in the petroglyphs of the American Southwest, they are quite unusual in Georgia. This is only one a small number of sites in Georgia than contain human figures.