Guess where these petroglyphs are located?

Part Six of the Americas Connected Series

by Richard L. Thornton, Architect & City Planner

The winning comment will receive a quart of supersized blackberries from my mini-farm, here on Alec Mountain in Northeast Georgia. We won’t give you the answer until the next article, but here are some options.

This petroglyphic boulder is located on . . .

  1. A mountain near Dundee, Scotland
  2. The cliffs, overlooking the North Sea, at Angelholm, Sweden
  3. Pre-Moari stone ruins on the North Island of New Zealand
  4. An ancient trail over-looking the Etowah River in Forsyth County, GA
  5. In a ravine in the Sierra de Cobre near Tepoztlan, Morelos (Mexico)
  6. An ancient trail over-looking the Etowah River in Cherokee County, GA
  7. The Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland
  8. A high mountain near the Atlantic Ocean in Galicia Province, Spain

9 Comments

  1. Probably all 8. There are folks who would refer to this and other common things like polygonal architecture as ‘pre-flood’ or something from the last Cleansing. niio

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