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Near Sedona, Arizona. Petroglyphs believed to have been made by the Sinagua Indians. : Stock Photo
The V-Bar-V Petroglyph site near Sedona contains over 1,000 individual petroglyphs. They are believed to have been made by the Sinagua Indians who inhabited the area starting around 650. Among the elements found in the petroglphs are a palm tree-like figure that has been found no where else.

Near Sedona, Arizona. Petroglyphs believed to have been made by the Sinagua Indians.

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The V-Bar-V Petroglyph site near Sedona contains over 1,000 individual petroglyphs. They are believed to have been made by the Sinagua Indians who inhabited the area starting around 650. Among the elements found in the petroglphs are a palm tree-like figure that has been found no where else.
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