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Petroglyph Canyon - Valley Of Fire
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Starting about 2,000 BC small groups of people lived in Nevada's Valley of Fire region. They depended much on the bighorn sheep as their main source of food. They used the atlatl, a notched stick, for hunting, later replaced by bow and arrow.
There are several sites with petroglyphs in Valley of Fire's Petroglyph Canyon, including Atlal Rock. Their meanings are mostly unknown.
December 27th, 2011
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