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The flat expanse of bedrock at the confluence of Lewis Canyon and the Pecos River attracted petrographic artists during at least two different periods of prehistory. The RAF has been clearing redeposited silt, exposing petroglyphs that have not seen the light of day for decades and possibly for centuries. The lighter area in site center shows the extent of buried glyphs; the previously documented art extends upslope and belongs to an entirely different style.
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