Diaz-Granados and Duncan (2000:Plate 10) identify the petroglyphs in this image as a crescent, star/supernova and rabbit tracks. The crescent and rabbit tracks are very distinct. Elgin's photograph from 1958 shows a chalked star with 8 points immediately to the right of the crescent. A very faint, shallow petroglyph may be adjacent to the crescent. A circle is very clearly visible inside of the crescent.
A different viewing perspective of the petroglyph cluster with the specific petroglyphs identified.
Flat sandstone bedrock (glade) where the Peene-Murat site is situated.
1993 The Petroglyphs and Pictographs of Missouri: A Distributional, Stylistic, Contextual, Functional and Temporal Analysis of the State's Rock Graphics. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Washington University , St. Louis, Missouri.
Diaz-Granados, Carol and James R. Duncan
2000 The Petroglyphs and Pictographs of Missouri. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa
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