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The rock art found within Saguaro National Park was created...

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Caption: The rock art found within Saguaro National Park was created by the prehistoric Hohokam people who lived here between 300 and 1450 AD.
Location: TUCSON, ARIZONA, USA
Copyright: © Yvette Cardozo
Photographer Code: ARIZ_0143a
AGPix ID: AGPix_Cardozo_1799
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Comments: The rock art found within Saguaro National Park was created by the prehistoric Hohokam people who lived here between 300 and 1450 AD. This rock art is at the Signal Hill Picnic Area in the Western District of Saguaro National Park. People today do not know what these petroglyphs mean. They could have religious or ceremonial significance. They may be solstice markers, clan symbols, decorative motifs, or simply ancient graffiti.

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