shoal creek cupule rock, manuel beers

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Cupules are considered a form of prehistoric art by some. I feel like in many cases in our area they may have served a utilitarian purpose. Maybe they were used in nut processing. They are usually located in close proximity to streams. This particular rock has a number of cupules on it. It appears to be tilted upward.


title shoal creek cupule rock, manuel beers
date yyyymmdd hr:mn 2009:01:25 06:53:24
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