Rock Art of Kentucky, Fred E. Coy, Jr., Thomas C. Fuller, Larry G. Meadows, and James L. Swauger
1997, The University Press of Kentucky, cloth, dj
174 pages, 173 b/w photos and line drawings, 7" x 10"
Rock Art of Kentucky is the first comprehensive documentation of the fragile remnants
of Kentucky's prehistoric Native American rock art sites.
Found in twenty-two of Kentucky's 120 counties, these sites span a period of more than three thousand years.
The most frequent design elements in Kentucky rock art are engravings of the footprints of birds, quadrupeds, and humans.
Other design elements include anthropomorphs, mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, and abstract and geometric figures.
Included in this book are stunning illustrations of the sixty confirmed sites and ten destroyed or questionable sites.
Also includes a glossary, bibliography, and index.
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Last update: 7 March 1997