Carlisle, South Central Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Archaeological Inventory
Investigators: Nolen Chew, Jeff Kottmyer, Gary Yannone
|This site, located in a
marshy area, has produced Figure Stones carved in the
same motifs as those at the 33GU218 hilltop site in Ohio. It was visited in 2005
by Dr. Arsen Faradzhev, anthropologist and rock art expert from
Moscow State university, who determined material here and at 33GU218 to be
of human manufacture. He was accompanied by Dr. James B.
Harrod who concurred with this assessment. The Lost Valley project is currently
inactive as the result of various problems including of lack
of funding and insufficient interest on
the part of Pennsylvania Archaeologists..
A bird figure,
about 13 cm (5") in length.
Canoe(?) - length
20 cm (8").
Four of these
large 4 cm (1.6") apparent snake fangs were found together
at the site.
hybrid anthropomorphic/zoomorphic images.
triangular two-faced image/tool, one face quasi-anthropomorphic, the
other more zoomorphic (bird).
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