Among pecked and painted figures on this site under a rock overhang the elongated “carrot men” are most conspicuous. The pictographs (rock paintings), painted in red hematite on a stone outcropping, are distinctly anthropomorphic work of the Fremont Culture. (Illustration, p. 5)
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Carrot Man Pictographs
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