The Rock Art Petroglyphs & Pictographs of Canada

Introduction
The Peterborough Petroglyphs
Rock Art of Western Canada
Canada Rock Art Petroglyphs Pictographs
Pictographs & petroglyphs are located in many areas across Canada, constituting Canada's oldest artistic tradition, brought into Canada by its earliest occupants during the last Ice Age.
Peterborough Petroglyphs Canada
Peterborough Petroglyphs rock art site in Petroglyphs Provincial Park, is designated as a National Historic site. Known by the Indigenous peoples as Kinoomaagewaabkong or The Teaching Rocks.
Canada Rock Art Petroglyphs Pictographs
Tyler Dixon explores the rock art sites of Western Canada which contain a variety of pictographs & petroglyphs, thought to be linked to shamanism, vision quests, or the search for helping spirits.
Writing-On-Stone Áísínai'pi Park
Rock Art of Wuikinuxv Territory
Dinosaur Provincial Park
Writing On Stone Áísínai'pi Provincial Park Canada Rock Art Petroglyphs Pictographs
Writing-On-Stone, or Áísínai'pi as it's known in Blackfoot, is home to the largest collection of First Nation rock art on the Great Plains of North America. The rock art holds great spiritual significance.
Wuikinuxv Territory Canada British Columbia Rock Art Petroglyphs Pictographs
Aurora A. Skala explores the myriad of small islands, deep inland saltwater fjiords, lakes, and coastal rainforest that set the stage for the Wuikinuxv Territory pictographs & petroglyphs.
Dinosaur Provincial Park Canada
Resting on the edge of a valley above the Red Deer River at the entrance to Dinosaur Provincial Park sits an ancient glyphstone. The boulder, covered in etchings carved by First Nation People.
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