YouTube . . . Direct Comparison Between Petroglyphs in NW Europe and Georgia – Part 5
The petroglyphs in the Etowah-Amicalola River Basin of Georgia are identical to Bronze Age petroglyhs in the regions around Dundee, Scotland and County Kerry, Ireland. Most petroglyphs around the Savannah, Upper Chattahoochee and Nottely River Basins in Georgia are identical to Bronze Age Petroglyphs in southern Scandinavia. The Sprayberry Petroglyphs, located in the Georgia Gold Belt, south of the mountains, are identical to several petroglyphs in central/eastern Ireland and the province of Galicia in Spain. It is not clear if the portrayal of Voladores in Norway describes a tradition in Bronze Age Scandinavia or a visit to Mexico.
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