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October 5 2012
IT is a 4,000-year-old mystery just waiting to be solved.
Archaeologists and amateurs have been puzzling for decades over the origin of hundreds of examples of ‘rock art’ which the dot the Yorkshire landscape.
Are they way markers, religious symbols, star charts or just ‘doodles’ done by early farmers with a bit of time on their hands?
Questions about their meaning continue to be debated in academic circles but now the public is being invited to the debate with the launch of a new guide to the rocks, some of which are on remote, windswept moorland and are notoriously hard to find.
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