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A plaque infront of this rock says:
PAROWAN GAP PETROGLYPHS
The prehistoric designs on the rocks in this area are called petroglyphs. They were made approximately 1000 years ago either by ancestors of the present day Southern Paiute or by people of the Sevier-Fremont culture. The designs do not signify exact words of any language and thus are not hieroglyphs. Although several theories have been expressed, the exact meaning of the designs is still unknown.