More "Phoenician" style rock art in Patagonia.
See Index on all my posts on Phoenicians in America.
Some more images referring to our new subject: Phoenicians in Patagonia.
The top one shows the "yaz" symbol mentioned in my previous posts which is carved into some allegedly Tehuelche rock art, and is actually a North African Berber (and of ancient Phoenician origin) symbol.
The bottom one shows several of these carvings and complements those posted in my first post on this subject. Puerto Visser is located on the sea shore, just north of Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut. I have not been able to locate "Chullucurá" yet.
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