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PHOSPHENES IN THE CONTEXT OF NATIVE AMERICAN ROCK
THE BIGHORN SHEEPPREEMINENT MOTIF IN THE ROCK ART OF WESTERN
SCHEMATIZATION AND SYMBOLISM IN AMERICAN INDIAN ROCK
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