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  • from enwiki, uploaded by Olof Ekström ( en:User:OlofE). Info:
  • Rock carvings (petroglyphs) from Scandinavia. Photo Olof Ekström 2003. Also on Swedish wikipedia, uploaded by creator/photographer. The image is a composite showing (top to bottom, left to right): Plowing with oxen (the branch in the farmer's hand is assumed to be part of a fertility ritual), archer/hunter with bow, fishing from a small boat, (middle row) a procession of unknown nature, foot prints, (bottom row) man with dog, typical Scandinavian rock carving ship symbol.
  • info svenska: Hällristningar i Häljesta, Västmanland (montage)

The carvings pictured are located at Häljesta in Västmanland, Sweden.

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