Petroglyph



[pe-truh-glif] /ˈpɛ trəˌglɪf/

noun
1.
a drawing or carving on rock, made by a member of a prehistoric people.
/ˈpɛtrəˌɡlɪf/
noun
1.
a drawing or carving on rock, esp a prehistoric one
n.

1870, from French pétroglyphe, from Greek petra “rock” (see petrous) + glyphe “carving” (see glyph).

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