Thursday, January 02, 2014

Marked stone from PA

Reader Norm from VA writes:

I have attached a word doc pertaining to a small stone with carvings in Pennsylvania in 2007expedition.  Perhaps I could get your input on this?
Update: Norm thinks this looks like an Eygptian Hieroglpyh (I see the similarity):


Anonymous said...

You need to post some detailed images. These are to small.

pwax said...

Anonymous: it is a bit better if you right click and try "Open in Separate Tab". Then magnify.

James Gage said...

A wide range of different types of markers and marks have been used over the past 300+ years to mark the bounds of various surveys. I would begin by exploring the simplest and most logical explanation that this an old boundary.