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Name:

Burrows Cave
mapstone
(Illinois
mudstone)

Date: 11/2/2006
Description: Catalog# 2006.11.02.MS.53

Burrows Cave Illinois mudstone, with a figure and writing on one side, and a map on the other (two pictures). Russell Burrows personally sold this stone. There are probably at least a dozen such stones showing the Mississippi River route like this, but they are all different in their details, so they are all interesting. Maybe someone can help decipher the writing on it. The dating, from the Jim Scherz research, and others, is estimated to be 500-700 AD.

Submitted by AAAPF member/advisor