Petroglyphs of Cape Alitak

Petroglyphs Carved Stone Faces

Petroglyphs are stone faces and other shapes. They can be found carved into the rocks of Cape Alitak, Kodiak Island, Alaska. Archaeologists with the Alutiiq Museum & Archaeological Repository are documenting the Native-carved artwork before slow erosion by waves makes them unintelligible.

The Alutiiq Museum & Archaeological Repository, FrontierScientists and the video production company WonderVisions present “The Cape Alitak Petroglyphs”, a series of short videos that explore Alutiiq heritage at the southern tip of Kodiak Island. Produced with support from the National Park Service Shared Beringian Heritage program and a Tribal Historic Preservation grant, the videos document recent archaeological research on Kodiak rock art and archaeological findings.

Petroglyphs Carved Stone Faces

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Petroglyphs

Petroglyphs

The Petroglyphs of Kodiak Island — Prehistoric rock art decorates Kodiak Island. Ancient depictions of faces, people, and animals pecked into granite bedrock serve as a fascinating glimpse into the Alutiiq peoples’ rich heritage. Explore Native... Read More >