- Limestone stele (Stele #1) at Crystal River State Park - Crystal River, Florida
- In 1964, archaeologist Ripley Bullen discovered this limestone ceremonial stone (stele). While not all agree with his interpretation, Bullen believed this was purposely erected for ceremonial and celestial purposes. Located 75 yards east of the main burial complex, it dates to 440 A.D. A drawing of what Bullen believed was a human can be seen in this image.
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- 1 photoprint - b&w - 8 x 10 in.
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