Summary: Carved about 3000 to 4000 years ago, Apana Gård 2A features a human figure connected to a reindeer and a large boat-figure.

The carvings were made about 3000 and 4000 years ago, with the panel located 9-10 metres above the current sea level. The carvings are on the top surface and one almost vertical side of a piece of exposed bedrock. A human figure connected to a reindeer has been interpreted as being related to shamanism.

MG 7362 LR Alta Rock Art - Apana Gård 2A

The panel is dominated by a large boat-figure, as well as more boats, reindeer and human-figures.

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