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CIRCLE CROSS SYMBOL
(Copper Harbor, Upper Michigan, c.1900 BC)
Dr. R.M. de Jonge ©, firstname.lastname@example.org
Six carvings of a Circle Cross near Copper Harbor, Upper Michigan, and two carvings from Bohuslän, Sweden, bearing the same symbol, appear to be made in honor of the 5th king Menkaure of the Fourth Dynasty, who discovered America via the Bering Sea (c.2570 BC). They were also made because of the discoveries of the four Atlantic Crossings in the Fifth Dynasty. The ship petroglyph of Sweden could be related to the metal trade from America across the Ocean to the Old World. All petroglyphs were probably made during the Twelfth Dynasty (Middle Kingdom), c.1900 BC.