Luther Alumna Bovee Rescues Ancient Native American Rock Art

Luther alumna Marit Bovee recently helped move stone blocks containing ancient Native American stone art from a museum storage warehouse in Wyoming. Bovee spent time outside of work to collaborate with a group of archaeologists to move the stone art to be photographed, documented, and then stored in a controlled environment.

With the help of new technology, the nine stone blocks that were found in a Wyoming warehouse allows archaeologists to better highlight the figures depicted on the stones as well as create digital representations.

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Luther alumna Marit Bovee '04 recently helped document and move Native American rock art from a warehouse in Wyoming.