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Artifact Support 41°18'45.19"N, 73°57'52.85"W

Igneous rocks found at Anthony’s Nose trailhead are truncated and polished on the cut faces. The cross section interrupts the natural topography of the found stone with a flat plane. The supporting containers are composed of structural metal plates reminiscent of urban structures such as bridges and buildings constructed from steel, concrete and quarried stone.

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