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At the end of the Neolithic period Scandinavia was occupied by farming people, and plowing became possible with the availability of draft animals. The upper Petroglyph, in Bronze Age style, is from Denmark. However, at Woden-lithi's site in Peterborough, Ontario, ca. 40 ft. north of the main sun-god figure, there are two compositions, one of which is shown below the Danish example. This Canadian Petroglyph seems to indicate a plowman, though no draft animal was known in Canada. Woden-lithi's purpose seems to have been to inform and instruct, by representing a Scandinavian scene and a suggestion that a search be made in America for suitable draft animals (Fell 1982).