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          An unnamed goddess (Sulis?), patron of the domestic arts) is shown mounted upon a deer.  She holds the hieroglyphic symbol of spinning and weaving (spells "cas":  a bolt of cloth in the shape of a foot).  Cas (a foot) is also the Gaelic verb "to spin thread."  This Petroglyph is located at site Cl-5, Lost City, Nevada, where many other references to the spinning and weaving art are found (Fell 1982).  [Also see Petroglyph list]