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Drawing of the Sundial Hill Medicine Wheel

Drawing of the Sundial Hill medicine wheel. Not all medicine wheels are alike. In fact, each is different, though Alberta archaeologist John Brumley believes all can be classified into one of eight categories or subgroups. Among Subgroup 2 medicine wheels, Sundial Hill's double ring and south facing pathway set it apart.

Not all medicine wheels are alike. In fact, each is different, though Alberta archaeologist John Brumley believes all can be classified into one of eight categories or subgroups. Among Subgroup 2 medicine wheels, Sundial Hill's double ring and south facing pathway set it apart.

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