Kokopelli (or Kookopölö) is a flute player image found on petroglyphs and pottery fragments found throughout the Southwestern United States. There has been speculation about the origin of the image that is thought to have first appeared by A.D. 800.
Also see the article Misconception, mystery shroud frisky Kokopelliopens a new window about the popularity of the iconic image.
Hansen, William. Book Review: Kokopelli: The Making of an Iconopens a new window. Journal of Folklore Research.
Misconception, mystery shroud frisky Kokopelli. Arizona Daily Star. July 4, 1998. 1B
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