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Aboriginal rock art Aboriginal rock art: Hunter with spear and atlatl killing kangaroo, Nanguluwur Gallery - Kakadu National Park, Northern...

Aboriginal rock art Aboriginal rock art: Hunter with spear and atlatl killing kangaroo, Nanguluwur Gallery - Kakadu National Park, Northern...

!Kung San Hunters

!Kung San Hunters

Rock Art, The Sevilla Rock Art Trail, Clanwilliam, Northern Cape, South Africa

Rock Art, The Sevilla Rock Art Trail, Clanwilliam, Northern Cape, South Africa

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Paleolithic and Neolithic Art

Paleolithic and Neolithic Art

Wings of Stone--This heron petroglyph is located in an isolated and rarely visited area in the Colorado Plateau, so it has not suffered any vandalism. It has about an 8 ft. length and a 6ft. wingspan.

Wings of Stone--This heron petroglyph is located in an isolated and rarely visited area in the Colorado Plateau, so it has not suffered any vandalism. It has about an 8 ft. length and a 6ft. wingspan.

Rock Art trail, which contains hundreds of rock paintings from the San people who lived in the area for many thousands of years, Clanwilliam, Western Cape Copyright: Odile Pfaehler

Rock Art trail, which contains hundreds of rock paintings from the San people who lived in the area for many thousands of years, Clanwilliam, Western Cape Copyright: Odile Pfaehler

"This giraffe, modeled in yellow and white, was created with particular detail and skill. One of the leading experts on African rock art, Peter Garlake, has called it the finest animal painting in the country." - photo by David Coulson, via The Wall Street Journal (1/25/10);  in the Inanke Cave in southern Zimbabwe

Inside the Great Inanke Cave

"This giraffe, modeled in yellow and white, was created with particular detail and skill. One of the leading experts on African rock art, Peter Garlake, has called it the finest animal painting in the country." - photo by David Coulson, via The Wall Street Journal (1/25/10); in the Inanke Cave in southern Zimbabwe

Chauvet Cave Paintings in France -- Discovered in 1994, most of the artwork in the cave dates to 30,000 to 32,000 years ago.

Chauvet Cave Paintings in France -- Discovered in 1994, most of the artwork in the cave dates to 30,000 to 32,000 years ago.

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