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Tassili Mountains, Algeria

Tassili Mountains, Algeria

Chumash cave painting

Chumash cave painting

Horses in Chauvet Cave, c. 30,000 BCE

Horses in Chauvet Cave, c. 30,000 BCE

A mysterious figure resembling a bird and a man called a shield man can be seen on the volcanic outcropping near te village of Galesteo, New Mexico.

A mysterious figure resembling a bird and a man called a shield man can be seen on the volcanic outcropping near te village of Galesteo, New Mexico.

Cave painting at Cougnac, Payrignac, France, 20-25,000 years old.

Cave painting at Cougnac, Payrignac, France, 20-25,000 years old.

rock art of the Wadi Mathendoush (in the Libyan Sahara), which was created almost ten thousand years ago.

rock art of the Wadi Mathendoush (in the Libyan Sahara), which was created almost ten thousand years ago.

Magdalenian Era Cave Painting of Bison -- Grotte de Niaux, France -- Approximately 15,000 years old.

Magdalenian Era Cave Painting of Bison -- Grotte de Niaux, France -- Approximately 15,000 years old.

Tassili ladies - Art rupestre du Sahara — Détail de peintures rupestres du Tassili datant d'environ 3 000 ans av. J.-C.

Eurasian Origins of Berbers and modern North Africans.

Tassili ladies - Art rupestre du Sahara — Détail de peintures rupestres du Tassili datant d'environ 3 000 ans av. J.-C.

Photo File:Gobustan ancient Azerbaycan full  By Baku87 (talk)Baku87 at en.wikipedia [Public domain], from Wikimedia Commons

Photo File:Gobustan ancient Azerbaycan full By Baku87 (talk)Baku87 at en.wikipedia [Public domain], from Wikimedia Commons

Scientists say an Aboriginal rock art depiction of an extinct giant bird could be Australia’s oldest painting. | A red ochre painting, which depicts two emu-like birds with their necks outstretched. | Archaeologist Ben Gunn: “Either the painting is 40,000 years old, which is when science thinks Genyornis disappeared, or alternatively the Genyornis lived a lot longer than science has been able to establish.”

Scientists say an Aboriginal rock art depiction of an extinct giant bird could be Australia’s oldest painting. | A red ochre painting, which depicts two emu-like birds with their necks outstretched. | Archaeologist Ben Gunn: “Either the painting is 40,000 years old, which is when science thinks Genyornis disappeared, or alternatively the Genyornis lived a lot longer than science has been able to establish.”

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