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San cave art in Ukhahlamba, Drakensberg Park, South Africa. The paintings are difficult to date, but there is anthropological evidence, including many hunting implements, that the San people existed in the Drakensberg at least 40,000 years ago, and possibly over 100,000 years ago

The San people lived in the mountainous Drakensberg area of South Africa for more than years, leaving behind them outstanding rock art which throws much light on their way of life and their beliefs.

Prehistoric cave painting- 35,000 years ago.  -Animals were important for very basic reasons in this time period. They were used for food, clothes, tools, and most interactions between them and humans remained primal.  -Depicted as flat, basic earth tones, usually through daily life scenes, such as the hunters above.

The Altamira cave paintings

Earliest evidence of bow and arrow use is found in eastern Spain rock carvings. This painting in a southwestern France cave complex dates back to BCE and shows hunters' use of bows and arrows during the Stone Age.

The Venus & The Sorcerer: The Cave Art Paintings of the Chauvet Cave. 30,000+ yrs ago. #caves #art #prehistoric

A Gallery of Cave Paintings from the Chauvet Cave as part of the Bradshaw Foundation France Rock Art Archive. The Chauvet Cave is one of the most famous prehistoric rock art sites in the world.

The San people lived in the mountainous Drakensberg area of South Africa for more than 4,000 years | bushman-rock-paintings.jpg (800×984)

The San/ Bushman people lived in the mountainous Drakensberg area of South Africa for more than years, leaving behind them outstanding rock art which throws much light on their way of life and their beliefs.

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The Nama and San (Bushman) African tribes are the original indigenous tribes of Southern Africa. Their origins, characteristics, where they live in South Africa today

Tsodilo Hills, Botswana. UNESCO World Heritage Site. The site features more than 4,500 rock art paintings in the Kalahari Desert. Archaeological records provide evidence of human and environmental activities ranging over 100,000 years BelAfrique - Your Personal Travel Planner - www.belafrique.com

UNESCO World Heritage Site. The site features more than rock art paintings in the Kalahari Desert. Archaeological records provide evidence of human and environmental activities ranging over years BelAfrique

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