Rock dating techniques
She often sees all sorts of ‘animals’ in the clouds but upon pointing them out to me I can't see that which she sees.The same applies to these cow pictures, I do not see cows and neither can anybody else.
On December 4, French archaeologist Xavier Gutherz from Paul Valery University, and his team ‘discovered’ the Laas Geel caves and spectacular paintings scattered among ten rock alcoves.Shelter 1 is one of the most important shelters at Laas Geel due to the richness of variations and composition of its rock art.The size of this shelter is 170 m2, with a ceiling that is completely covered with paintings and is considered the artistic and creative center of the complex.The caves provide a glimpse into the little known history of this part of the world.Even with the history of political instability, war, natural weathering, and other factors, the paintings have survived intact, retaining their clear outlines and vibrant colors.
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Archaeologists had better do something to preserve this site now before it's too late.