Predynastic graffiti rock dating back to stone age unearthed south of Aswan

by Dave Sadler

An Egyptian archaeological mission discovered a predynastic graffiti rock that dates back to the late stone age, during an archaeological survey carried out in Subeira Valley, south of Aswan, Egypt’s ministry of Antiquities said in a statement on Tuesday.

The graffiti is engraved on the sandstone rocks, depicting scenes of wild animals, such as hippopotamus, wild bulls, donkeys, as well as gazelles, Mostafa Waziri, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities said in a statemen

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