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HIDDEN in rugged ranges in north-west Arnhem Land, a spectacular treasure-trove of Aboriginal rock art is set to rewrite the history of Australia. In a find that has stunned archaeologists and anthropologists, a vast wall of about 1500 paintings chronicles the history of Aboriginal contact with outsiders, from Macassan prows and European sailing ships to 19th-century steamships and a World War II battleship. Alongside exquisite rock art more than 15,000 years old are paintings that capture some of the 19th and 20th centuries' most important technological innovations - a biplane, bicycle, car and rifle - as well as portraits of church ministers, sea captains and traders.
This cave painting was found in Itolo, Tanzania. It's approx 29,000 yrs old. Notice the obvious UFO-shaped objects as well as the objects which both of them appear to be dropping from the bottom
This cave painting is from Tassili, Sahara Desert in North Africa. It dates back to 6000 B.C. The figures do not look human. Notice the flying disk in the sky.
Originally posted by heyo
This one looks pretty interesting.
Originally posted by Gorman91
I agree, but bare in mind that religion is as old as painting.