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Palaeolithic rock art depicting animal illustrations similar to those found in the Lascaux caves in France have been discovered in the Upper Egyptian town of Kom Ombo, reports
There are also 10 highly stylised human figures shown with pronounced buttocks,
Originally posted by Direwolf
These are incised rock art, meaning that they were scratched or carved into the rock face. The photos that you are wondering about being frauds, were chalked by some one to show the detail on the rock face. This is done by rubbing a peice of chalk across the lives, and brushing off the face, leaving the chalk sitting in the cut lines.
If you read the captions below the pictures on the linked article, it was done by someone other than the Belgium archeological mission. My guess is it was done by a local tour guide for the tourists that come to the area.
This is a well known site and has been worked for years by different archeology groups.