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Indonesia has found the most ancient rock paintings


In mountain caves of East Kalimantan images by age about 40 thousand years are found. In a cave on the island of Kalimantan in Indonesia archeologists have found, perhaps, the earliest rock paintings. It is said in article of the Nature magazine.

Is noted that in mountain caves of the Indonesian province East Kalimantan the figurative rock painting which age is at least 40 thousand years has been found. In the drawing animals, the reminding cows are represented. According to the magazine, so far this earliest subject image in the world. Фото: nature.com has Also found pattern images of hands which examination has shown that probably they have been created from 40 to 52 thousand years ago. In a cave also thousands of later drawings created about 20 thousand years ago on which human figures are represented have remained. Scientists have found the drawing to which 73 thousand years were reported Earlier that archeologists from Israel have found the most ancient remains of the modern person outside Africa. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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