Digital photograph (colour); view of painted rock art, detail of 2013,2034.4171 showing top: two red figures facing right, left side arm behind body and right side arm raised; bodies are decorated with white spots and wearing garments, bracelets, arm bands and necklace. Heads display elaborate coiffure/headdress (?). Small figure (child?) follows behind. Top right: faded white Barbary sheep facing right. Top left: white circular shape with ‘spokes’. Bottom left: white quadruped outlined in red (camel?) facing left with rider; to right is white quadruped (?) outlined in red facing right with scalloped backline and horn (?). Red Barbary sheep with elaborate horns faces left with front legs superimposing white and outlined-in-red male antelope facing right; another quadruped outlined in red superimposed by back legs of Barbary sheep. On right: jellyfish-like white oval shape outlined in red with internal patterns and dependent vertical rays hanging from underside. Round Head Period. Ajjer Plateau, Djanet, Tassili, Algeria.
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