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Pre-viking petroglyphs on Vitlycke, Bohuslan, Sweden, Bronze Age.

The Uffington White Horse is a stylized prehistoric hill carving formed from trenches filled with chalk. It is situated on the slopes of White Horse Hill in the English parish of Uffington. Dating back 3,000 years, to the Bronze Age, the horse is thought to represent a tribal symbol perhaps connected with the builders of Uffington Castle. An organization, "Save the Unicorn at Ufington," with more than 1000 members claim the white chalk figure was originally meant to depict the mythical…

10 mysterious geoglyphs around the globe

The Uffington White Horse is a highly stylized prehistoric hill figure, 110 m long feet), formed from deep trenches filled with crushed white chalk. The figure presumably dates to the Iron Age BC–AD or the late Bronze Age BC)

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Prehistoric Cave Art Depicting Humans Hunting Dinosaurs Discovered in Kuwait

Prehistoric Cave Art Depicting Humans Hunting Dinosaurs Discovered in Kuwait -- EXCEPT we know that humans and dinosaurs did not live, exist at the same time -- artistic license?

The Cave of the Swimmers, Egypt.   figures are about the size of a human hand.  The cave and rock art was discovered in 1933 by László Almásy.  The Neolithic rock paintings of people swimming, estimated to have been made 10,000 years ago during the most recent Ice Age. When found many people did not believe they could  represent actual swimmers. In 2007,Eman Ghoneim discovered an ancient Mega-Lake (30,750 km²) buried beneath the sand of the Great Sahara in the Northern Darfur region, Sudan.

Cave of the Swimmers, estimated to have been made years ago during the most recent Ice Age. In Eman Ghoneim discovered an ancient Mega-Lake km²) buried beneath the Great Sahara, Northern Darfur region, Sudan.

Sweden – Vitlycke museum. Rock carvings of Tanum or Tanumshede, Scandinavian Bronze Age.

Rock carvings of Tanum or Tanumshede, Scandinavian Bronze Age. Just have to ask: Is that a shaman bringing a cow out of a hole into our reality to be hunted for food? And is the top hunter flying?

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