Prehistoric African Paintings and Engravings
The Trust for African Rock Art documents & safeguards Africa’s ancient rock art paintings & engravings, humankind’s earliest artistic and cultural expressions, from Niger, Central African Republic, Cameroon, Congo, Algeria, Angola, Botswana, Chad, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gabon, Kenya, Libya, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Namibia, Niger, Somaliland, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe
Rock Art in Africa
The Bradshaw Foundation presents the African Rock Art Gallery based on the work of photographer David Coulson, one of the leading photographers of paintings and petroglyphs, as part of the African Rock Art Archive.
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Forte Jesus, em Mombassa, no Quênia, construído pelos portugueses entre 1593 e 1596. Sítios arqueológicos da Ilha de Meroe, no Sudão. A ...
In the ancient city of Meroe in the kingdom of Kush, archaeologists uncovered a relief of a smiling, carefully adorned woman. Indications of a slight double chin suggest that she carried a bit of extra weight, which is how royal women from Kush were often depicted.
Meroe - Sudan Meroe is an ancient city on the east bank of the Nile, about 200km north-east of Khartoum. Home to more than 200 pyramids in three groups, of which many are ruined, the city was the southern capital of the Napata/Meroitic Kingdom. Meroe was UNESCO listed in 2011.