October 9, 2014 Marina Galperina

Cave painting on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi are even older than previously thought — at least 39,900 years old, according to a paper just published in the journal Nature. Described as “proto-graffiti,” the renderings were created by blowing or spraying colored clay over objects to create defined contours. It features “stencil-like outlines of human hands and stick-legged animals” are […]

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