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San/Bushman woman in western Botswana (Kalahari Desert). Ancestral San hunter-gatherers were responsible for much of the rock art of southern Africa.
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San/Bushmen standing in a painted shelter at Botswana's Tsoldilo Hills (1980s). Some of these San used to say that their ancestors painted the white paintings, but that the red paintings were painted by God.
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Tuareg custodian at the Dabous Giraffe site in Niger, west of the Aïr Mountains.
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Tuareg guide in a rock shelter covered in millennia-old paintings from the Pastoral and Horse periods of Saharan art, superimposed by some camel period paintings and recent graffiti.
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Red and white geometric paintings in a shelter in southern Mauretania. Local guide looks on.
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Sandawe woman in central Tanzania's Kondoa province not far from the Kondoa World Heritage rock art site. Some of the earliest art was made by ancestral Sandawe.
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Director of Antiquities for Somaliland, Dr Sada Mire looks at pastoral paintings at an important painting site.
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Ethiopian villager sitting on a rock inscribed with ancient geometrics, southern Ethiopia.
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A Ndorobo hunter-gatherer at a Samburu painting site in northern Kenya.

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