This boulder is heavily laden with petroglyphs. It is located just south of The King and Eagle's Nest at Jebel al Sanman, Jubbah.
The magnificent sandstone outcrops near Jubbah, Saudi Arabia, provide a breathtaking backdrop for the unique petroglyphs that occur there.
This panel of petroglyphs near Jubbah is densely packed with animal and human figures, mainly dating to the Neolithic, but with some more recent ones overlying them.
This style of depicting a chariot and its team of horses in plan view is distinctive and unique for Saudi Arabia.
Hidden amongst the sandstones of this rugged terrain are multiple petroglyph panels spanning thousands of years of cultural evolution in northern Saudi Arabia.
Located a short walk from the "Eagle's Nest" panel of petroglyphs at Jubbah, this unique panel shows a large, atypically realistic figure of a male, who has been interpreted as a king or other person of authority.