• Shuwaymis West

    The Neolithic age of this panel is readily identified by the distinctive style of pecking used to produce the deeply-incised petroglyphs and by the unique assemblage of animals and humans shown here, including extinct wild cattle.

  • Qaryat al-Asba

    This is one of the best known and most visited examples of Saudi Arabian rock art, located not far west of Riyadh. This prominent panel bears a wide diversity of animals and numerous battle scenes.

  • Al Naslaa, Tayma

    Al Naslaa is one of the most photogenic petroglyphs we have seen. The uniform slit between the two standing stones and the flat faces are completely natural.

  • Dhabiya, near Shamli, Haโ€™il Province

    Dhabiya is an attractive locality that has three individual panels separated by several meters. They all show very finely executed Arabian horses. This panel is the most interesting in that it has a man seated on a horse that is wearing a saddle blanket.