• 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.

  • Shuwaymis West Hunting Party

    A Neolithic hunting scene featuring the hunter, his dogs, and his quarry, wild cattle. A leopard climbs vertically up the cliff face on the right and a tiny gazelle can be seen near the bottom, right side.

  • Shuwaymis West Neolithic Hunter-Herder Scene

    A gigantic piece of sandstone on the west side of the Shuwaymis valley served as a canvas for several stupendous Neolithic panels after it had cracked and partially slumped.

  • Equine hunting scene at Shuwaymis

    This Neolithic petroglyph, which can be found on the western side of the Shuwaymis locality, is a hunting scene in which a bow hunter and his pack of dogs prepare to dispatch an African wild ass or onager.