• Al Sinya, near Al Ula

    Sporadic small figures on this rock are sprinkled about its face. It is unusual in having three lions depicted. A chariot with multiple spokes is pulled by two equids and one man is driving it. Camels are also shown, as well as one domestic bull.

  • Eagle’s Nest, Jubbah

    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.

  • 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.