• Painted bull panel, Bir Hima

    This excellent panel of petroglyphs was discovered on 24 January 2010 by Dr. Majeed Khan and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History team in the Bir Hima region of Saudi Arabia, in Najran Province.

  • 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.