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2,000-3,000-year-old paintings discovered in Sam Roi Yot National Park

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mazette, we must not have the same prehistory as the thais.
But hey, they are at home and the "specialists" Thai archaeologists must read the dates on the abacus.

Each his own.

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3 hours ago, kotsak said:

2,000-3,000 years old being prehistoric? 🤔

This was still Bronze Age and Iron Age in Thailand,

so I think it can still be called prehistoric. :unsure:

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On 5/25/2020 at 9:18 AM, webfact said:

The images, discovered in the middle of May in Ban Phu Noi cave, are mostly portraits both small and large.

Portraits .! Hahahaha that top rock looks like its just covered in claret after someone bashed their head on it .. and the bottom one is probably a prototype draughts board .. though playing draughts on the side of a rock is not the easiest way to go ..  

 

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On 5/25/2020 at 3:18 PM, webfact said:

Her excited team are exploring 20 more caves in the area.

oh-ohh, rainy season, you know?

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12 hours ago, klauskunkel said:

by comparison:

Lascaux cave paintings about 20,000 years old...

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Wow.. A hell of a difference.  

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On 5/25/2020 at 4:37 PM, kotsak said:

2,000-3,000 years old being prehistoric? 🤔

I cant really say, its a bit before my time 

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