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Rock carvings. Coloured photograph of a carving or petroglyph showing a village and huntsman. The petroglyph was made in the Iron Age, between 1200 & 16 BC, by hammering the rock surface with stone instruments, a technique known as percussion. The huntsman riding a horse (upper left) is departing on a hunt. The buildings (centre to far right) are wooden dwellings in a Camunnian village. The animals around them are domesticated. These include dogs, cats, chickens and deer. Photographed at The Archaeological National Park of Naquane, Italy.
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