Petroglyphs, cave paintings , and different rock carvings are some of the earliest forms of expression of early man. In the Baltic, Pomeranian, and Scandinavian regions of Europe, petroglyphs have been utilized for various purposes for thousands of years in the lives of its inhabitants. Popular in the Paleolithic, Neolithic, and well into the Bronze and even Iron Age, petroglyphs became a unique heritage of Europe. Today we will examine one of the most intricate and intriguing petroglyph examples in the Baltic region, known as the Virtaka Cliff in Latvia.
Peotective runes? Or visual history? Or both?
Looks kind of like the 1561 Nuremberg UFO painting.
Thanks for this article.
Humans all over the places have made carvings and paintings of everything, from their natural environments and seasonal changings to the celestial scenario of stars, star constellations and even of the very whitish contours of the crescent and encircling Milky Way band, called the Milky Way River in several ancient cultures.
No wonder if ancestors all over the world had very similar stories and carvings/paintings.
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