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herding scenes; cattle; figures; hunting scenes
Section of large outcrop irregularly covered with lichen and including two scenes from very different periods. On the left, a large, ithyphallic figure with raised arm and tail-like appendage overlays...
Detail of fine, kneeling archer with long, loose hair, aiming at argali or ibex partially hidden under lichen. Second argali or ibex on lower left, uncertain elements engraved below hunter.
cattle; herding scenes
Detail of large figure with raised arm, overlaying contoured, walking bovid. Quality of pecking and overlaid position suggests that the figure and dog were executed later than the bovid, creating a de...
Head of an unfinished elk executed with deep, coarse pecking and completely repatinated. On horizontal center of large outcropping.
elk; predation scenes
Large, unfinished elk with large antlers; deep, course pecking. The elk is overlaid by an inverted, small elk attacked by a predator; and the person who pecked that group elongated the large elk's antlers....
Detail of RA_PETR_TG_0388, showing the way in which the small animal was pecked over the large elk and the differences between the large and small elk in pecking quality and patina.
Small, vital elk with large antlers; dense, re-patinated pecking. Contrast fine, indirect pecking of the elk with the cruder, direct execution of the more recent goat on the right. Flat, scraped bedrock....
Three tiny racing deer with large antlers; on scraped and abraded horizontal outcrop.
Section at south edge of outcrop with many images, including large panel in center and scattered images on rock faces.
animals; figures; narratives
Images pecked on broken rock faces, including a Bronze Age hunter (upper left), a Bronze Age horse and bull (lower center) and a variety of other images.
Small hunter on vertical, cracking surface. The hat, daluur, and clothing of the figure indicates a Bronze Age date; but the light patina indicates how the process of redarkening can be quite delayed on...
Detail of larger section at edge of outcrop, with fine confronting horse and yak. Like the hunter in RA_PETR_TG_0394, these vertically placed images demonstrate delayed re-patination.
Fine re-patinated ibex on small stone fragment.
horned figures; horses
On high, deeply abraded horizontal surface, two, possibly horned, figures, head of an unfinished (?) horse, and variety of other elements.
Small horse pecked in the Bronze Age and more recently deeply scraped and abraded. On pitted, scraped horizontal surface.
Stone in intact frame; eyeglass tamga on north side.
elk; stylized deer
Two stylized deer in Arzhan style with long antlers, executed in a variety of pecking, scraping, and incising. On badly damaged, pitted high surface.
herding scenes; riders; figures
Rider apparently driving a horse to the left. Under the horse and its tail can be seen a dog and walking man, facing to the right. This figure's body and quiver indicates a Bronze Age date, while the rider...
Fine bull or yak with lowered head and round horns on cracked and abraded outcrop. Uneven coloration reflects the transitional process of re-patination and is typical of images from this period.
hunting scenes; animals; archers
Outcrop with many animals and a hunting scene; uneven, vertical surface
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