Siberian and Mongolian petroglyphs separated by 7,000 years show stylistic similarities

Scientists have closely examined and compared intriguing rock drawings on the Ukok plateau in Russia’s Altai Republic and Baga-Oygur, and Tsagaan-Salaa in northwestern Mongolia. The petroglyphs are now in different countries but in fact are only about 20 kilometres part. The drawings were mostly found in the 1990s and early 2000s but many questions at the time remained unanswered.


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