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Saudi desert: life-size camel carvings found

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.ZZ.

Amazing, 2000 years old!

They haven't changed much.

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Dark_Grey

Carving reliefs is incredibly difficult to do. It's even more impressive when done by older cultures with stone tools

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Likely Guy
6 hours ago, .ZZ. said:

Amazing, 2000 years old!

They haven't changed much.

Camels age amazingly graceful.

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Likely Guy
6 hours ago, Dark_Grey said:

Carving reliefs is incredibly difficult to do. It's even more impressive when done by older cultures with stone tools

Clearly done by an advanced culture who revered camels.

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Piney
14 hours ago, Dark_Grey said:

Carving reliefs is incredibly difficult to do. It's even more impressive when done by older cultures with stone tools

They had a lot more time on their hands to perfect it. I would spend months tweaking a traditional "active" mask or ball club and I'm sure my ancestors did the same on those nights or days when you couldn't leave the wigwam because of bad weather. 

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Dark_Grey
12 hours ago, Likely Guy said:

Clearly done by an advanced culture who revered camels.

...or Camel cigarettes. Those ancient cultures would routinely smoke two packs a day, according to some stone tablets.

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