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A painted rock art site in Amazonas state, Venezuela. Noted for its high diversity of motifs and paints, as well as the overlap of different styles and colours. This site was instrumental to the periodisation of Middle Orinoco rock art by Greer (1995). It also hosts some relatively modern indigenous (Piaroa) burials in the rockshelter, and some cupules on flat surfaces.
This is only a partial view of the complete panel, which is 20 m long. There may be some distortion towards the edges of the model. Based on photographs by Dr José Oliver (UCL Institute of Archaeology).