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Game Pass Rock Art Shelter, South Africa 3D Model
Game Pass Shelter is located in the Drakensberg Mountains in South Africa and is one of the best preserved rock art sites in southern Africa. It was first brought to the world’s attention in 1915 when a photograph of the main panel was published in the Scientific American Magazine. The main frieze features a magnificent herd of eland, South Africa’s largest antelope, with smaller human figures in running postures. San rock art was first thought to be simple reproductions of everyday life and hunting by a primitive people, however many of the mystical images are now seen as ‘therianthropic’, or images seen by shamans (healers) while in dance-induced trances. The San believed that man could take on the potency and powers of animals through a shaman in a trance and the Eland was thought to have the greatest spiritual power.
Click on the link to see a virtual tour of the site http://www.actheritage.org/game-pass-shelter/