Gherbescina Panel BYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
3D survey of the Ennedi rock art. The Panel B (CRGB colour space) comprehends many different superimposed layers. A faint elephant with rounded hear, painted in red, is at the left. In the middle left a complex scene depicting a clan made of twenty human figures, without parallel in the other Ennedi site. In the centre, a pastoral scene attributable to the final cattle period is superimposed on schematic giraffes in white with violet finger-painted patches. To the right, some unidentifiable quadrupeds painted in white, possibly attributable to the archaic period. A bizarre archer with a cone-shaped body (maybe he is wearing a coat) represent another way of depicting humans, which up to now has no parallel in any other Ennedi shelter. Reference: Menardi Noguera Alessandro, 2014. The Gherbescina painted shelters (Ennedi, Chad). Les Cahiers de l’AARS 17: 181-194.