The Stylised Sheep from Sivré III-PYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
The stylised sheep from the western sector of the Sivré III-P shelter (Ennedi, Chad). Udders with two teats and tails long to the hocks indicate these animal depictions represent sheep. Note the well-visible wattles: Sahelian-type sheep may have wattles in different percentage depending on the breed. The curbed necks depict the attitude of sheep, looking for something to graze even when on the move. Along with these stylised sheep, it is possible to note uncompleted preliminary drawing sketches, which are very informative about the template used to draw the animal. Reference: Alessandro Menardi Noguera, 2018. Flocks of sheep in the rock art of the Ennedi (Chad). AARS meeting, Cremona, 31 May.