Petroglyphic Complexes in the Mongolian Gobi

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Petroglyphic Complexes in the Mongolian Gobi is part of the Tentative list of Mongolia in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

The Petroglyphic Complexes in the Mongolian Gobi comprise three rock art sites dating from the 4th to the 1st millennium BCE. The petroglyphs are from Bronze Age nomads who lived in the Mongolian Gobi and its neighbouring areas. The petroglyphs depict men riding horse or camel, wild animals, hunting scenes, or cattle pulling a plough.

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Full Name
Petroglyphic Complexes in the Mongolian Gobi
Country
Mongolia
Added
2014
Type
Cultural
Categories
Archaeological site - Rock Art
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2014 Added to Tentative List

The site has 3 locations

Petroglyphic Complexes in the Mongolian Gobi: Petroglyphic complex of Del Uul mountain (T)
Petroglyphic Complexes in the Mongolian Gobi: Petroglyphic complex of Bichigtiin Am (T)
Petroglyphic Complexes in the Mongolian Gobi: Petroglyphic complex of Javkhlant Khairkhan mountain (T)

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