Inscription on Lycian tomb. Lycian was an Anatolian language spoken in what is now the Antalya region of Turkey. Lycian is thought to have developed from Luwian, a language closely related to Lydian and Etruscan.
Prehistoric rock art in the remote valley of Teimareh in central Iran. The valley is full of ancient petroglyphs, belong to 4500 to 17000 years ago. With over engraved images, the valley is one of the world's most important petroglyph sites.
The discovery of this image is part of a much wider project destined to the excavation and restoration of the Incan site known as Potrero de Payogasta, in the wide and contrasting Valle Calchaquí, in Argentina