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Example of Nilo-Saharan rock art. Early Holocene (c. 9th mill. BCE). Images of buffalo, giraffe, elephant in earlier images- this later image includes round-head style and preoccupation with hunter-gatherer activities. Shows evidence of repopulation of Sahara after the Younger Dryas.

from Mathilda's Anthropology Blog.

Roundhead rock art in the central Sahara

Roundhead rock art, Tassili mountains, Algeria. Neolithic? (c. 7000-4600 BCE). Example of Nilo-Saharan rock art. Early Holocene (c. 9th mill. BCE). Images of buffalo, giraffe, elephant in earlier images- this later image includes round-head style and preoccupation with hunter-gatherer activities. Shows evidence of repopulation of Sahara after the Younger Dryas.

Did a comet wipe out a highly advanced human civilisation in Antarctica,13,000 years ago? -- According to Author Graham Hancock’s new book, Magicians of the Gods, (will be published in September) and a series of papers in geophysics and geological journals that have been bringing forward evidence that the Earth was indeed hit by a comet 13,000 years ago that wiped out a highly advanced civilization that existed in Antarctica 13,000 years ago. The new theory is so compelling that it has wide…

At the end of the Pleistocene period, approximately 12,800 years ago—give or take a few centuries—a cosmic impact triggered an abrupt cooling episode that earth scientists refer to as the Younger Dryas.

Frontiers of Anthropology: Younger Dryas-Sudden Cooling - The inspiration for this posting comes because of Rodney Chilton's book and blog Sudden Cold, concerning the Younger Dryas period. The younger Dryas really was an aburpt change in climate but also in mant other ways, including some geophysical readjustments and not to neglect evidences for both a geomagnetic inversion but also a shifting of the Earth's outer crust over the inner layers

At the headwaters of the Tigris and Euphates rivers lies Gobleki Tepe, the cradle of civilization, which was obliterated about 14,500 years ago in the younger Dryas. Fringe Science report on the asteroid/flood damage. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0H5LCLljJho) {Dayspring Discipleship Institute}