29 oct c - Running Woman (c. 60004000 BCE) rock painting...

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Running Woman (c. 6000-4000 BCE) rock painting Tassili (Inauouanrhat) Algeria Roundhead figure (date uncertain) rock painting, Tassili n’Ajjer, Algeria
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Nok head (c. 500 BCE-200 CE) Mother with Children (c. 1000-1500 CE) terracotta, 1’ 2 3/16” high terracotta, 1’ 1 3/4” high Inland Niger Delta Rafin Kura Mali Nigeria
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Head (6 th -8 th  century CE) Equestrian Figure Fly-Whisk Hilt (9 th -10 th  century terracotta, 1’ 2 15/16” high copper-alloy bronze, 6 3/16” high Lydenburg Igbo-Ukwu South Africa Nigeria
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Great Mosque (founded 13 th  century,)       Archer  and Equestrian Figure (13 th -15 th   century) adobe      terracotta, 27 ¾” high Djenne, Mali      Inland Niger Delta region, Mali
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Among the rock Ethiopian rock churches commissioned by Lalibela, Beta Medhane Alem is particularly striking.  More than 33 meters long by 23.5 meters wide by  11 meters high, it is the largest, surrounded by a  colonnade that supports the projecting eaves of the  low- pitched, saddle-backed roof. The interior is equally  impressive: it has 5 aisles with flat ceilings, a nave with 
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29 oct c - Running Woman (c. 60004000 BCE) rock painting...

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