A tiny Indonesian island becomes a new archaeological gem after researchers find cave paintings of animals and humans, as old as 2,500 years 

Indonesia is a country comprised of thousands of islands, and one of them, a small island named Kisar (measuring not more than 31 square miles and home to approximately 28,000 people) has just gained prominence as scientists have come across 28 cave paintings, as old as 2,500 years that depict both figures of humans

Source: A tiny Indonesian island becomes a new archaeological gem after researchers find cave paintings of animals and humans, as old as 2,500 years 

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chrys chrystello

Chrys Chrystello presidente da direção e da comissão executiva da AICL