thin slices of flint. The Capsians use their industrial waste as jewelry (necklaces and bracelets of beads broken pottery). Stone engraving (Khanghet el-Mouhaad) announces wall art, stone sculpture appears a little later (El-Mekta). Towards the end of Capsian and the edge of the Neolithic, the ocher will be used to highlight the contours of the parietal engravings.
[The controversy continues as to what creature exactly is the "Bubalus" of the Saharan rock art,, and consequently the antiquity off the rock art itself. I still hold to the notion that the creature is Pelorovis and the rock art period is consequently latest Pleistocene, which is also consistent with the Archaeology as outlined in this article. Plese see also Darren Naish's article on the "Bubalus":
-Best Wishes, Dale D.]