Discovery of ancient cave art in the Maros region of Sulawesi, Indonesia. The cave art found in this region is among the oldest known examples of representational art created by early humans. One of the notable caves in this area is Leang Bulu’s Sipong, where archaeologists discovered paintings depicting various scenes, including animals and human figures. These paintings are estimated to be around 40,000 years old, making them some of the earliest known examples of figurative art created by Homo sapiens. The discovery is significant because its pushes back the timeline for the creation of complex art forms and suggests that early humans had the capacity for symbolic thinking and expression much earlier than previously thought.

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