Slonta. Libya. View of the unique rock sculptures at a religious cult sanctuary made by the indigenous Libyan population that possibly date to a time before Greeks arrived in the area in the 7th century BC. The site has curious mix of carvings in the rock including childlike figures, human faces and various animal figures like pigs, lions, sheep, horses, dogs and snakes. It is believed the temple’s round rock pillar base in the centre of the small site supported the roof of the cave in which collapsed at an unknown time in the past.
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