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The depiction of a masked dancer in this era is particularly fascinating, Morenz told Live Science.“[In] ancient Egyptian culture, we know many, many masks, but they are basically all masks for the dead,” Morenz said.

“And here we have a mask culture which predates pharaonic culture.” [In Photos: Spider Rock Art Discovered in Egypt]The ancient find sits on Qubbet el-Hawa, the Hill of the Wind, near Aswan. onward, Morenz said, and it likely had nothing to do with the Neolithic use of the site; rather, this stretch of the Nile likely appealed to both Stone Age and later people because it is a relatively shallow stretch of rapids, called a cataract, with an island and easy pullouts for boaters.“What I think is quite likely is that these rock images were placed on ancient pathways which have nothing to do with the later pharaonic necropolis, but where there was communicative access for whatever reason,” Morenz said.