This video shows the Temple of Kom Ombo in Egypt. It was built over 2,000 years ago. It was dedicated to two quite distinct divinities: Sobek with the head of a crocodile and Haroeris with the head of a hawk.
From Al-Ahram Weekly in Egypt:
Lascaux on the Nile
The discovery of huge rocks decorated with Palaeolithic illustrations at the village of Qurta on the northern edge of Kom Ombo has caused excitement among the scientific community. The art was found by a team of Belgian archaeologists and restorers and features groups of cattle similar to those drawn on the walls of the French Lascaux caves.
They are drawn and painted in a naturalistic style which is quite different from those shown in cattle representations of the well-known classical, pre-dynastic iconography of the fourth millennium BC. Illustrations of hippopotami, fish, birds and human figures can also be seen on the surface of some of the rocks. …
The fauna of these Ballanan-Silsilian and other Late Palaeolithic sites on the Kom Ombo plain suggest a culture of hunters and fishermen with a mixed subsistence economy oriented to both stream and desert for food resources.
“It is essentially characterised by elements such as aurochs ( bos primigenius ), hartebeest ( alcelaphus buselaphus ), some species of gazelle (especially gazella dorcas ), hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius), wading and diving birds including numerous goose and duck species as well as some fish species, especially clarias or catfish,” Huyge said.
He continued that with the exception of hartebeest, this faunal inventory perfectly matched the animal repertory of the Qurta rock art sites.
Both in the Late Palaeolithic faunal assemblages and in the rock art large “Ethiopian” faunal elements, such as elephants, giraffes and rhinoceros, are conspicuously absent.
See also here.
Rock art in Algeria: here.
Pharaonic Nubian gold processing center discovered: here.
Fishing and fowling in ancient Egyptian art: here.
Tombos (Sudan) in ancient Egyptian times: here.
Wildebeest bones in ancient Egypt? See here.
Wildlife of Lake Nasser, Egypt: here.
Palaeolithic weapons: here.
Music Went With Cave Art In Prehistoric Caves: here.