This report describes the findings from the field study conducted in March-April 2009, covering over 1,800 kilometers through south eastern Morocco in an area roughly bounded by the Anti Atlas mountain range in the north, the village of Kasba ej Joua in the west, the Algerian Border in the south, and the Erg Chebbi in the east.  The existence of ancient “rock art” was located and documented.

Project Goal

Identify and record location of reported Rock Art in South eastern Morocco

Our Strategy