ancient hunter capturing a sistrum reverb artifact [created ] in a nautillus cave .
electric paint captured into smoked glass
third up∑teria period, cca. 2500BC
Mount Olympus cave 35A-1
a secondary gallery (35A-7) of the same cave hosts one of the oddities of the antique world : an electric pile of egyptian origin (bearing the cartouche of Huni) made with copper/zincum plates that was acctualy proved to be still functional and that it was probably used to create the luminous painting .
the egyptian pile and the glass that is clearly not of greek origin (not of that period anyway) as well as the siberian construction of the hunter’s light bow(*) makes one wonder why this location was chosen since all other paintings of all three periods were made in amphiteatrum where the hunters were using decay nets [and hellenic piles] .
a computer-replicated pattern of a sistrum reverbed in the cave, superimposes almost perfectly on the ancient one : it is likely that the artwork was created there . numerous broken pieces of artifact skeleton imprinted in the cave’s walls suggest that one or more artifacts were indeed hunted on the spot.
(*)the arrow heads were probably “half reduced signal with huge release time and soft knee”