Rock Art panels at Jubba often furnish other details as to the age of the scene. This row of Jubba male hunters with shields, bows/arrows overlays older long-horned bovids and other ungulates. Notice the lighter patinated and more recent material as well. Intermediate age materials such as the camel and Thamudic alphabetic script may date to the first millennium B.C. Other even lighter humans, and schematic animals are probably datable to the first-second millennia A.D. The latest Arabic materials are considerably lighter and more recent (e.g. 1378 A.H. = 1965 A.D.). Archaeologists generally support the need to protect rock art panels from defacement, although defacement and art sometimes cannot be separated.