|Classification|||||A.05.1. Archaeology, Rock Art|
|Place|||||Etemba Farm, near Omaruru|
|Site Environment|||||Hunting farm. The neighbouring farms Anibib and Omandumba also offer rich rock paintings.|
|Refences|||||Official Gazette 2786, No. 32, 1967. Vogt, Andreas, "National Monuments in Namibia", Windhoek 2004, p.39. Scherz, ER, "Felsbilder in Suedwestafrika. Teil III: Die Malereien", Koeln/Wien 1986. Kahn, W. "Die Felszeichnungen auf der Farm Etemba im Erong|
|Legal Status|||||Declared as National Monument on 01.05.1967 by the Historical Monuments Commission for South West Africa (HMC).|
Six main sites of rock painting: Stone Valley, Near the Hein Cave, Etemba Cave (most prominent), Gramadulla, Zebra Valley, Baboon Vally. The Etemba Cave lies on the border between Etemba and Otjompaue-West, on the northern foot of the Erongo Montain. There, you find groups of human depictions. In a smaller cave underneath again a group of 28 and one of 4 human figures, hunting gear and weapons, and jewellery..
Scientific research by M. Weyersberg in 1929/30 and Abbe Breuil in the 1940s. Walter Kahn recorded numerous plates that he numbered with paint on the stone such as single paintings that were all accompied by archeological material.