The term graffiti referred to the inscriptions, figure drawings, etc. available on the walls of ancient ruins sepulchers or, as in the Catacombs of Rome or at Pompeii. Use the word has evolved to include any graphics applied to surfaces in a manner that constitutes vandalism.
The earliest forms of graffiti date back to 30 000 ECB in the form of cave paintings and prehistoric pictographs using tools, for example, and pigments. The illustrations were often ceremonial and sacred sites within the caves. The images draw on the walls showed scenes of wild animals and hunting expeditions in most circumstances. This form of graffiti is subject to disagreement think it is likely that members of society supported the creation of prehistoric drawings.
One source is called the Safaitic language, form of oncaighéinte-Arabic, from: graffiti inscriptions effects on the surface of desert rocks and boulders in the predominantly basalt of southern Syria, eastern Jordan and northern Saudi Arabia . Safaitic dates from the first century the ECB to the 4th century CE.