The stamps are concrete documents reflecting the civilizations, thoughts and lifestyles that Turks set up in the geographical regions extending from Central Asia to Anatolia and Europe. On this way, they are important evidences that contributed to our understanding of the arts, social, religious and cultural values of the early Turks. Each of these images on the surface of the rocks has a different language. The formal design of the stamps is a reflection of the lines, the stains, the points, the rhythm, the equilibrium, the shapes, the tone and the textural properties. Compositions were created by bringing together lacquer and line drawings in a certain order. We need to read the stamps to understand them, find the plastic items that make up the paintings and solve the language of the stamps in order to analyze stamps in terms of form and condent The formal resolutions of the stamps, the description of the paintings, the composition, the technique, the dimension, the period, the place characteristics they have, the cultural interaction has great prominence in terms of cultural language. Examples of stamps that bring the main theme of the work to life are in Europe and in many parts of Turkey as it is in Central Asia. In this study, horse and deer motifs from rock paintings in Ankara's Güdül district were examined and the place and importance of these motifs in Turkish culture was revealed.
Keywords: Horse, Deer, Turkish Art, Stamps, Tamga.