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It's the painting of STAGS (adult male deer) :
It 's the painting of STAGS ( adult male deer )
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It's the painting of a MAN KILLED BY A BISON:
It 's the painting of a MAN KILLED BY A BISON
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It's the painting of a HORSE:
It 's the painting of a HORSE
Lascaux cave - France:
It's the painting of a...
Prehistoric Cave Paintings of Horses Were Spot-On, Say ...
DNA analysis shows that prehistoric cave paintings of horses were realistic depictions of the Paleolithic environment, including the leopard-spotted horse.
Long thought by many as possible abstract or symbolic expressions as opposed to representations of real animals, the famous paleolithic horse paintings found in caves such as Lascaux and Chauvet in France likely reflect what the prehistoric...
Ancient DNA provides new insights into cave paintings of ...
An international team of researchers has used ancient DNA to shed new light on the realism of horses depicted in prehistoric cave paintings.
The team, which includes researchers from the University of York, has found that all the colour variations seen in Paleolithic cave paintings – including distinctive 'leopard' spotting - existed in pre-domestic horse populations, lending weight to the...
Ancient Cave Paintings of Nephilim - CK Quarterman
Ancient Cave Paintings of Nephilim and Fallen Angels
Written By: CK Quarterman - Augo 08o11
Cave paintings of Nephilim children of Fallen Angels and the Daughters of Adam
Why did ancient-man need to live in caves ? Were they afraid of their world? Their observations of the world outside was left to us in the paintings of their caves from the many genetic-monstrosities created by the fallen angels mating with the daughters of men as reveled in Genesis 6:4. All of these Nephilim are drawn with large privy members, remember Enoch 's description of the Fallen...
Lascaux Cave: Deciphering the Chinese Horse - Ancient Digger
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Friday, April 20, 2012
Lascaux Cave: Deciphering the Chinese Horse
The species of animal that captured my attention in the Lascaux cave was the Third Chinese Horse. Judging from the anatomical positioning of the limbs and the contours of the mane and thigh region, I am positive that the animal can be contributed to the equine family. However, I do not...
Date: 2017-12-16 11:54:17
10 Genuine Proofs that Show Humans Existed More Than 5,000 ...
Unbelievable Facts Aug 26, 2017
For a long time, scientists have tried to find the exact time during which homo sapiens started roaming the earth. Archaeological evidence has given us various clues, but finding an exact date is an extremely arduous task. So, we can only make guesses as to the time frame during which the anatomically-modern human first set its foot in this world. Here are 10...
Neanderthals: The Oldest Cave Painters? : NPR
Reporting in Science, researchers write that a red disk painted in Spain's El Castillo cave is at least 40,800 years old--making it the oldest known European cave art. Archaeologist Alistair Pike discusses how his team dated the disk, and whether Neanderthals could have painted it.
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Replica of a horse painting from a cave in Lascaux
European wild horse coat colors 
Wild horses have been present in Europe since the Pleistocene and ranged from southern France and Spain east to central Russia . There are cave drawings of primitive predomestication horses at Lascaux , France and in Cave of Altamira , Spain, as well as artifacts believed to show the species in southern Russia...
Date: 2017-12-15 13:17:21
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The Selle Francais (or French Saddle Horse) is a warmblood type developed in the government stud farms in Le Pin in Normandy, France, in the 1800s. Where most warmbloods were crossed with draft types and Thoroughbreds, the Selle Francais was created by crossing the Anglo-Norman saddle type with the French Trotter. Other French breeds were later mixed in such as the Angevin, Limousin and Corlais. After World War II, the emphasis turned to breeding saddle horses rather than farm and cavalry horses and many regional breeds...
Human Origins: Southwest France and Northern Spain ...
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Trace the footsteps of early humans as we explore the cradle of civilization in southwest France and on Spain's northern coast. On an expedition designed with paleoanthropologist Donald Johanson, examine carvings and cave paintings that illustrate life up to 40,000 years ago. From the Dordogne to Basque Country, stay in beautiful medieval towns that dot these...