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20 Most Fascinating Prehistoric Cave Paintings - Oddee
The earliest known European cave paintings date to 32,000 years ago. Join us to discover the top twenty most fascinating prehistoric cave paintings.
1Lascaux Cave Paintings: the prehistoric Sistine Chapel
Known as "the prehistoric Sistine Chapel," the Lascaux Caves, a cave complex in southwestern France, contain some of the most remarkable paleolithic cave paintings in the world, from at least...
Prehistoric art in France - France This Way
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The story of French art starts with the cave paintings.
Frequently painted in dark, damp conditions, the cave paintings were (and are) an astonishing achievement.
Dating back 25,000 years, possibly even 30,000 years, the paintings most commonly represented animals - often the animals that were being hunted at that time, but sometimes invented...
Date: 2017-12-20 11:37:23
Underwater caves: art, fire and bones beneath the sea
Off Calanques MTC Cosquer (57) Near Morgiou Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur France Source: akunamatata | Flickr
At the end of the last ice age, approximately 12,000 years ago, the sea level to rose up to 120 metres and submerged a great deal of land which had previously been inhabited by humans. Amongst this submerged land were a number of caves.
Evidence of human activity in underwater caves...
Cosquer Cave - Wikipedia
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The cave can now be accessed by divers through a 175�m (574�ft) long tunnel, the entrance of which is located 37�m (121�ft) below sea level, that had risen after the cave was inhabited. During the glacial periods of the Pleistocene , the shore of the Mediterranean sea was situated several kilometers to the South and the sea level up to 100�m...
Date: 2017-12-14 23:55:10
France - attractions and landmarks | Wondermondo
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France is home to many of the best known landmarks in the world. This country is literally crammed with thousands and thousands of the most diverse attractions. Highlights of France are:
Gothic cathedrals. Most people know Notre Dame de Paris or Amiens cathedral, but there are almost countless other magnificent Gothic cathedrals all over the...
Date: 2017-12-20 11:20:09
Cave Paintings - Parietal Art of the Ancient World
Cave Art - What Archaeologists Have Learned
Parietal Art of the Ancient World
by K. Kris Hirst
Updated March 08, 2017
Cave art, also called parietal art or cave painting , is a general term referring to the decoration of the walls of rockshelters and caves throughout the world. The best-known sites are in the Upper Paleolithic (UP)of Europe, where polychrome (multi-colored) paintings made of...
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