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1 Cave Painting, Prehistoric: Characteristics, Origins, …
Polychrome cave painting of a bison head. (c.15,000 BCE) Altamira cave main gallery. Big Horn Rhino (25-30,000 BCE) Cave painting from Chauvet Cave.

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2 Cave Painting - Wikipedia
The oldest date given to an animal cave painting is now a bull dated circa as over 40 000 years, at Lubang Jeriji Saléh cave, East Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia. Before this discovery, the oldest known cave painting was a depiction of a pig with a minimum age of 35,400 years, at Timpuseng cave in Sulawesi, Indonesia.

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3 La Grotte De Lascaux -
La découverte de Lascaux en 1940 a bouleversé la connaissance de l’art préhistorique et de nos origines. Œuvre monumentale, la grotte continue de nourrir l’imaginaire collectif et d’émouvoir les nouvelles générations du monde entier.

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4 Chauvet Cave Paintings: Earliest Prehistoric Murals ...
Horses Heads from Chauvet Cave dating to about 30,000 BCE. Some of the world's oldest art. Big Horn Rhino Cave painting from Chauvet Cave. Second oldest cave art in France,

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5 Lascaux - Wikipedia
Lascaux (French: Grotte de Lascaux, "Lascaux Cave"; English: / l æ s ˈ k oʊ /, French: ) is the setting of a complex of caves near the village of Montignac, in the department of Dordogne in southwestern France.

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6 The Cave Art Paintings Of The Chauvet Cave
The Chauvet Cave is one of the most famous prehistoric rock art sites in the world. Located in the Ardeche region of southern France, along the bank of the river Ardeche near the Pont-d'Arc.

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7 The Cave Art Paintings Of The Lascaux Cave
Lascaux is famous for its Palaeolithic cave paintings, found in a complex of caves in the Dordogne region of southwestern France, because of their exceptional quality, size, sophistication and antiquity.

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8 Pigments Through The Ages - Prehistory - Webexhibits
Painting techniques. The first paintings were cave paintings. Ancient peoples decorated walls of protected caves with paint made from dirt or charcoal mixed with spit or animal fat.

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9 Art History Resources On The Web: …
Current art history news, comments, updates, pictures, videos, reviews, & information posted on

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10 Caves In The Dordogne - Dordogne, France, Travel …
These caves ('grottes' in French) fall into two categories - caves that are famous for the prehistoric paintings that they contain; and caves that are more renowned for their rock formations - stalactites, stalagmites, and other curious shapes formed by the effects of water over thousands of years.

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11 Rock Analysis Suggests France Cave Art Is 'oldest' - …
Graphic on the Chauvet cave in southern France, confirmed to hold the world's "oldest and most elaborate" prehistoric art ever discovered, according to a geological study to establish the age of ...

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12 Magdalenian Culture | Prehistoric Technology And …
Magdalenian culture, toolmaking industry and artistic tradition of Upper Paleolithic Europe, which followed the Solutrean industry and was succeeded by the simplified Azilian; it represents the culmination of Upper Paleolithic cultural development in Europe.

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1 Brief History Of Cave Paintings - Beacon Learning Center
Cave Paintings © Rev. 1 / 04 1 Brief History of Cave Paintings Altimira, Spain The first cave paintings were found in 1870 in Altimira, Spain by Don Marcelino and his

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