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Antediluvian - adj. Extremely old; old-fashioned; primitive.      A.Word.A.Day (December 2, 2011)

Colours in Nature: Paleolithic cave painting at Lascaux, France. Earth containing high levels of manganese oxide produce the colour black - from 'Colour - Thames & Hudson'

Mujeres Danzando. Roca de los Moros. También se constata la presencia femenina. La mujer aparece representada en acciones de pastoreo, como ocurre en la Roca de los Moros, en la provincia de Lleida, o en tareas de recolección, como las representadas en la Cueva de la Araña, en Valencia.

The Dance of Cogul - Roca dels Moros - The Roca dels Moros or Caves of El Cogul is a rock shelter containing outstanding paintings of prehistoric Levantine rock art.

Chauvet Cave Paintings. Located in the Ardeche region of southern France. Dated to be 30,000 to 33,000 years old. Believed to be world's oldest cave paintings.

A Gallery of Cave Paintings from the Chauvet Cave as part of the Bradshaw Foundation France Rock Art Archive. The Chauvet Cave is one of the most famous prehistoric rock art sites in the world.

Lascaux cave art

Rock painting of a bull and horses, c.17000 BC (ca Poster

Lascaux cave paintings - Rock painting of a bull and horses

Lascaux Cave Paintings - Virtual Tour

From: lascaux.fr/ Music 'Lullaby' by Chorus of Tribes HE LASCAUX CAVES were discovered purely by chance. On 12 September 1940 four boys were roaming through…

This mural is the oldest dating mural. It was discovered in Altamira Spain and was created in 30,000 BCE. This painting portrays 427 animals depicting 17 different species. These murals are highly sophisticated, realistic, and contained detailed shading.

Fascinating what a man's hand can create / Cave of Altamira, Spain / BCE

The Everlasting Man by G. K. Chesterton

The Everlasting Man by G. K. Chesterton

Axial Gallery, Lascaux Cave, France, c. 15,000-10,000 B.C.

Ancient Paleolithic Paintings -- Axial Gallery in Lascaux Cave, Southwest France -- This cave art is located near the village of Montignac & dates to around BCE.

The remote coastline of north western Australia is likely to be the first landing site on the continent. Groups of early ancestors crossed by boat from Timor some 60,000 years ago. The Journey of Mankind Genetic Map can prove when this event occurred, but it can only point to what these early settlers did on reaching the Kimberley region; at some point, they began to decorate the red sandstone rocks with exquisite and detailed rock art, now referred to as the Bradshaw paintings, or…

The remote coastline of north western Australia is likely to be the first landing site on the continent. Groups of early ancestors crossed by boat from Timor some 60,000 years ago. The Journey of Mankind Genetic Map can prove when this event occurred, but it can only point to what these early settlers did on reaching the Kimberley region; at some point, they began to decorate the red sandstone rocks with exquisite and detailed rock art, now referred to as the Bradshaw paintings, or…

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