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Cierva pintada en la cueva de El Pindal, en Pimiango (Ribadedeva)

Cierva pintada en la cueva de El Pindal, en Pimiango (Ribadedeva)

Ces chevaux, peints dans la grotte de Tito Bustillo sont vieux d'au moins 29.000 ans (Crédit photo: Pedro Saura)

Ces chevaux, peints dans la grotte de Tito Bustillo sont vieux d'au moins 29.000 ans (Crédit photo: Pedro Saura)

Polychrome image of a pregnant mare Tito Bustillo Cave, Ribadesella, Asturias, Spain. Dating to BCE.

Cave of Swimmers

The Rock Art of Gilf Kebir - The Cave of Swimmers, Egypt. The remote Cave of Swimmers is located at Wadi Sura in the mountainous Gilf Kebir plateau of the Sahara, in southwest Egypt near the Libyan border.

Place: Museo y cuevas de Altamira, Santillana del Mar / Cantabria, Spain. Photo by: Unknown

Altamira Caves, discovered by Marcelino Sanz de Sautuola in is located on a hill near the town of Santillana del Mar (Cantabria, Spain).

A new technique, developed at ANSTO's Centre for Accelerator Science, has made it possible to produce some of the first reliable radiocarbon dates for Australian rock art in a study just published online in The Journal of Archaeological Science Reports.

Development of new techniques makes it possible to date Australian Aboriginal rock art. Aboriginal rock art from western Arnhem Land depicts style known as Northern Running Figures [Credit: Tristen Jones]

Altamira ArtCredit: Pedro SauraThe age of this club symbol at Altamira Cave reveals that artists made the caverns their palette for thousands of years

Chauvet (Francia) Arte Rupestre. Grabado de una lechuza.

Chauvet Cave, the 2nd oldest known cave art in Europe

Chauvet Cave - New World Encyclopedia. The first "artistic" cave paintings discovered.

kangourous, barramundis et autres animaux. Injalak, Terre d'Arnhem, Territoire du Nord, Australie

500 siècles d’art rupestre

kangourous, barramundis et autres animaux. Injalak, Terre d'Arnhem, Territoire du Nord, Australie

'Der Untergang' von Hans Baluschek

'Der Untergang' von Hans Baluschek

Prehistoric Cave painting | 35000 years ago | Ancient Art History

The Altamira cave paintings

Paleolithic Bulls and Other Animals Crowd Calcite Walls at Lascaux, France Photographic Print by Sisse Brimberg

Share this:MessageToEagle.com – Six to seven thousand years ago Stone Age people in Norway created a number of rock drawings that depict animals, but the rock carvings were not indented to be admired as art.  Scientists who have studied a series of Norwegian Stone Age petroglyphs now suggest the ancient drawings provided vital information. These petroglyphs …

Stone Age artists used rock art as a billboard April 2016 - A series of Norwegian Stone Age rock drawings suggests petroglyphs provided information, not art. Stone Age artists used rock art as a billboard

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