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"Journey into the Paleolithic: Exploring Stone-Age Cave Paintings and Ancient Artifacts" Step back in time as we delve into the fascinating world of the Paleolithic era

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Paleolithic Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Paleolithic Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Paleolithic Collection: Lascaux II cave painting replica C013 / 7378
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Paleolithic Collection: Venus of Willendorf, Stone Age figurine
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Paleolithic Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Paleolithic Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Paleolithic Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Paleolithic Collection: Lascaux cave painting, Bordeaux, France (photo)
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Paleolithic Collection: Venus of Brassempouy
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Paleolithic Collection: CAVE ART: PECH MERLE. Prehistoric human handprint from Pech Merle cave, France
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Paleolithic Collection: Paleolithic. France. Cabrerets. Pech Merle cave. The dotted
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Paleolithic Collection: Venus of Laussel. 25 mil. -18 mil. BC. Venus
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Paleolithic Collection: CAVE ART: BISON. Bison from the Nave at Lascaux, Dordogne, France, 7 feet and 10. 5 inches
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Paleolithic Collection: Prehistoric cave art of a bull, Altamira, Spain
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Paleolithic Collection: LASCAUX: RUNNING DEER. Running deer from the Cave of Lascaux, Montignac, France
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Paleolithic Collection: CAVE ART. Standing bull bison from Cave of Altamira, Santander, Spain, c10, 000 B. C
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Paleolithic Collection: NEANDERTHAL MAN. First reconstruction of a Neanderthal man, from the La Chapelle-aux-Saints
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Paleolithic Collection: SPAIN. Santillana de Mar. Altamira Caves. Bison
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Paleolithic Collection: SPAIN. Ribadesella. Tito Bustillo Cave. Shaggy
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Paleolithic Collection: CAVE ART: HORSE. Engraved head of a horse in the Rouffignac cave, Dordogne, France, c11, 000 B. C
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Paleolithic Collection: FRANCE
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Paleolithic Collection: Mrs. Ples skull
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Paleolithic Collection: Homo rudolfensis (KNM-ER 1470) Homo habilis (KNM-ER 1813)
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Paleolithic Collection: PREHISTORIC MAN: TOOLS. Prehistoric men making tools and weapons from flint
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Paleolithic Collection: PALEOLITHIC TOOLS. Paleolithic scraper (left) and arrow heads, c40, 000 B. C
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Paleolithic Collection: Prehistoric cave art of a horse with foal, Altamira, Spain
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Paleolithic Collection: Stone Age carving, Magdalenian culture C014 / 2411
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Paleolithic Collection: Lascaux II cave painting replica C013 / 7382
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Paleolithic Collection: Red Lady of Paviland femur C016 / 5028
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Paleolithic Collection: Upper Palaeolithic tools 18 - 30, 000 years old
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Paleolithic Collection: CAVE ART: MAMMOTHS. Clay finger drawings of two mammoths facing each other
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Paleolithic Collection: PREHISTORIC SKULLS. Australopithecus africanus skulls, from South Africa
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Paleolithic Collection: Palaeolithic artwork on the roof of the Zoo Cave, Bhimbetka Caves
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Paleolithic Collection: Three serrated points, from Volgu, Solutrean Period, 20000-15000 BC (flint)
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Paleolithic Collection: FRANCE
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Paleolithic Collection: Prehistory. Paleolithic. Hunters manufacturing weapons
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Paleolithic Collection: Bison Painting in Altamira caves, Upper Paleolithic museum, Santander, Cantabria, Spain (photo)
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Paleolithic Collection: The Sorcerer, Medicine Man, or Shaman
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Paleolithic Collection: Bone Harpoons for fishing, Dordogne region, France, Paleolithic Period, (c20th century)
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Paleolithic Collection: Two horses and two male ibex (Upper Paleolithic)
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Paleolithic Collection: Reproduction of Coa river Valley rock art at the Coa Valley Art and Archaeology Museum
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Paleolithic Collection: Animal engraving at Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape Reserve has an outstanding
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Paleolithic Collection: Aurochs. Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape Reserve has an outstanding collection
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Paleolithic Collection: Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape Reserve has an outstanding collection of more than 6
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Paleolithic Collection: Men and a boat rock engravings. Gobustan Rock Art Cultural Landscape Reserve has an
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Paleolithic Collection: SPAIN. Kortezubi. Horse (13000 BF). Upper Paleolithic
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Paleolithic Collection: Venus of Willendorf


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"Journey into the Paleolithic: Exploring Stone-Age Cave Paintings and Ancient Artifacts" Step back in time as we delve into the fascinating world of the Paleolithic era. From the breathtaking replica of Lascaux II cave paintings to the mesmerizing stone-age cave paintings found in Chauvet, France, these ancient artworks offer a glimpse into our distant past. In Chauvet, France, we are transported to a time when early humans expressed their creativity through intricate drawings on cave walls. The detailed depictions of animals and scenes from everyday life provide valuable insights into their culture and way of living. As we venture further, we encounter more captivating finds such as the Venus of Brassempouy - a small ivory figurine representing one of humanity's earliest known representations of a human face. This delicate artifact reminds us that art has always been an essential part of our existence. Moving across borders, Spain reveals its own treasure trove at Altamira Caves in Santillana de Mar. Here, bison come alive with remarkable realism on rock surfaces. These masterpieces showcase not only artistic talent but also an intimate connection between early humans and nature. Back in France, Pech Merle cave presents us with another extraordinary sight - dotted patterns adorning its walls like celestial constellations. These enigmatic markings leave us pondering their significance and purpose within this ancient society. The journey wouldn't be complete without mentioning the iconic Venus figures that have captivated archaeologists for centuries. From Venus of Laussel to various other iterations found throughout Europe during this period, these sculptures symbolize fertility and female power while shedding light on gender roles prevalent at that time. Finally, let's not forget about one of the most famous pieces from Lascaux - Bison from Nave. Standing tall at 7 feet and 5 inches high, this majestic creature showcases Style III artwork dating back to approximately 15, 000 B. C.