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The Applied History of Art and Architecture Wh Why the passion? Wha What is the point?
 
 
 
 
 
 
This cave In Australia Is said to have been painted 70,000 years ago
Chauvet ,   31,000 BC  BC
 
Cosquer-27,000 and 19,000 years ago. The cave you can no longer see.
Peche Merle-25,000 BC-17,000 BC
And found by two teen-age boys
Altamira, Spain   16,000 To 9,000 BC
 
 
A Story about a cave in France
 
LASCAUX 17,000 BC 15,000 BC
 
TWYFELFONTEIN, NAMBIA, AFRICA Africa  25,000 BC
 
ANCIENT CHINA 5,000 BCE
 
 
And the great standing stones of England
 
STONE HENGE 3100 BC
Ancient America
Prehistoric Brazil
Prehistoric Sculpture
A Bison 11,000-9,000 BC Raindeer Horn La Madeleine,France
 
Prehistoric Architecture
 
 
 
Prehistoric   America The span of time The South West We came about 1700 BCE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Barrier Canyon Barrier Canyon Style 2,000 BC
 
 
 
The Great Gallery 11,000 BPE
 
 
 
 
The Ute People
 
Nine Mile Canyon
 
 
 
 
 
 
Grand Gulch  Grand Gulch A different style
 
 
 
 
 
 
For Jim Betz
News Paper Rock Yet another style
 
 
 
 
Cotton Wood Canyon-a hunting party
 
 
Sego Canyon 1000 BC-500 PE
 
 
 
 
Living in  Bandolier A look at the architecture
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Under News Paper Rock
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Canyon de Chelly,  Arizona
Canyon do Chelly  White House Ruins
Cave Dwellings Bandelier New Mexico
 
 
Mule Canyon
 
 
National Bridges National Monument
 
 
 
 
Cliff House, Mesa Verde
Blyth Intaglios
 
 
 
And there are always the hands.
A Africa
 
 
Chad
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Nambia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Unit 1. Introduction prehistory by Katherine Bolman

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Introduction the art of ancient times. This first show is to introduce Very Ancient Art. The next will have more depth

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  • Chauvet-31,000
  • Cosquer-27,000 and 19,000 years ago.
  • Neolithic Majiaya Culture (5000 years ago)
  • Standing Stones England
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    1. 1. The Applied History of Art and Architecture Wh Why the passion? Wha What is the point?
    2. 8. This cave In Australia Is said to have been painted 70,000 years ago
    3. 9. Chauvet , 31,000 BC BC
    4. 11. Cosquer-27,000 and 19,000 years ago. The cave you can no longer see.
    5. 12. Peche Merle-25,000 BC-17,000 BC
    6. 13. And found by two teen-age boys
    7. 14. Altamira, Spain 16,000 To 9,000 BC
    8. 17. A Story about a cave in France
    9. 19. LASCAUX 17,000 BC 15,000 BC
    10. 21. TWYFELFONTEIN, NAMBIA, AFRICA Africa 25,000 BC
    11. 23. ANCIENT CHINA 5,000 BCE
    12. 26. And the great standing stones of England
    13. 28. STONE HENGE 3100 BC
    14. 29. Ancient America
    15. 30. Prehistoric Brazil
    16. 31. Prehistoric Sculpture
    17. 32. A Bison 11,000-9,000 BC Raindeer Horn La Madeleine,France
    18. 34. Prehistoric Architecture
    19. 38. Prehistoric America The span of time The South West We came about 1700 BCE
    20. 47. Barrier Canyon Barrier Canyon Style 2,000 BC
    21. 51. The Great Gallery 11,000 BPE
    22. 56. The Ute People
    23. 58. Nine Mile Canyon
    24. 65. Grand Gulch Grand Gulch A different style
    25. 72. For Jim Betz
    26. 73. News Paper Rock Yet another style
    27. 78. Cotton Wood Canyon-a hunting party
    28. 81. Sego Canyon 1000 BC-500 PE
    29. 86. Living in Bandolier A look at the architecture
    30. 101. Under News Paper Rock
    31. 110. Canyon de Chelly, Arizona
    32. 111. Canyon do Chelly White House Ruins
    33. 112. Cave Dwellings Bandelier New Mexico
    34. 115. Mule Canyon
    35. 118. National Bridges National Monument
    36. 123. Cliff House, Mesa Verde
    37. 124. Blyth Intaglios
    38. 128. And there are always the hands.
    39. 129. A Africa
    40. 132. Chad
    41. 148. Nambia
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