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The beginnings of art history, from neolithic cave paintings to the advent of civilization and writing.

The beginnings of art history, from neolithic cave paintings to the advent of civilization and writing.

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    • Pre-Historic Europe
    • Hohle Fels Figurine, c. 35-40,000 BCE
    • Human with Feline Head, c. 32,000 BCE
    • Venus of Willendorf, c. 28-25,000 BCE
    • Various Animals, Chauvet-Pont-dArc, c. 35-25,000 BCE
    • Wounded Bison, Altamira, c. 15-10,000 BCE
    • Spotted Horses, Pech-Merle, c. 16,000 BCE
    • Female and Male Figures, c. 3500 BCE
    • Stonehenge, Salisbury Plains, England, c. 3000 BCE
    • Skulls with Plaster and Shell, Lower Galilee, Israel, c. 6-7,000 BCE
    • Ancient Near East
    • Sumerian Cuneiform, c. 2500 B.C.E.,
    • Royal Standard of Ur, c. 2700 B.C.E.,
    • Ziggurat of Ur, c. 2100 B.C.E.
    • Law Code Stele of King Hammurabi, Babylonian, 1792-1750 B.C.E.
    • Sacking of Susa by Ashurbanipal, North Palace, Nineveh, 647 B.C.E.
    • Ishtar Gate and Processional Way, Babylon, c. 575 B.C.E.