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Paleolithic Art
3,000,000-9000 BCE
Prehistoric Europe And The Near East Map
Lion man,from Hohlenstein,
Germany ca. 30,000-28,000
BCE. Mammoth ivory, 11 5/8″
high. Ulcer Museum, Ulm.
Venus of Willendorf (nude
woman), from Willendorf,
Austria, ca. 28,000-25,000
BCE. Limestone, 4 1/4″ high.
Naturhistorisch...
Woman holding a bison horn, from
Laussel, France, ca. 25,000-20,000
BCE. Painted limestone, 1’6″
high. Musée d’Aquitane, B...
Two bison, reliefs in the cave at Le Tuc d’Audoubert, France, ca.
15,000-10,000 BCE. Clay, right bison 2′ 7/8″ long.
Bison licking its flank, fragmentary spear-thrower, from La
Madeleine, France, ca. 12,000 BCE. Reindeer horn, 4′ 1/8″
long...
Caves at Altamira ca. 35,000 to 11,000 BC
Bison Detail of a painted ceiling in the cave Altamira, Spain,
ca.13,000-11,000 BCE standing Bison 5’ 2 ½” long.
Spotted horses and negative hand imprints, wall painting in
the cave at Pech-Merle, France, ca. 23,000-22,000 BCE. 11’2″
l...
Hall of the Bulls - Lascaux, Dordogne, France ca. 15,000-13,000
BCE - Cave Painting - Largest Bull Approx. 138" long
Chauvet Cave (ca. 30,000 B.C.)
Aurochs, horses, and rhinoceroses, wall painting in the Chauvet
Cave, Vallon-Pont-d’Arc, France, ca. 30,000-28,000 or ca.1...
Rhinoceros, wounded man, and disemboweled bison, painting
in the well of the cave at Lascaux, France, ca. 16,000-14,000
BC...
Aerial view of Stonehenge (looking northwest), Salisbury Plain,
Wiltshire, England, ca. 2550-1600 BCE. Circle 97′ in diame...
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  1. 1. Paleolithic Art 3,000,000-9000 BCE
  2. 2. Prehistoric Europe And The Near East Map
  3. 3. Lion man,from Hohlenstein, Germany ca. 30,000-28,000 BCE. Mammoth ivory, 11 5/8″ high. Ulcer Museum, Ulm.
  4. 4. Venus of Willendorf (nude woman), from Willendorf, Austria, ca. 28,000-25,000 BCE. Limestone, 4 1/4″ high. Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna.
  5. 5. Woman holding a bison horn, from Laussel, France, ca. 25,000-20,000 BCE. Painted limestone, 1’6″ high. Musée d’Aquitane, Bordeaux
  6. 6. Two bison, reliefs in the cave at Le Tuc d’Audoubert, France, ca. 15,000-10,000 BCE. Clay, right bison 2′ 7/8″ long.
  7. 7. Bison licking its flank, fragmentary spear-thrower, from La Madeleine, France, ca. 12,000 BCE. Reindeer horn, 4′ 1/8″ long. Musée d’Archéologie Nationale, Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
  8. 8. Caves at Altamira ca. 35,000 to 11,000 BC
  9. 9. Bison Detail of a painted ceiling in the cave Altamira, Spain, ca.13,000-11,000 BCE standing Bison 5’ 2 ½” long.
  10. 10. Spotted horses and negative hand imprints, wall painting in the cave at Pech-Merle, France, ca. 23,000-22,000 BCE. 11’2″ long.
  11. 11. Hall of the Bulls - Lascaux, Dordogne, France ca. 15,000-13,000 BCE - Cave Painting - Largest Bull Approx. 138" long
  12. 12. Chauvet Cave (ca. 30,000 B.C.)
  13. 13. Aurochs, horses, and rhinoceroses, wall painting in the Chauvet Cave, Vallon-Pont-d’Arc, France, ca. 30,000-28,000 or ca.15,000- 13,000 BCE. Right rhinoceros 3’4″ long.
  14. 14. Rhinoceros, wounded man, and disemboweled bison, painting in the well of the cave at Lascaux, France, ca. 16,000-14,000 BCE. Bison 3′ 41/2″ long.
  15. 15. Aerial view of Stonehenge (looking northwest), Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England, ca. 2550-1600 BCE. Circle 97′ in diameter; trilithons 24′ high.

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