Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
Stone-age cave paintings. Artwork depicting various animals painted on the wall of a cave. These paintings are found in the Chauvet Cave, France, the site of the earliest known cave paintings (as of 2011), which have been dated to between 32, 900 and 30, 000 years ago.
© JAVIER TRUEBA/MSF/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
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CAVE ART. Prehistoric rock painting, probably depicting a horned goddess. From Aounrhet, Tassili, Algeria
Prehistoric rock painting, probably depicting a horned goddess. From Aounrhet, Tassili, Algeria.
African, Algeria, Algerian, Cave, Drawing, Goddess, Neolithic, Painting, Primitive, Religion, Rock, Stone Age
Durrington Walls N130053
DURRINGTON WALLS, Wiltshire. Reconstruction showing the settlement at Durrington Walls near Stonehenge in about 2500BC, this view looking north, in summer. The image shows the timber monuments of the southern circle and northern circle, an avenue or roadway, and houses. This view is shown looking north from a position above and to the west of the modern car park. Born-digital reconstruction illustration created by Peter Lorimer.
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