Fanny - Mary - François EdL

Fanny - Mary - François EdL

Fanny - Mary - François EdL
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Squelette pigment rouge

Squelette pigment rouge

Parure du paléolithique moyen d'Arcy-sur-Cure

Parure du paléolithique moyen d'Arcy-sur-Cure

Harpon, poinçons et aiguilles (15 000 - 8000 avant J.-C.) http://geschiedenisenkunst.com/images/602.jpg

Harpon, poinçons et aiguilles (15 000 - 8000 avant J.-C.) http://geschiedenisenkunst.com/images/602.jpg

Silex - Paléolithique

Silex - Paléolithique

Silex - Paléolithique

Silex - Paléolithique

Man confronted by a bear. Carved on bone about 10,000 years ago. Found at Le Mas d'Azil.

Man confronted by a bear. Carved on bone about 10,000 years ago. Found at Le Mas d'Azil.

Statuette figurant une tête de cheval hennissant. Bois de renne. Grotte du Mas d'Azil au Mas d'Azil (Ariège). Magdalénien moyen / supérieur. Vers - 15 000 / - 11 000 ans. Fouilles Édouard Piette, 1887-1894.

Statuette figurant une tête de cheval hennissant. Bois de renne. Grotte du Mas d'Azil au Mas d'Azil (Ariège). Magdalénien moyen / supérieur. Vers - 15 000 / - 11 000 ans. Fouilles Édouard Piette, 1887-1894.

The development of civilisation has relied heavily on the discovery of metals. Prehistoric man used metals to build tools and weapons and as our knowl

The development of civilisation has relied heavily on the discovery of metals. Prehistoric man used metals to build tools and weapons and as our knowl

Male figure  Chalcolithic Age, c. 3500 BC  Safadi, near Beersheba, northern Negev, Levant  Hippopotamus ivory  Louvre

Male figure Chalcolithic Age, c. 3500 BC Safadi, near Beersheba, northern Negev, Levant Hippopotamus ivory Louvre

"Lion Man" is an ancient figurine sculpted from a mammoth's tusk 40,000 years ago. It was discovered at the back of the Stadel Cave in the Swabian Alps in Germany in 1939, broken into 200 pieces. Experts re-assembled it in 1970. Further fragments were later found among the previously excavated material and these were added to the figure in 1989. As of 2013, it is the oldest sculpture ever found.

"Lion Man" is an ancient figurine sculpted from a mammoth's tusk 40,000 years ago. It was discovered at the back of the Stadel Cave in the Swabian Alps in Germany in 1939, broken into 200 pieces. Experts re-assembled it in 1970. Further fragments were later found among the previously excavated material and these were added to the figure in 1989. As of 2013, it is the oldest sculpture ever found.