Paleolithic cave painting, Lascaux Cave, France. These are horse and cow figures in the central gallery. The Lascaux cave paintings in south-western France, around 17,000 years old, were painted by Cro-Magnon man, an early European culture of modern humans (Homo sapiens sapiens), using red, brown and yellow ochre, and black manganese dioxide. They may have had religious and artistic significance.
October 10th, 2015
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