Limestone slab engraved with image of
an aurochs, or extinct wild cow, discovered at Abri Blanchard in 2012.
Courtesy of Musée national de Préhistoire collections/photographer MNP - Ph. Jugie.
Anthropologists working at the Abri Blanchard dig site in France’s Vézère Valley have discovered a 38,000-year-old rock engraving, announced New York University. The ancient image is believed to be one of the earliest man-made artworks found in Europe.
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