Τρίτη, 31 Ιανουαρίου 2017

One of Europe’s Oldest Artworks, a 38,000-Year-Old Rock Carving, Is Discovered in France

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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