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Cave of Lascaux
Information and a virtual tour of the cave from the French Ministry of Culture.
The Cave of Chauvet Pont-D'Arc
Decorated Paleolithic cave in the Ardèche region of France. The Ministry of Culture describes its discovery, authentication and preservation. The context and research. Virtual tour.
Chauvet Through the Eyes of a Sculptor
Sculptor John Robinson was invited to give an artist's view of the prehistoric art of the Cave of Chauvet Pont d'Arcby. The Bradshaw Foundation hosts his illustrated commentary.
The French Ministry of Culture describes a Paleolithic art gallery in a cave that can be accessed only through a 175-metre tunnel beneath sea level. Photographs of the animal drawings and hand stencils that decorate it.
The Dawn of Prehistoric Rock Art
An article by James Q. Jacobs summarizing the earliest known rock art, with a focus on recently discovered painted caves in Paleolithic Europe, Grotto Cosquer and Grotto Chauvet.
First Human Creations
A gallery of rock art from the caves at Lascaux in France.
Paleolithic Art Magazine
Promotes acknowledgment and interpretation of paleolithic art everywhere in the world, and of the origins of Man. In English and Italian.
Paleolithic Art of the Pyrenees
A gallery of artwork from the Magdalenian cultural horizon from the French Ministry of Culture.
Signs of Consciousness : Speculations on the Psychology of Paleolithic Graphics
by J. A. Cheyne : from Paleo-Psychology
Women in Prehistory: The Venus of Willendorf
Illustrated essay by Christopher Witcombe of Sweet Briar College on this famous figure and the history of its discovery, with bibliography.
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