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  • Jessica Alvarez

    10,000 year old cave painting. "Cueva de las Manos," in Argentina.

  • Year 8 E/RA

    Cueva de las Manos The Cueva de las Manos, which was situated in an isolated area in the Patagonian landscape of southern Argentina, has many depictions of hunting scenes as well as guanacos, rheas and other animals. The paintings are believed to be created between 13,000 and 9,500 years ago. Because most of the hands in the painting are left hands, it is suggested that painters held a spraying pipe with their right hand

  • Donna Prigmore

    Lascaux Cave Paintings Hand Prints - Bing Images

  • El KOVE (abans el KIOSK del Raval)

    Prehistoric Cave art. És increible, quins éssers meravellosos van viure aquelles èpoques d'herois que van esdevenir els nostres avantpassats?

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