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Tests Captions: Paleolithic Art


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Stone chopping tool from the Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania. c. 1.8 MYA. (British Museum).
Stone handaxe Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. 1.2 - 1.4 million years-old H: 23.8cm W: 10cm D: 5cm. (British Museum)
Paleolithic Hand-Axe. Isimila Korongo, Tanzania 60,000 years ago. Height 10”
Woman from Willendorf. c. 24,000 BCE. Height 4 3/8”.
Woman from Dolní Vestonice, Moravia, Czech Republic. 23,000 BCE. 4 1/4 x 1 7/10”.
View of Chauvet cave, painted c. 36,000 BP. Ardèche gorge, discovered 1994 by Jean-marie Chauvet and colleagues.
Handprint Bison, Chauvet Cave, France c. 32,000–30,000 BCE.
Wall Painting With Bear. Chauvet Cave, France. c. 32,000–30,000 BCE.
Wall Painting With Hyenas. Chauvet Cave, France. c. 32,000–30,000 BCE.
Stencil of human hand. Chauvet Cave, France. c. 32,000–30,000 BCE.
Wall engraving of an owl. Chauvet Cave, France. c. 32,000–30,000 BCE.
Wall painting of horses and rhinos. Chauvet Cave, France.
Bear skull placed on rock, in Chamber of the Skull, Chauvet Cave, c. 36,000 BCE.
Wall Painting of feline profiles. Chauvet Cave, France. c. 32,000–30,000 BCE.
Wall Painting of lions. Chauvet Cave, France. c. 32,000–30,000 BCE.
End Chamber Hanging rock of the "Sorcerer”, Chauvet Cave, France. c. 32,000–30,000 BCE.
Wall Painting of Bison. Chauvet Cave, France. c. 32,000–30,000 BCE.