There were no camels in the Ural Mountains during the Upper Paleolithic era and yet, scientists have discovered a cave painting of the animal in the Kapova cave that is located in Southern Urals. Painted in red ochre and partially outlined with charcoal, the image is preliminary estimated to be between 14,500 and 37,700 years.

There were no camels in the Ural Mountains during the Upper Paleolithic era and yet, scientists have discovered a cave painting of the animal in the Kapova cave that is located in Southern Urals. Painted in red ochre and partially outlined with charcoal, the image is preliminary estimated to be between 14,500 and 37,700 years.

Venus de Brassempouy  --  27000-25000 BCE  (Upper Paleolithic Era) Fragmentary, ivory figurine found in a cave near Brassempouy, France in 1892.  The earliest known realistically-fashioned image of a woman.  On display @ Musee d'Archeologie Nationale, Saint Germain-en-Laye, France

The Brassempouy (French: la Dame de Brassempouy, meaning Brassempouy Lady) a fragmentary ivory figurine from the Upper Palaeolithic. It was discovered in a cave at Brassempouy, France in About years old,of the earliest representations of a human face.

Ancient Paleolithic paintings in Lascaux, south west of France. This cave art is located near the village of Montignac in the Dordogne. Dates to around 12,000 BC. Plus

See real cave art. Ancient Paleolithic paintings in Lascaux, south west of France. This cave art is located near the village of Montignac in the Dordogne. Dates to around BC.

34 minutes on Paleolithic Era

34 minutes on Paleolithic Era

thyrell: “ when you see a wolf and also you’re an early human in the paleolithic era ”

thyrell: “ when you see a wolf and also you’re an early human in the paleolithic era ”

Le premier visage retrouvé est celui de la dame de Brassempouy découverte dans les Landes en 24000 ans avant J-C.

"Venus of Brassempouy" -- BCE -- Upper Paleolithic Era -- Fragmentary, Ivory (mammoth tusk) figurine discovered in a cave near Brassempouy, France in The earliest known realistically-fashioned image of a woman.

This cranium, of Homo heidelbergensis, a Lower Paleolithic predecessor to Homo neanderthalensis and possibly Homo sapiens, dates to sometime between 500,000 and 400,000 BP.

Cranium 5 is one of the most important discoveries in the Sima de los Huesos, Atapuerca (Spain) Homo heidelbergensis (See this fossil in Sapiens mobile app)

Paleolithic - Wikipedia

Paleolithic - Wikipedia

Venus de Willendorf.  c. 25000 BP. Paleolithique, Aurignacien. Calcaire, Autriche. ©Kathleen Cohen

Magick Wicca Witch Witchcraft: Venus of Willendorf, circa 25000 BCE European Paleolithic: Aurignacian Limestone, Austria.

Cave art trove found in Spain 1,000 feet underground: This image released by the Diputacion Floral de Bizkaia on Friday May 27, 2016, shows a cave drawing. Spanish archaeologists say they have discovered an exceptional set of Paleolithic-era cave drawings that could rank among the best in a country that already boasts some of the world's most important cave art. Chief site archaeologist Diego Garate said Friday that an estimated 70 drawings were found on ledges 300 meters (1,000 feet)…

MADRID (AP) — Spanish archaeologists say they have discovered an exceptional set of Paleolithic-era cave drawings that could rank among the best in a country that already boasts some of the world's most important cave art.

The Venus Figurines of the European Paleolithic Era

The Venus Figurines - Paleolithic Period. More than 200 figurines have been found, dating back to between and BC.

The Venus Figurines of the European Paleolithic Era

The Venus Figurines of the European Paleolithic Era The Venus figurines is a term given to a collection of prehistoric statuettes of women made during the Paleolithic Period, mostly found in Europe, but with finds as far as Siberia.

A selection of some of the Venus figurines found throughout Europe

Venus figurines is a term used to describes a number of prehistoric statuettes. These statuettes portray women with similar physical attributes. Found through Europe and extending to Eurasia.

in fact, in almost all parts of the world where their use has been forgotten -- flint arrowheads and axes turned up by farmer's plows are considered to have fallen from the sky. They are often thought to be thunderbolts and are called "Thunderstones". It was not until travellers returned from far-away places where these implements were in actual use that the origins of these objects became known. Even then, these travelers' tales received little popular credence.

Lower Paleolithic biface viewed from both its superior and inferior surface. Lower Paleolithic humans used a variety of stone tools, including hand axes and choppers.

Devetashka cave is an enormous cave in Bulgaria, which has provided shelter for groups of humans since the late Paleolithic era, and continuously for tens of thousands of years since then. Now abandon

Devetashka cave is an enormous cave in Bulgaria, which has provided shelter for groups of humans since the late Paleolithic era, and continuously for tens of thousands of years since then. Now abandon

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