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Prehistoric Art Prehistoric Europe and the Near East Lascaux Caves 15,000 BC _ _ _ _ ! Bull Bull Paleolithic Art Europe Hall of the Bulls, Lascaux, France, ca. 15,000–13,000 BCE. Largest bull approx. 11’ 6” long Twisted Perspective “Chinese Horse”, Lascaux Caves Spotted horse &

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Paleolithic ArtEurope

Hall of the Bulls,Lascaux, France, ca. 15,000–13,000 BCE. Largest bull approx. 11’ 6” long

Twisted Perspective

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Spotted horse &

negative hand imprint,

Pech-Merle, France,

ca. 22,000 BCE

Rhino, man, & disemboweled bison, Lascaux, France, ca. 15,000–13,000 BCE

Narrative Art

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Sculpture in the round

Relief Sculpture

Woman with a bison horn, Laussel, France,c. 25,000–20,000 BCE. 1’ 6” high.

“Venus of Willendorf” c. 25,000 BCE4 ½ inches high

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Medium

Reindeer horn

Clay

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Mesolithic Art - Europe

Rock Shelter Paintings, Spain, c. 7000-4000 BCE

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Rhino, man, & disemboweled bison, Lascaux, France, ca. 15,000–13,000 BCE

Rock Shelter Paintings, Spain, c. 7000-4000 BCE

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Neolithic Monumental Architecture Europe, 4000 BCE

“Megalithic Architecture”

1. Tombs

dolmen

Passage Grave, Newgrange, Ireland,c. 3000 BCE

corbel vault

post-and-lintel

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2. Ceremonial Structures

Carnac, France, c. 4000 BCE

Stonehenge, England, c. 2500 BCE

menhir

cromlech

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The Oldest Settled Communities

Jericho, Israel, c. 8000 BCE

Great stone tower built into the settlement wall, Jericho, ca. 8000–7000 BCE.

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Lascaux, France, ca. 15,000–13,000 BCE

Rock Shelter Paintings, Spain, c. 7000-4000 BCE

Catal Huyuk, Anatolia (Turkey), c. 7000 BCE