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  1. SPOTTED HORSES AND HUMAN HANDSPech-Merle Cave. Dordogne, France. Horses 25,000-24,000 BCE; hands c. 15,000 BCE. Paint on limestone, individual horses over 5' (1.5 m) in length. [Fig. 01-01]

  2. RAINBOW SERPENT ROCKWestern Arnhem Land, Australia. [Fig. 01-02]

  3. PREHISTORIC EUROPE[Map 01-01]

  4. PALEOLITHIC HAND-AXEFrom Isimila Korongo, Tanzania. 60,000 years ago.Stone, height 10" (25.4 cm). [Fig. 01-03]

  5. DECORATED OCHERFrom Blombos Cave, southern Cape coast, South Africa.75,000 years ago. [Fig. 01-04]

  6. RECONSTRUCTION DRAWING OF MAMMOTH-BONE HOUSESUkraine. c. 16,000-10,000 BCE. [Fig. 01-05]

  7. LION-HUMANFrom Hohlenstein-Stadel, Germany. c. 30,000-26,000 BCE.Mammoth ivory, height 11-5/8" (29.6 cm).Ulmer Museum, Ulm, Germany. [Fig. 01-06]

  8. WOMAN FROM WILLENDORFAustria. c. 24,000 BCE. Limestone, height 4-3/8" (11 cm).Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna. [Fig. 01-07]

  9. WOMAN FROM DOLNÍ VĔSTONICEMoravia, Czech Republic. 23,000 BCE.Fired clay, 4-1/4" × 1-7/10" (11 × 4.3 cm).Moravske Museum, Brno, Czech Republic. [Fig. 01-08]

  10. WOMAN FROM BRASSEMPOUYGrotte du Pape, Brassempouy, Landes, France. Probably c. 30,000 BCE.Ivory, height 1-1/4" (3.6 cm).Musée des Antiquités Nationales, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France. [Fig. 01-09]

  11. TECHNIQUE: Prehistoric Wall Painting

  12. WALL PAINTING WITH HORSES, RHINOCEROSES, AND AUROCHSChauvet Cave. Vallon-Pont-d'Arc, Ardèche Gorge, France.c. 32,000-30,000 BCE. Paint on limestone. [Fig. 01-10]

  13. HALL OF BULLSLascaux Cave. Dordogne, France. c. 15,000 BCE.Paint on limestone, length of largest auroch (bull) 18' (5.50 m). [Fig. 01-11]

  14. BIRD-HEADED MAN WITH BISONShaft scene in Lascaux Cave. c. 15,000 BCE.Paint on limestone, length approx. 9' (2.75 m). [Fig. 01-12]

  15. BISONCeiling of a cave at Altamira, Spain. c. 12,500 BCE.Paint on limestone, length approx. 8'3" (2.5 m). [Fig. 01-13]

  16. BISONLe Tuc d'Audoubert, France. c. 13,000 BCE.Unbaked clay, length 25" (63.5 cm) and 24" (60.9 cm). [Fig. 01-14]

  17. RECONSTRUCTION drawing OF LEPENSKI VIR HOUSE/SHRINESerbia. 6000 BCE. [Fig. 01-15]

  18. HUMAN-FISH SCULPTUREFrom Lepenski Vir, Serbia. c. 6300-5500 BCE. [Fig. 01-16]

  19. MEN TAUNTING A DEER (?)Detail of a wall painting from Çatalhöyük, Turkey. c. 6000 BCE.Museum of Anatolian Civilization, Ankara, Turkey. [Fig. 01-17]

  20. A CLOSER LOOK: A House in ÇatalhöyükReconstruction drawing. Turkey. 7400-6200 BCE.

  21. SESKLO STONE-FOUNDATION HOUSESesklo, northern Greece. 6500 BCE. [Fig. 01-18]

  22. TOMB INTERIOR WITH CORBELING AND ENGRAVED STONESNewgrange, Ireland. c. 3000-2500 BCE. [Fig. 01-19]

  23. STONEHENGE FROM THE AIRSalisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England. c. 2900-1500 BCE. [Fig. 01-20]

  24. STONEHENGE FROM THE GROUND [Fig. 01-21]

  25. ELEMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE: Early construction methods

  26. PLAN OF STONEHENGE AND ITS SURROUNDING SETTLEMENTS[Fig. 01-22]

  27. RECONSTRUCTION DRAWING OF DURRINGTON WALLSThe settlement at Durrington Walls, near Stonehenge, southern England. 2600 BCE.[Fig. 01-23]

  28. EARLY POTTERY FROM JAPAN'S JOMON CULTURE12,000 BCE. [Fig. 01-24]

  29. EARLY POTTERY FROM THE FRANCHTHI CAVE, GREECE6500 BCE. [Fig. 01-25]

  30. FIGURES OF A WOMAN AND A MANFrom Cernavodă, Romania. c. 4500 BCE. Ceramic, height 4-1/2" (11.5 cm).National History Museum, Bucharest. [Fig. 01-26]

  31. FIGURES OF A WOMAN AND A MANFrom Cernavodă, Romania. c. 4500 BCE. Ceramic, height 4-1/2" (11.5 cm).National History Museum, Bucharest.G70 [Fig. 01-26]

  32. HUMAN FIGUREFrom 'Ain Ghazal, Jordan. 6500 BCE.Fired lime plaster with cowrie shell, bitumen, and paint, height approx. 35" (90 cm).National Museum, Amman, Jordan. [Fig. 01-27]

  33. GOLD-ADORNED FACE MASKFrom Tomb 3, Varna I, Bulgaria. Neolithic, 3800 BCE.Terra cotta and gold. Archaeological Museum, Plovdiv, Bulgaria. [Fig. 01-28]

  34. GOLD SCEPTERSFrom Varna, Bulgaria. 3800 BCE.National Museum of History, Sofia, Bulgaria. [Fig. 01-29]

  35. ROCK ART: BOAT AND SEA BATTLEFossum, northern Bohuslän, Sweden.Bronze Age, c. 1500-500 BCE. [Fig. 01-30]