Prehistoric Art. 40,000 BCE-1000 BCE. Stonehenge.
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40,000 BCE-1000 BCE
Post and Lintel: This architectural system and building method has been commonly used for centuries to support the weight of the structure located above the openings created by windows and doors. The beam must past over the tops of the supporters.
Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire England. C. 2750-1500 BCE.
Hohlenstein-Stadel, Germany. C. 30,000-26,000 BCE. Mammoth ivory, height 11 1/4”
Woman from Willendorf
Austria. C. 24,000 BCE. Limestone, height 4 1/2”
Woman from Ostrava Petrokovice
Czech Republic. C. 23,000 BCE. Hematite, height 1 1/4.
Le Tuc d’Audonbert, France. C. 13,000 BCE. Unbaked clay, length 25”
Hall of Bulls
Lascaux Cave, Dorodogne, France. C. 15,000 BCE. Paint on limestone.
Chalk pastels will stain clothes do not wipe your hands on your clothes or anyone else’s clothes.