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Lecture 4

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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT100Y1
Professor
Gary Coupland
Semester
Fall

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LECTURE 4October 8 2009 New Ideas New Worlds CROMAGNON UPPER PALEOLITHIC ARTDistribution north Africa to Siberiamajor concentrations in southwest France Northern Spain centraleastern EuropeTypes parietal cave open air petroglyphs very rare and mobility portableCoa Valley Archaeological ParkUNESCO world heritage site in northeast Portugal thousands of openair engravings of horses ibex humans andabstract figuresMobility artmany different mediaex Clay wood boneantleronly a small portion survives today engraved antler bone and ivory objects often carved intricatelyVenus Figurines widespread and enigmatic class Parietal artengraved and painted animalsbison horse wild boar ilex are commonhumans hands and geometric shapes ochre hematite charc
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