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A series of lines scratched into rock in a cave near the southwestern tip of Europe could be proof that Neanderthals were more intelligent and creative than previously thought. www.therecord.com/news-story/4818366-cave-art-suggests-neanderthals-not-as-well-neanderthal-as-once-thought/

Study claims cave art made by Neanderthals. Neanderthal rock engraving from the Gorham's Cave, Gibraltar.

September 4, 2014.  The first example of a rock engraving attributed to Neanderthals has been discovered in Gorham's Cave, Gibraltar. Dated at over 39,000 years old, it consists of a deeply impressed cross-hatching carved into rock.

First Neanderthal rock engraving found in Gibraltar: Abstract art older than thought?

September The first example of a rock engraving attributed to Neanderthals has been discovered in Gorham's Cave, Gibraltar. Dated at over years old, it consists of a deeply impressed cross-hatching carved into rock.

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Anthropologists have discovered a beautiful Greek waterfront paradise once inhabited by generations of Neanderthals up to

Meet the ancestors: French exhibit reveals prehistoric faces

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Her clothes are made from fur, hemp and nettle and for decoration she sports ivory and bone beads. She has dark hair worn in dreadlocks, tattoos and a pene

Magdalenian culture. Reconstruction of a woman from the prehistoric Magdalenian culture. The Magdalenian people, a culture of early modern humans, lived in western Europe from 15,000 to 7000 years ago, during the Upper Paleolithic period. As well as evidence of fur clothing, excavations have found a wide range of carved bone, antler and ivory artefacts. Reconstruction by Elisabeth Daynes of the Daynes Studio, Paris, France.

Reconstruction of a woman from the prehistoric Magdalenian culture. The Magdalenian people, a culture of early modern humans, lived in western Europe from to 7000 years ago, during the Upper Paleolithic period.

Chauvet Cave Paintings Gallery Discovered on December 18, 1994, it is considered one of the most significant prehistoric art sites. A study published in 2012 supports placing the art in the Aurignacian period, approximately 30,000–32,000 years ago.

Chauvet Cave Paintings Gallery Discovered on December it is considered one of the most significant prehistoric art sites. A study published in 2012 supports placing the art in the Aurignacian period, approximately years ago.

Oldest human paintings made by Neanderthals over 42,000 years ago.

The world’s oldest works of art have been found in a cave on Spain’s Costa del Sol, scientists believe. Six paintings of seals are at least years old and are the only known artistic images created by Neanderthal man, experts claim.

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