Chauvet Cave: The Art of Earliest Times

Chauvet Cave: The Art of Earliest Times

Jean Clottes Paul G. Bahn Maurice Arnold / Feb 22, 2020
Chauvet Cave The Art of Earliest Times This book offers the first in depth look at a significant archaeological site The full color photographs make this tightly restricted site accessible to all
  • Title: Chauvet Cave: The Art of Earliest Times
  • Author: Jean Clottes Paul G. Bahn Maurice Arnold
  • ISBN: 9780874807585
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This book offers the first in depth look at a significant archaeological site The full color photographs make this tightly restricted site accessible to all.
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    1. Spelunkers Jean Marie Chauvet, Eliette Brunel, and Christian Hillaire discovered Chaubet Cave in southern France in 1994 Jean Clottes and his team were chosen by the French government to do a study of the limestone cave which has evidence of human activity dating over 30,000 years ago The team found wonderful cave paintings mostly animals, hand prints and other signs which were made using various artistic techniques They also studied the cave floor which contained stalagmites, hearths for making [...]


    2. Wasn t quite what I expected and I did skim through, looking at only the pictures in some parts, but I still enjoyed it I have a much deeper appreciation for parietal art now I did wish there was some Interpretation or Background sections, for those of us that aren t familiar with this area of study, but instead of frustration it has sparked a desire to learn .




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