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bisonte, grotta vogelherd, 40.000 anni fa

bisonte, grotta vogelherd, 40.000 anni fa

Vogelhert Cave - 35,000 year old mammoth figurine made from ivory. It is one of the oldest pieces of art ever found.:

Vogelhert Cave - 35,000 year old mammoth figurine made from ivory. It is one of the oldest pieces of art ever found.:

leone, grotta Vogelherd, 40.000 anni fa

leone, grotta Vogelherd, 40.000 anni fa

Teschi integrati con stucco; 9.500-9.000 anni fa circa, Neolitico preceramico (6.800-6.500 a.C.); teschi umani integrati con stucco; Damasco, Siria. I teschi furono ritrovati nei pressi della città di Damasco, in Siria. Essi sono un'importante testimonianza dell'introduzione, in questa fase del Neolitico, del culto del defunto, il cui volto, dopo la decomposizione, veniva integrato con stucco in modo da ricostruire le fattezza del morto.

Teschi integrati con stucco; 9.500-9.000 anni fa circa, Neolitico preceramico (6.800-6.500 a.C.); teschi umani integrati con stucco; Damasco, Siria. I teschi furono ritrovati nei pressi della città di Damasco, in Siria. Essi sono un'importante testimonianza dell'introduzione, in questa fase del Neolitico, del culto del defunto, il cui volto, dopo la decomposizione, veniva integrato con stucco in modo da ricostruire le fattezza del morto.

Articulated figure, also made of mammoth ivory & around 26,000 years old. Found near Brno in the Czech Republic, was buried beside the body of a man in his 40s. "The ivory figurine has a strange spectral face," says Jill Cook, of British Museum, "while at the bottom of head, there is a little hollow that would have allowed head to rotate. Similarly, its arms could have come up & down. The legs – which are missing – probably did the same. As to its purpose? This was a puppet, the world's…

Articulated figure, also made of mammoth ivory & around 26,000 years old. Found near Brno in the Czech Republic, was buried beside the body of a man in his 40s. "The ivory figurine has a strange spectral face," says Jill Cook, of British Museum, "while at the bottom of head, there is a little hollow that would have allowed head to rotate. Similarly, its arms could have come up & down. The legs – which are missing – probably did the same. As to its purpose? This was a puppet, the world's…

reperto, Göbekli Tepe, Turchia

reperto, Göbekli Tepe, Turchia

Little Lionhead, 40.000 - 35.000 b.c., Mammoth Ivory. One of the first works of art of mankind.  For the people of the Ice Age a lion was a real threat but admired as well, as this fine carved head shows. Originally this was a complete figure. Found in Germany. Landesmuseum Württemberg.

Little Lionhead, 40.000 - 35.000 b.c., Mammoth Ivory. One of the first works of art of mankind. For the people of the Ice Age a lion was a real threat but admired as well, as this fine carved head shows. Originally this was a complete figure. Found in Germany. Landesmuseum Württemberg.

Animal, Vogelherd.   Photo: Rau et al. (2009)

Animal, Vogelherd. Photo: Rau et al. (2009)

Nuestros antiguos maestros :: El Libertario

Nuestros antiguos maestros :: El Libertario

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