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au BRITISH MUSEUM - très belle gravure de cheval au galop sur un bâton perforé de La Madeleine

Complete antler bâton, near-cylindrical in section with two perforations above the burr. Extremity of the shaft is cut across and snapped, apparently intentionally. Both obverse and reverse surfaces are decorated with a galloping horse;

Bastón de mando | Cueva de El Pendo (Cantabria) | Paleolítico superior (40.000 - 10.000 años BP)

Bastón de mando | Cueva de El Pendo (Cantabria) | Paleolítico superior (40.000 - 10.000 años BP)

MAS d'AZIL - bâton percé - protomé de cheval sculpté VOIR SITE SUR PROPULSEURS/ http://www.hominides.com/html/dossiers/propulseur.php

MAS d'AZIL - bâton percé - protomé de cheval sculpté VOIR SITE SUR PROPULSEURS/ http://www.hominides.com/html/dossiers/propulseur.php

Bastón de mando de la cueva de El Castillo (Cantabria).

Bastón de mando de la cueva de El Castillo (Cantabria).

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Earth Witch: ~ Forest Faun - Magic Crystal Wand Roe Deer Antler Talisman, by Susan Tooker of Spinning Castle.

Mammoth tusk bird figurine. Among the museum's most highly prized treasures is a small ivory figurine of a female bird. Made from the tusk of a mammoth, it was found in 1908 at the Palaeolithic settlement of Mezin near the Russian border.

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Among the museum's most highly prized treasures is a small ivory figurine of a female bird. Made from the tusk of a mammoth, it was found in 1908 at the Palaeolithic settlement of Mezin near the Russian border.

GORGE-D'ENFER - les EYZIES - bâton perforé avec double phallus

Were these used in ancient rites of sexuality?

Neolithic cat head -- terracotta - c. 4000 BC.  The Vinča culture (c. 6000 to 3000 BC) takes its name from the city of Vinča, near Belgrade, in Serbia, where archaeologists unearthed important remains in 1908. The Vinča people were concentrated near the Danube, in what is now Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, and Macedonia, but left traces throughout the Balkans.

4000 BCE Neolithic terracotta cat-like head, from Belo Brdo site, Vinča…

Set of Three Neolithic Age Stone Artifacts were found just off the shore of the island of Funen, Denmark. This was the site of an ancient stone age settlement called "Mejloe", which is now covered by the Baltic sea.  The settlement dates to the Ertebölle Culture: 5,400 to 3,900 B.C.

Set of Three Neolithic Age Stone Artifacts were found just off the shore of the…

Bone horse head; ca. 12,000 BCE. The structure of the bone did not allow for carving in the round, and the reverse side is flat. Abri du Roc-aux-Sorciers, cave Taillebourg, Angles-sur-L'Anglin (Vienne, France).

Bone Horse Head ~ Circa BCE ~ The structure of the bone did not allow for carving in the round; reverse side is flat.

Prehistoric Cave painting | 35000 years ago | Ancient Art History

The earliest known cave paintings/drawings of animals are at least years old and are found in Pettakere cave on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia, according to datings announced in Previously it was believed that the earliest paintings were in Europe.

-17 000 -10 000 Deux faces d'une meme spatule en bois de cervides, Magdalenien, Grotte Rey, France.jpg (908×1267)

-17 000 -10 000 Deux faces d'une meme spatule en bois de cervides, Magdalenien, Grotte Rey, France.jpg (908×1267)

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