Category Archives: Prehistoric Art

African Rock Art Disappearing

While researching for this blog, I watched my favorite television channel: National Geographic. It occurred to me that they would be a perfect resource to use for Art History. While browsing their website, I came across an article called Africa’s Imperiled Rock … Continue reading

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A Burial Site Restored – Keeping the Past Safe and Accessible

Earlier last month, repairs were completed on English Neolithic burial chamber that had been previously deemed unsafe for public access. The Tomb is estimated to have been constructed around 3200 BCE and used as a communal chamber to bury the … Continue reading

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Stonehenge- Linked to Tombs found at Preseli Hills Quarry

According to an article in Whales Online, a tomb uncovered in the Preseli Hills Quarry may be the sight at which the original builders of Stonehenge were buried. Archaeologists have come to this speculation because this is the site where … Continue reading

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Werner Herzog’s Cave of Forgotten Dreams

The Cave of Forgotten Dreams is Werner Herzog’s recent documentary about the paintings in the Chauvet Cave in France.

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