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We can now state that the Cosquer Cave used to be one of the most important cave art sites in Europe, comparable to Lascaux, Trois-Frères, Altamira or Chauvet. Tempera, Lascaux Cave Paintings, Art Paintings, Fresco, Art Pariétal, Beneath The Sea, Art Sites, Sea Art, Human Art

The Cosquer cave is located in the Calanque de Morgiou near Marseille, France, not very far from Cap Morgiou. This cave, the entrance of which is located underwater nowadays, was discovered by Henri Cosquer in 1991. Today the cave can be accessed through a 175-meter long tunnel, the entrance of which is located 37 meters under sea level.

We can now state that the Cosquer Cave used to be one of the most important cave art sites in Europe, comparable to Lascaux, Trois-Frères, Altamira or Chauvet. Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Art Rupestre, Lascaux, Beneath The Sea, Animal Symbolism, Art Sites, France Europe, Sea Art

La grotte Cosquer, sanctuaire paléolithique sous la mer à Marseille

L'entrée s'ouvre au pied d'une falaise du Cap Morgiou, à trente-sept mètres sous le niveau de la mer, à quelques kilomètres de Marseille. En Juillet 1991, Henri Cosquer remarque les peintures...

We can now state that the Cosquer Cave used to be one of the most important cave art sites in Europe, comparable to Lascaux, Trois-Frères, Altamira or Chauvet. Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Art Rupestre, Beneath The Sea, Art Sites, Sea Art, Human Art, Rock Art, Horse Drawn

Cosquer - grotte - Art préhistorique

La grotte Cosquer décrite par Jean Clottes, le principal scientifique qui a travaillé sur les parois de cette grotte sous-marine. Photos, representation, histoire de la grotte...

We can now state that the Cosquer Cave used to be one of the most important cave art sites in Europe, comparable to Lascaux, Trois-Frères, Altamira or Chauvet. Paleolithic Art, Prehistoric Age, Beneath The Sea, Art Sites, Sea Art, Cave Painting, Human Art, Aboriginal Art, Ancient Art

Auroch, Cosquer Cave, France, 21.5-20 KYBP (Last Glacial Maximum). Other representations at the cave show marine creatures, as well as more common motifs of horses, ibex, aurochs. Shows possible shared representations across Mediterranean coastal zone in Palaelothic art centred on France and Iberia, extending as far as Grotta Romanelli in S. Italy.

The Lascaux Cave is famous for its Palaeolithic cave paintings, found in a complex of caves in southwestern France, because of the exceptional quality, size, sophistication and antiquity of the cave art. Cave Paintings France, Lascaux Cave Paintings, Art Paintings, Chauvet Cave, Ap Art History 250, Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Art Rupestre, Cave Drawings

Bradshaw Foundation

The Bradshaw Foundation provides an online learning resource to promote the study of early humankind’s artistic achievements and to foster principles of research and of conservation. Its areas of focus are archaeology, anthropology and genetic research, with the primary objective to discover, document and preserve ancient rock art around the world.

The dating method tells us that the oldest part of the cave is more than years old. Like Lascaux and the other examples of cave paintings, Cosquer’s cave shows the great hunting scenes of the ice age. Tempera, Fresco, Chauvet Cave, Art Rupestre, Cave Drawings, Old Paintings, First Art, Aboriginal Art, Painting For Kids

Mistery behind Secrets of the Cave painters Part IIII

Elixir of Knowledge is an educational resource based on unknown facts and mysteries which happened in science and history which are unsolved yet.

We can now state that the Cosquer Cave used to be one of the most important cave art sites in Europe, comparable to Lascaux, Trois-Frères, Altamira or Chauvet. Ancient History, Art History, Horse Head Drawing, Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Prehistoric Age, Stone Age Art, Beneath The Sea, Art Sites

COSQUER - étonnante tête de cheval peinte sur une colonne stalagmitique juste au dessus du niveau de l'eau

cervidé de la grotte COSQUER - Paleolithic Art, Aboriginal Art, Ancient Art, Rock Art, Tat, Painting, France, Cave, Paintings

Cosquer

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Dating med niveau cm Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Man And Dog, France Europe, British Isles, Me On A Map, Rock Art, Moth, History

Cosquer - l'image de chevaux peints qui a fait le tour du monde - les deux peintures du bas sont menacée par le niveau de la mer : s'il monte de 20cm avec le réchauffement climatique c'est 20 cm de peintures qui disparaissent

Posibles figuras en trazo negro de pingüinos. Cueva Cosquer (Bocas del Ródano, Francia). Tempera, Fresco, Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Mural Painting, Cave Painting, Paintings, Ancient Art, Marseilles

La gruta Cosquer

La gruta Cosquer (Francia) es única sólo por su conjunto pictórico sino también por su emplazamiento y porque algunos de los animales representados en sus paredes no se encuentran en […]

20 Most Fascinating Prehistoric Cave Paintings (cave paintings, lascaux cave paintings, altamira cave paintings) - ODDEE Lascaux Cave Paintings, Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Beneath The Sea, Art Sites, Sea Art, Human Art, Classical Art, Ancient Art

Bear, Cosquer Cave, France, 21.5-20 KYBP (Last Glacial Maximum). Other representations at the cave show marine creatures, as well as more common motifs of horses, ibex, aurochs. Shows possible shared representations across Mediterranean coastal zone in Palaelothic art centred on France and Iberia, extending as far as Grotta Romanelli in S. Italy.

Cosquer - une très rare représentation de phoque de l'art paléolithique Art Pariétal, Paleolithic Art, Ancient Art, Oeuvre D'art, Old World, Gravure, Image, Seals, Mouths

Cosquer - une très rare représentation de phoque de l'art paléolithique