Scientists have determined that a big block of rock in southern France is engraved with the earliest example of prehistoric wall art. Research indicates that the limestone carving is 37,000 years old and shows what Early Aurignacian human artists were thinking about.
“Engravings of Female Genitalia May Be World’s Oldest Cave Art,” Michael Balter, ScienceNOW
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