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40,000-year-old stone bracelet from Denisova Cave (Siberia) is oldest ever found. Made of chlorite, the bracelet was found in the same layer as the remains of some of the prehistoric people and is thought to belong to them [Credit: Anatoly Derevyanko and Mikhail Shunkov]

Stone bracelet from Denisova Cave, Siberia. It is intricately made with polished green chlorite stone. Unearthed in the Altai region of Siberia in

3500 years old amber amulet in the form of a bear. Found in  Słupsk, Poland.   please visit

Neolithic amber bear, dated between 1700 B. Amber bear figurine found in 1887 by accident during turf-cutting in a marsh near Słupsk, Poland (near the Baltic in the former Pomerania) Neolithic.

Ewer with Wild Man Finial, ca. 1500  German; Made in Nuremberg  Silver, silver-gilt, painted and enameled decoration

Ewer with Wild Man Finial Date: ca. 1500 Geography: Made in probably Nuremberg, Franconia, Germany Culture: German Medium: Silver gilt, enamel, and paint Dimensions: Overall: 25 x 8 in. x 21 cm)

Oldest Jewelry Found in Morocco Cave. Tiny shells coated in red clay are the oldest known human ornamentation.  So far, 13 shells dated to 82,000 years ago have been found in the Grotte des Pigeons at Taforalt in eastern Morocco.

Oldest Jewelry Found in Morocco Cave. Tiny shells coated in red clay are the oldest known human ornamentation. So far, 13 shells dated to years ago have been found in the Grotte des Pigeons at Taforalt in eastern Morocco.

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A forensic reconstruction of a woman who lived to years ago at Abri-Pataud, France to less than 2000 years ago the boys were actually slightly more attractive than the girls do you know the evolutionary puzzle behind this?

1. Bison. 3. Prehistoric 15,000-10,000 BCE.4. Unbaked clay 5. Le Tuc d'Audoubert, France 7. "high relief: extend well forward from background" 9. Typical cave art in prehistoric art by depicting animals.

"Two Bison, reliefs in cave at Le Tuc d’Audoubert, France, ca. BC, Paleolithic" Extraordinary artistic mastery for a supposedly primitive people

Ancient Greek gold ring with an engraved bee. The bee represents Ephesus and the Sanctuary of Artemis in Ephesus, as bees were common symbols for the goddess. Dated to the 3rd century BCE, found in the Getty Museum.

Bee, Unknown Greek BCE) / Gold / A bee decorates the engraved bezel of this Greek gold ring. On either side of the insect, the Greek letters epsilon and phi signal an abbreviated form of the name of the ancient Greek city of Ephesus.

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.

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.

Prehistoric Mammoth Ivory Lion Figurine Head -- Circa BCE -- One of the first known works of art by humankind -- Originally this figure was complete w/ it body. Excavated in 1931 during renewed excavations at Vogelherd Cave in southwestern Germany.

The Earliest Zoomorphic / Anthropomorphic Sculpture (Circa 30,000 BCE)  sculpture 29.6 cm high, 5.6 cm wide and 5.9 cm thick. carved out of mammoth ivory, was discovered in a cave named Stadel-Höhle I'm Hohlenstein, Lonetal, Swabian Alps, Germany.

The Earliest Zoomorphic / Anthropomorphic Sculpture Circa BCE ! The Lion Man, preserved in the Ulmer Museum in Ulm, Germany. (View a full-scale image.) The Lion Man, preserved in the Ulmer Museum in Ulm, Germany.

Meet the ancestors: French exhibit reveals prehistoric faces

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Pataud woman - years old. Her bones were found in a rock shelter in France’s southwestern Dordogne region. Stunning reconstruction by Elisabeth Daynes.

Armband with Spirals  14th–12th century B.C.  German  Copper alloy   Overall: 5 5/16 x 4 1/2 x 4 7/16 in. (13.5 x 11.5 x 11.3 cm) of spiral: 2 5/8 in. (6.6 cm)

Armband with Spirals century B. German Copper alloy - spiral: 2 in.

Found on Google from portablerockart.blogspot.com

Found on Google from portablerockart.blogspot.com

In 1965, a farmer dug up the lower jawbone of a mammoth while in the process of expanding his cellar. Further excavations revealed the presence of 4 huts, made up of a total of 149 mammoth bones. These dwellings, dating back some 15,000 years, were determined to have been some of the oldest shelters known to have been constructed by pre-historic man, usually attributed to Cro-Magnon. the lion camp of the "Mamoutoi". Ukranian river valley

NEANDERTHAL Huts from Mamoth Hunters, the lion camp of the "Mamoutoi". Neanderthals controlled fire, constructed complex shelters, and skinned animals. In the Ukraine, evidence of a Neanderthal structure made of mammoth skulls.

A scraper made with the Acheulian technology about 500,000 years ago was likely used to separate fat, muscle and hide from one another when early humans butchered animals, new research suggests.<br />

Humans Butchered Elephants 500,000 Years Ago, Ancient Tool Suggests

A scraper made with the Acheulian technology about years ago was likely used to separate fat, muscle and hide from one another when early humans butchered animals, new research suggests.

Bhimbetka India

Bhimbetka is a cave located in central India, that boasts over 600 paintings, with the oldest dating back at least years.

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