quinta-feira, dezembro 18, 2003
Oldest sculptures unearthed
A set of ivory figurines found in southwestern Germany add to a growing cache of the oldest art known.
The 30,000-year-old carvings underline the remarkable creativity of our earliest European ancestors. Nicholas Conard of the University of Tübingen, Germany, discovered the 2-centimetre-high figures in the Hohle Fels Cave in the country's Swabia region1.
posted by Luís Miguel Dias quinta-feira, dezembro 18, 2003