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The source of Chatal Huyuks wealth was trade, especially in _________,a glasslike volcanic stone easily chipped into fine cutting edges and highly valued by __________ toolmakers and weapon makers
obsidian; Neolithic
Virtually every animal in every Paleolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic paintings were presented in the same manner - in ____________
strict profile
The _____________ peoples who replaced the Neanderthals, seem to have been the first to go beyond the recognition of human and animal form in the natural environment to the representation of humans and animals
The large upright boulder at Stonehenge that is aligned with the summer solstice sunrise.
Heel Stone
Huge stones at Stonehenge
The bulls at Lascaux show a convention of representing horns that has been called _________ because the viewers see the heads in profile but the horns from the front
Twisted prespective
Thought to be symbols of male potency, adorned most of the shrines at Catal Huyuk, sometimes in considerable numbers
Bull's horns
The bison at Altamira do not stand on a common _______, a painted of carved baseline on which figures appear to stand in painting or reliefs
Ground line