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    'The Allegory Of The Cave'

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    In “the allegory of the cave” is about four individuals who are chained by their head, arms, and legs facing a wall, up a long stair way a fire is going and people are walking by caring sculpture. Now the people at in the cave only had this to go by so this what they believe what they thought was real life. One day someone come down and let one of them go but he was reluctant to leave his position, so the men began to push him to feet and up the stair case until they reach the up. The man who was in the cave fell to the floor letting his eyes adjust to the brightness of everything. After he began to look around and see everything. When he thought about the others and telling about how what they have been seeing was not real. they did not believe him and to prove he was wrong they played a game because he did not win they all laughed at him and he…

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    Ancient Speos Cave

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    As long as Egypt contains many areas that full of mountains, normally we found caves inside. The ancient Egyptians progressively enhanced these natural existed caves until they were buildings altogether, or until they appeared as buildings carved into the solid rock. The Egyptians used these caves in their worship. The god in the ordinary city-temples repeated the First Time when god emerged from the waters of chaos on the primeval mound. However, in the cave-shrine resembles the womb from which…

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    The cave of Chauvet may be the most important discovery of cave work ever. Some historians believe that the Cave may possibly some of the oldest cave art know to the world. The cave is very beautiful and historical and it is very important to the study of cave art. The cave was discover on the eighteenth of December, Nineteen Ninety Four. The cave was accidently discovered when Jean-Marie Chauvet and his two other speleologists friends were wondering around the Ardèche Valley, in southern…

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    Today's lesson objective is: The student will create chalk drawings and animal studies in the style of cave drawings. As we’ve already covered, the Cosquer Cave is located in the Calanque de Morgiou in Marseille, France. Its newer art consists of signs and 177 animals, representing both "classical" animals such as bison, ibex, and horses, and marine animals such as seals and what appear to be auks and jellyfish. But the older art consists of 65 hand stencils and other related motifs. While the…

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    A discovery such as the Chauvet Cave, which considered the oldest known rock art place in the world, has a lot of surprising paintings that dating about 

30,000-32,000 years ago. scientist’s big knowledge helped them to have clear ideas and facts about the walls paintings because of many reasons. From the materials that have been used for the painting they were referred to the paleolithic time. For example, The scientists found out that some of the paintings has created with red ochre. While…

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    Peqi In Burial Cave

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    The Peqi’in Burial Cave The Peqi'in cave is situated in the Galilean hills, which sloped down to the “east to Peqi’in valley” in northern Israel . The Peqi’in cave was discovered in 1995, when a road was being built when a “bulldozer accidentally” collapsed the roof of the cave . In the summer of 1995, salvage excavation was conducted by Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) . This Chalcolithic burial site was revealed to be a geologically active cave. Stratigraphy The length of the cave is 17…

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    Lascaux Cave Essay

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    The Lascaux caves in France contain many petroglyphs from the Upper Paleolithic time period. Archaeologist used radiocarbon from fragments of charcoal and “placed Lascaux in the Magdalenian culture” (Aujoulat). The artwork in these caves gives insight into the lives of the anatomically modern Homo sapiens (AMHS) who drew these paintings by demonstrating the types of animals they were living with, and why they were important to them. Furthermore, these paintings give insight into the intellect of…

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    Niaux Cave Research Paper

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    It’s important to remember that Niaux Cave is one of Europe's most impressive Paleolithic rock art galleries of cave paintings. Niaux Cave has been visited since the 17th century - as shown by the graffiti, dated as early as 1602. But it was not until 1906, when the cave paintings in the main chamber of the cave—Salon Noir—were acknowledged as prehistoric, that the preservation of the cave and the study of the paintings began. Now, through radiocarbon dating of the charcoal, we know the rock art…

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    The Cave of Forgotten Dreams is one of the oldest caves of all time. In fact, it is determined that the cave existed for about 30,000-33,000 years (Herzog, 2010). In 1994, a small group of French scientist lead by Jean-Marie Chauvet discovered the cave, and when the French government realized how precious it was, they shut off the access to it (Herzog, 2010). However, Werner Herzog a documentary filmmaker got permission to access the cave. He believed that the Chauvet Cave contains most of the…

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    Located in France near the town of Montignac, are the Lascaux Caves. Filled with bountiful cave paintings dating back over 15,000 years ago, these caves were discovered unintentionally. While following their dog, four teenagers discovered these works of art after traveling down the narrow entrance leading into the caves (History.com). The Lascaux Caves have different sections based on the collections of artwork painted on the walls, including the Hall of Bulls, the Chamber of Engravings, and the…

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