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  • Cave Painting Essay

    While there are many patterns for organizing a piece of text, the Author of the “Cave Paintings,” article concentrates on using definitions, Listing and Compare/Contrast, resulting in the most predominant patterns throughout the paragraphs.The information was organized, as a result, permitting the information to flow smoothly and making it easier for the reader to understand and follow the content. Tavarez 2 First, the Definition pattern was usually located at the beginning of the paragraph, making it easier to recognize. Usually, the word that was defined was followed by a coma or “is”, in a relatively short paragraph where the author explains a difficult content or a word. In order to prove this Organizational Pattern, there…

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  • The Cave Painting Analysis

    This is reflected in the cave art: ancient artistic representations of the many facets of human social life, covering all aspects of their social and spiritual activities. These manifestations reveal that from early times human beings have been creating a system of artistic representation related to daily practices. Most of them, are paintings located in every continent all over the world having a wide geographical scope, and besides of their motifs, even the materials they used were similar in…

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  • Where Does Creativity Come From?

    To inhibit or to demonstrate imagination or creativity is a personal choice. But where does the creativity come from? Is it learned or a natural cognitive process? Attempting to understand the creative mind requires heavy exploration through historical analysis, research, and ideological conceptions. What sparked in our ancestors’ minds to challenge their creatively-mundane lives to paint on the cave walls or build permanent structures? The structures that evolved from necessary simple material…

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  • Differences In Ancient Art

    By studying specific pieces from successive time periods, one can develop a sense for these changes of style as well as the reasoning behind them. Pieces from the Paleolithic, Neolithic, Greek, and Roman periods are great examples of this. The Hall of Bulls is located deep within the caves of Lascaux, France and is an interesting example of Paleolithic art. At first glance, the paintings seem rudimentary, unstructured, and insignificant. Further inspection reveals their beauty and importance.…

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  • Hall Of Bulls Analysis

    Describe the Work Hall of Bulls is a beautiful Upper-Paleolithic cave painting made in ca. 15,000 B.C. The painting is scaled larger than life size standing 25 feet tall and 62 feet wide; and, it resides inside of a cave on a coarse, rigid, and uneven rock wall. The cave is located in a small geographical area called Lascaux located in Dordogne France. Furthermore, there is no known artist for the Hall of Bulls, because of historical ignorance and the age of the painting; however,…

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  • Paleolithic Art

    art can be found in the cave systems located in France. In particular, the Chauvet and Lascaux Caves provide some of the oldest and most preserved cave paintings and engravings to date. The two caves have been discovered relatively recently, each happened upon by chance just over the past century. Both caves also have a diverse depiction of animals, as well as the techniques and materials used in order to portray them. After their discover, many dangers have arisen for the integrity of the…

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  • Why Is Chauuvet Cave Important

    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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  • Manichean Texts

    Manichean Texts of the Silk Road Tun-Huang was a major destination along the Silk Road. The caves of the thousand Buddhas contained many important manuscripts and pieces of art which have been used by historians to learn about the cultures of the Silk Road. Among these were three Manichean texts written in Chinese. These are the Hymnscroll, the Compendium of the Doctrines of Mani, and the Traité Pelliot. These are significant because they are some of the only written documents we have of the…

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  • Violence And Authorial Violence In Toni Morrison's 'Beloved'

    E.M. Forster’s novel “A Passage to India,” has his central incident being a possible assault in a cave. The heroine, Adela Quested, wants to see the Marabar Caves so Dr. Aziz arranges an outing. The caves are isolated in a barren wasteland, unadorned, strange, and uncanny. Adela becomes overwhelmed by the caves and eventually runs out of the caves, falling down the hillside into a racist English community. She accuses Dr. Aziz of assaulting her because of her bad bruises and scrapes. The cave is…

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  • Hudson Valley Ice Age

    is, was covered by a giant sheet of ice. A glacier carved the valley that is seen at the top of the cliff. The valley was very big, miles across. When the glacier melted, a lake was formed, the Glacial Lake Albany. The lake drained, which left fertile land with the Hudson River running through it. Streams and rivers flow through the cliff after the glacier finally melted. The freeze in the winter, and flow again in the spring. We can’t walk on the cliffs in a straight line because streams cut…

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