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Finger flutings were lines drawn with fingers and hands in caves during the Upper Paleolithic (10-40,000 B.P.). They contain a wealth of forensic evidence about who created cave art. This study examined 12 caves in Northern Spain. Findings included new sites, presence of children, and new knowledge on social interaction.

Publication Date

2013

City

Minneapolis, MN

Keywords

Research Symposium

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology | Other History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology

A Regional Study of Finger Flutings in 12 Paleolithic Caves

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