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Cave artwork found in Spain is confirmed as oldest in Europe at 40,800 years old and could have been painted by Neanderthals

 
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Cave artwork found in Spain is confirmed as oldest in Europe at 40,800 years old and could have been painted by Neanderthals
The Palaeolithic paintings in northern Spain have been precisely dated for the first time
The results proving that cave art was first painted in Europe 10,000 years earlier than previously thought Europe's oldest cave artwork was today confirmed to be at least 40,800 years old.
The Palaeolithic paintings in northern Spain have been precisely dated for the first time, proving the art form began in Europe 10,000 years earlier than previously thought.
This means the cave paintings were created by either the first anatomically modern humans in the area - first thought to exist 41,500 years ago - or by Neanderthals.
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Re: Cave artwork found in Spain is confirmed as oldest in Europe at 40,800 years old and could have been painted by Neanderthals
Cool! That's so exciting.
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