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First known period of human culture. Work was done with stone tools.The Stone Age : The Stone Age Divided Into 3 periodsPaleolithic 50,000 – 10,000 BCE: Paleolithic 50,000 – 10,000 BCE The development of Homo Sapiens. Longest phase of human history. Venus of Willendorf is one of the oldest fertility statues ever found Nomadic hunters, sheltered in caves, used fire Belief system centered on magic Many rock carvings (cupules) and paintingsCupules: Cupules Cupules are the earliest known prehistoric art. Found on every continent. A rock carving intentionally created by human hand not by natural weathering.Paleolithic Art: Paleolithic Art Paintings and engravings found in caves along the walls and ceilings are referred to as Parietal art. The caves are not likely to have served as shelter, but rather were visited for ceremonial purposes. Mobiliary art includes small portable sculpted objects which are typically found buried at habitation sites.Mesolithic 15,000 – 3,000 BCE: Mesolithic 15,000 – 3,000 BCE The domestication of plants and animals. Forming of written communication. Native American petro glyphs Development of megaliths Use of bow and arrow Caves of Lascaux and AltamiraPrehistoric Cave Paintings: Prehistoric Cave Paintings Prehistoric Cave Links Click on the links below and visit these extraordinary Caves!PreHistoric Cave Links: PreHistoric Cave Links Caves of Lascaux, Lascaux Prehistoric Sky Maps Caves of Chauvet The Cosquer Cave Caves of Altamira back to presentationThe Mysteries of Cave Art: The Mysteries of Cave Art The Mysteries of Cave Art Travels to three sites, Chauvet and Lascaux in France and Altamira in Spain, that predate the last Ice Age and shows how our Cro-Magnon ancestors used surprisingly advanced techniques to create their paintings, including perspective and bas-relief. (18:00) Video linkThe Mysteries of Cave Art Travels to three sites--Chauvet and Lascaux in France and Altamira in Spain--that predate the last Ice Age and shows how our Cro-Magnon ancestors used surprisingly advanced techniques to create their paintings, including perspective and bas-relief. (18:00) : The Mysteries of Cave Art Travels to three sites--Chauvet and Lascaux in France and Altamira in Spain--that predate the last Ice Age and shows how our Cro-Magnon ancestors used surprisingly advanced techniques to create their paintings, including perspective and bas-relief. (18:00) Click black box to start video back to presentationMegaliths: Megaliths A megalith is a large stone which has been used to construct a structure or monument, either alone or together with other stones.Stonehenge: Stonehenge The most famous megalith in the world today.Neolithic 3,000 – 1,500 BCE: Neolithic 3,000 – 1,500 BCE People are settled in villages and cultivating grains. Trade is active among various groups of people. Pottery, spinning, weaving Walled town of Jericho Religious practicesNeolithic Art: Neolithic Art The glaciers of the Northern Hemisphere were slowly retreating, freeing up land and stabilizing the climate. The impact on humans was significant. The "new" arts were weaving, architecture, and stylized pictographs. Pictographs were on their way to becoming writing.Slide 16: Prehistoric man has left his mark all around the world. Marked by fascinating cave painting discovered about 100 years ago in the caves of Lascaux & Chauvet in France and the caves of Altamira in Spain. As new discoveries are being made, we learn more about our ancestors and how they lived. The art and artifacts of Pre-Historic times are our history books.Review: Review Why was this period in time called the Stone Age ? Work was done with stone tools What are the three periods of the Stone Age? Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic Prehistoric Man’s belief system was centered on…. MAGICReview: Review What is the most famous Ancient Megalith in the world ? Stonehenge Rock carvings intentionally drawn by man What are Cupules? Where are the most famous Prehistoric Cave Paintings Found? Lascaux, France Altamira, SpainThe End: The End You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.