The Lion Panel of Chauvet Cave, France

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James Lloyd
by Ancient Art Archive
published on 27 February 2017
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The Lion Panel is located in the lowest level of Chauvet Cave. Theses paleolithic paintings are among the best preserved and most spectacular of the ancient world. Dates for the Chauvet paintings hover around 36,000 years BP.

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