Taller pintura prehistorica con pigmentos naturales (canela, pimentón, curry, etc)

Taller pintura prehistorica con pigmentos naturales (canela, pimentón, curry, etc)

Las cuevas de Altamira y Nerja albergan las primeras pinturas de la Humanidad (neandertales, hace unos 40.000 años)

Pinturas rupestres en Gilf Kebir

Sonda europea que investigará el sol será protegida con pintura prehistórica - http://www.leanoticias.com/2014/02/14/sonda-europea-que-investigara-el-sol-sera-protegida-con-pintura-prehistorica/

Prehistoric cave pigment to shield ESA’s solar probe - Technology Org

Serra da Capivara, Brasil (Jorge Escamilla)

prehistoric painting from serra da capivara national park in brazil

Caballos y Toro  Luis Aguilar

Caballos y Toro isai peniche

Un bisonte (embistiendo o revolcándose en el polvo; herido o muerto). Altamira. Las pinturas parietales de los bisontes destacan entre las numerosas representaciones animales halladas en las bóvedas y paredes de la cueva española de Altamira, sita en el municipio de Santillana del Mar, en la región de Cantabria. Son consideradas obras maestras de la pintura rupestre en el Paleolítico Superior en la zona franco-cantábrica.

Un bisonte (embistiendo o revolcándose en el polvo; herido o muerto). Altamira. Las pinturas parietales de los bisontes destacan entre las numerosas representaciones animales halladas en las bóvedas y paredes de la cueva española de Altamira, sita en el municipio de Santillana del Mar, en la región de Cantabria. Son consideradas obras maestras de la pintura rupestre en el Paleolítico Superior en la zona franco-cantábrica.

The first traces of man in the territories of today's Bulgaria were discovered during archeological excavations in the Kozarnika cave, Belogradchik region. The findings relate the country to the territories inhabited by the earliest humans in Europe - the Archaean period (1 500 000/1 400 000 - 600 000 B.C.). There are traces of the Paleolithic Age (600 000-10 000 B.C.) (Jorge Escamilla)

The first traces of man in the territories of today's Bulgaria were discovered during archeological excavations in the Kozarnika cave, Belogradchik region. The findings r

Making a Cave... we need this for this week as we learn about dragons... maybe we'll continue dragons next week since they are LOVING it!

Make a Cave for the dramatic play area when teaching about animals that hibernate in winter! Love it! or a dinosaur cave!

Newspaper Rock is one of the largest known collections of petroglyphs. They are etched in sandstone and record over 2,000 years of human activity in the area, representing the Fremont, Anasazi, Navajo and Anglo cultures.

Newspaper Rock (SE Utah) is one of the largest known collections of petroglyphs. They are etched in sandstone and record over years of human activity in the area, representing the Fremont, Anasazi, Navajo and Anglo cultures.

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