Jørgen Holm

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Altamira ceiliing replica

Altamira ceiliing replica

38,000 year old engravings confirm ancient origins of pointillist techniques

year old engravings confirm ancient origins of pointillist techniques. A graphic rendering of the recently published Blanchard aurochs illustrating the arrangement of punctuations in relation to the animal [Credit: R.

Billedresultat for flint jack

The famous flint forger of Whitby - Whitby Gazette

Billedresultat for flint jack

Billedresultat for flint jack

Worthing Museum på Twitter: "Found in a garden in #GoringbySea: late #Neanderthal hand axe made some 60,000-40,000 years ago. Part of our amazing #Archaeology collection https://t.co/WH4pr8Y5hu"

Late Neanderthal hand axe, incredibly found in a garden in Mulberry Lane, Goring-by-Sea. This would have been made some - years ago.

Håndkiler_Fænø/Villestrup

Håndkiler_Fænø/Villestrup

Søg og udforsk Nationalmuseets Samlinger Online

Søg og udforsk Nationalmuseets Samlinger Online

https://flic.kr/p/cXJxy | Flint Arrowhead 2 | Flint arrowhead found during excavations at Thomas Hardye School, Dorchester. It dates from the Neolithic period (4000 - 2400 BC).

Flint arrowhead found during excavations at Thomas Hardye School, Dorchester. It dates from the Neolithic period - 2400 BC).

Over the last couple of weeks Wessex Archaeology has been working with Operation Nightingale and Breaking Ground Heritage running an excavation close to East Chisenbury uncovering Late Bronze and early Iron Age archaeology.   To find out more about this site please follow our blog here.

On Site with Operation Nightingale and Breaking Ground Heritage

World's Oldest Known Spear  --  The Schöningen Javelin  --  Dates from approximately 400,000 BCE  --  Via Irish Archaeology

World's Oldest Known Spear - The Schöningen Javelin - Dates from approximately BCE - One of three spears found at Schöningen, Germany in Photocredit: Chip Clark, Smithsonian Institution.