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Zohar: It took over 20.000 Years to Complete Paintings in this Cave [19.08.2021]
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Kim Osbøl - Copenhagen Denmark
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Recently, scientists used a new technique to date a series of famous Palaeolithic paintings in Altamira cave, northern Spain, popularly known as the ‘Sistine Chapel of the Palaeolithic.’ The cave paintings were previously thought to date from around 14,000 years ago, but the new research showed that some of the paintings were between 25,000 and 35,000 years old. Staggeringly, the scientists discovered that the cave was not painted in one go, but the work spanned up to 20,000 years. These findings go against much of what the archaeologists believed was true about Altamira Cave.

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