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Zdeněk Burian

Zdeněk Burian

Zdeněk Burian

Zdeněk Burian

Zdeněk Burian

Zdeněk Burian

Kupka

Kupka

František Kupka (Czech, 1871-1957)Cosmic Spring 1 1913-14 oil on canvas. Trade Fair Palace, Prague/ Veletrzní palác, Praha

František Kupka (Czech, 1871-1957)Cosmic Spring 1 1913-14 oil on canvas. Trade Fair Palace, Prague/ Veletrzní palác, Praha

František Kupka - 'Autumn Sun', photo: National Gallery

František Kupka - 'Autumn Sun', photo: National Gallery

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Famous Artist Birthdays! Frank Kupka was an incredibly innovative Czech painter and graphic artist, both trailblazing the beginnings of the abstract art movement and Orphism.   Babylon 1906  20th Century Masterworks available for purchase through Robin Rile Fine Art Contact info@robinrile.com

Famous Artist Birthdays! Frank Kupka was an incredibly innovative Czech painter and graphic artist, both trailblazing the beginnings of the abstract art movement and Orphism. Babylon 1906 20th Century Masterworks available for purchase through Robin Rile Fine Art Contact info@robinrile.com

Humans may have been wearing jewelry as far back as 75,000 BP, about   30,000 years earlier than previously thought, if 41 shells found at Blombos Cave   in South Africa prove to have been used as beads.   The shells are from a tiny mollusk, Nassarius kraussianus, that lived in a nearby estuary. They have perforations and wear marks consistent with being used as beads, according to scientists excavating the middle Stone Age site.

Humans may have been wearing jewelry as far back as 75,000 BP, about 30,000 years earlier than previously thought, if 41 shells found at Blombos Cave in South Africa prove to have been used as beads. The shells are from a tiny mollusk, Nassarius kraussianus, that lived in a nearby estuary. They have perforations and wear marks consistent with being used as beads, according to scientists excavating the middle Stone Age site.

Goddess figurine Shaar HaGolan Pottery Neolithic

Goddess figurine Shaar HaGolan Pottery Neolithic

The earliest evidence of using flower beds for burial, dating back to 13,700 years ago, was discovered in Raqefet Cave in Mt. Carmel, during excavations led by the University of Haifa. In four different graves from the Natufian period, dating back to 13,700-11,700 years ago, dozens of impressions of Salvia plants and other species of sedges and mints (the Lamiaceae family), were found under human skeletons.

The earliest evidence of using flower beds for burial, dating back to 13,700 years ago, was discovered in Raqefet Cave in Mt. Carmel, during excavations led by the University of Haifa. In four different graves from the Natufian period, dating back to 13,700-11,700 years ago, dozens of impressions of Salvia plants and other species of sedges and mints (the Lamiaceae family), were found under human skeletons.

Natufian Skull. The Natufian culture was an Epipaleolithic culture that existed from 13,000 to 9,800 BCE in the Levant, a region in the Eastern Mediterranean. It was unusual in that it was sedentary, or semi-sedentary, before the introduction of agriculture. The Natufian communities are possibly the ancestors of the builders of the first Neolithic settlements of the region, which may have been the earliest in the world.

Natufian Skull. The Natufian culture was an Epipaleolithic culture that existed from 13,000 to 9,800 BCE in the Levant, a region in the Eastern Mediterranean. It was unusual in that it was sedentary, or semi-sedentary, before the introduction of agriculture. The Natufian communities are possibly the ancestors of the builders of the first Neolithic settlements of the region, which may have been the earliest in the world.

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Cro-Magnon Child Reconstruction by Elisabeth Daynès

Cro-Magnon Child Reconstruction by Elisabeth Daynès

Cro-magnon clothing. Designs based on remains found in Sungir in 1964

Cro-magnon clothing. Designs based on remains found in Sungir in 1964

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