The Cambridge illustrated history of prehistoric art.
Several major events are reported in the volume, the most remarkable being the saving of Portugal's Coa Valley rock art from destruction by a dam, the creation of an archaeological park around it, and its entry into the Unesco World Heritage List, all in rapid succession.
Emergence of Modern Human Behavior: Middle Stone Age Engravings from South Africa.
Press release, Arizona State University, 31 March 2003.
Do Kenya tools root birth of modern thought in Africa?
Variability in traces of Middle Pleistocene hominid behavior in the Kapthurin Formation, Baringo, Kenya.
The Artists of Lascaux: The Roots of Fine Art Run Deep into Our Past.
An extraordinary archaeological find: a decorated Paleolithic cave in the Ardèche region of France. David Lewis-Williams draws thoughts from the paintings themselves, from anthropology and neurological science, to propose an important link between the paintings and altered states of consciousness. Human figures in portable art of the European Upper Palaeolithic Places of art, traces of fire: a contextual approach to anthropomorphic figurines in the Pavlovian (Central Europe, 29-24 kyr BP). Abstract: Anthropomorphic figurines are one of the most discussed instances of Palaeolithic Art. Abstract: What prompted people to undertake hazardous journeys into the dark inner reaches of caves to carve or paint animals and other features onto the rock faces? G.; Bednarik, Robert G.; Clegg, John; and others (1988). Études acoustiques au Reseau Clastres: Salle des Peintures et lithophones naturels.