22 March 2011

Motif persistence and transition from Low Paleolithic to early Upper Paleolithic observed by Jan van Es


From Jan van Es, The Netherlands
"At the right of the photo the well-known corpulent Venus of Willendorff; 29.000 BC.  

At the left the Low Paleo, strong patinated face/Venus (Beegden, The Netherlands). It's a find of 1981 and I found it together with Low Paleo artifacts (350.000-450.000 BC).
 
"The man's face is also representing a skull with gaunt eyes and an open mouth spitting out an egg."
 
-kbj)

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