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Animal engravings found in Spanish caves reveal common art culture from 25,000 years ago (www.dailymail.co.uk)

Archaeologists have discovered in three caves in Northern Spain figures of animals engraved in the Gravettian style, an artistic style characterised by specific customs in art and tools not seen before in the Iberian peninsula.

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