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, Mesolithic, Neolithic, Chalcolithic, Bronze Age and sub-modern levels (Straus and Gonzalez Morales, 2012).
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levels, dated before 9600 [+ or -] 180 BP (11390-10300 cal BP) in the case of Arenaza (Late Glacial or Early Holocene).
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Only limited evidence of Palaeolithic art was found during the excavation of the Pleistocene deposit: some batons perfores decorated with geometric engravings from the 'Prince' burial--a truly exceptional find in Italy, as such items are not found outside Liguria; and some pebbles with painted Azilian
motifs from the layers and burials of final Pleistocene age.
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. But here in the cave wall, small rounded bumps of flint become eyes for the animals, the bodies traced around them in manganese oxide.
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music (waltzes, polkas, schottisches, and tangos), the compositions of over sixty different women appeared in its pages.