Lascaux

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Las·caux

 (lă-skō′)
A cave of southwest France in the Dordogne River valley. The cave, discovered in 1940 and now closed to the public, contains important Paleolithic paintings, primarily of animals.

Lascaux

(French lasko)
n
(Placename) the site of a cave in SW France, in the Dordogne: contains Palaeolithic wall drawings and paintings
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Noun1.Lascaux - a cave in southwestern France that contains Paleolithic paintingsLascaux - a cave in southwestern France that contains Paleolithic paintings
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
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on the ceilings of Lascaux Grotto in France, evidence of the symbolic importance of the bull in Ice Age Europe.