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A new discovery that Neanderthals were painting cave walls more than 64,000 years ago has anthropologists rethinking the history of art.
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The plan was to scrape samples off of the mineral-rich crusts that had hardened on top of the cave paintings.
By figuring out the age of the crusts, they’d know They found the oldest dates for three paintings — the outline of a hand, red-painted stalactites, and a ladder-like geometric shape — in three different caves that had been occupied by archaic human species.
The discovery adds to a growing body of evidence upending the idea that Neanderthals were less evolved than early modern humans, says Marie Soressi, an archaeology professor at the University of Leiden who was not involved in the research.So he and his colleagues fiddled with the method until only tiny scrapings of cave walls were needed.With a new way to date the rock art, researchers carrying lights and scalpels crawled deep underground into caves all over Spain.TCC is provided by Real Inc, doing business as Christian Cafe.com, located at 18478 Ninth Line, Mount Albert, ON, Canada, L0G 1M0.This is a legal agreement ("Agreement") between you and TCC.But even though Neanderthals used pigments and decorated themselves with eagle claws and shells, there was no clear proof that they painted caves.One theory goes that Neanderthals developed their rudimentary culture only after early modern humans arrived in Europe some 40,000 to 50,000 years ago.Please read the Agreement carefully before registering for TCC service. Registration is explicit acceptance of the terms herein.By registering for TCC, you become a member of the Service (a "Member"), and you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement (the "Terms") for as long as you continue to be a Member. YOUR CONTINUED USE OF THE SERVICE CONSTITUTES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF ANY CHANGES.“It’s impossible to say that one is more clever than the other,” she says.These cave paintings are “the very last piece of evidence we were lacking.” The reason we didn’t know Neanderthals were cave painters until now is because it’s hard to figure out when cave art was created.