Pleistocene cave art from Sulawesi, Indonesia

  title={Pleistocene cave art from Sulawesi, Indonesia},
  author={M. Aubert and A. Brumm and M. Ramli and T. Sutikna and E. W. Saptomo and B. Hakim and M. Morwood and G. D. Bergh and L. Kinsley and A. Dosseto},
  • M. Aubert, A. Brumm, +7 authors A. Dosseto
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine, History
  • Nature
  • Archaeologists have long been puzzled by the appearance in Europe ∼40–35 thousand years (kyr) ago of a rich corpus of sophisticated artworks, including parietal art (that is, paintings, drawings and engravings on immobile rock surfaces) and portable art (for example, carved figurines), and the absence or scarcity of equivalent, well-dated evidence elsewhere, especially along early human migration routes in South Asia and the Far East, including Wallacea and Australia, where modern humans (Homo… CONTINUE READING

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