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Expanding Your Adventure with Paleolithic Cave Exploringfrom: Maxx Adventure Travel
Many who have a background in art or geology have tried Paleolithic cave exploring. However, this type of exploration would certainly be an enjoyable and interesting activity even for people with no background in this discipline. The major reward for this adventure is that you'll get to see ice age art that was carved by our forefathers millions of years ago and learn what the life was like during that time in history.
This enriches our own lives as we collect insights that help us understand what led to the life we know today. If you have the opportunity to explore a Paleolithic cave, you'll expand your horizons by looking back at our past and understanding how the origins of humanity progressed from then to the now.
There are two types of Paleolithic cave drawings and parietal art is one. The parietal form is usually found in caves in Western Europe, concentrated in area within Spain and France in particular. It's believed these paintings date back three hundred thousand years to eleven thousand years ago.
These forms of art are the result of the creativity of people of ancient times. Some of the caves that contain these priceless pieces of human ingenuity lack consistency in terms of art expressions and researchers think it's because of the overlap between the earlier form of evolution of humans, the Cro-Magnon, and the later humans, the Neanderthals.
These art forms are vivid and they depict daily life at this time in ancient history. For example, parietal art in Europe includes diverse types of pictures representing animals and humans. There's also a wide variety of depictions we can see in different caves because the way of life in a particular area may be far different from another. Another example; a particular cave may depict wild animals in an area located in the forest, while another cave's artworks depict sea creatures when it's located near a body of water.
Despite all the studies that have been made about Paleolithic caves, the meanings behind these arts may never be determined. Despite this, people continue to try to discover what the meanings are and Paleolithic cave exploring will continue to draw thousands. Joining a paleolithic cave exploration group is definitely worth your while because you'll be able to see life with a wider perspective even as the meaning behind these artworks remains a mystery forever.
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