Elaborate Neolithic-era circles of massive upright stones found in the British Isles
Reddish paint made from crushed iron oxide mixed with animal fat used by Paleolithic painters
The first major Paleolithic cave painting site discovered in Europe in the 1870's
The term used to describe the overlaying of Paleolithic cave paintings on top of previously painted images
The circular ditch and embankment that surrounds Neolithic complexes is called a..........
(A) Neolithic tombs made of upright stones roofed over
(F) Neolithic tombs made of upright stones roofed over
The region of southwestern France where numerous Paleolithic cave art sites are located...........
Site in Brittany, France where Neolithic people arranged long rows of stone slabs for unknown purposes.......
A Paleolithic cave site in France, discovered in 1940 with over 1,000 separate animal images, now closed to the public.......
The proper term to describe Paleolithic cave art that is attached directly to the cave wall.......
The belief of primitive cultures that the natural world is inhabited by spirits......
The 30 upright stones and horizontal slabs of Stonehenge is an early example of this basic construction method....
A simple upright stone slab that served as a grave marker for Neolithic groups across Europe are called.....
Major Paleolithic site discovered in France in 1994