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When did the earliest cave art appear?

  • 30,000 BC

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  • Answer: Around 40,000 years ago.
  • Answer: well there are three ways to do so
    1. return to door
    2. dig
    3. use escape rope
    remember that this is a very loose answer
  • Answer: Cave paintings are paintings on cave walls and ceilings, and the term is used especially for those dating to prehistoric times.Cave arts are paintings found on ceilings and cave walls , andoften refer to paintings of prehistoric origin.
  • Answer: i don`t know but what i do know is that it has something to do with the sky.
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  • Answer: The purpose of cave art was most likely the ancient peoples way of recording events. It also was probably used for storytelling. As there was no written language when the paintings were done, cave paintings were their way of recording things.
    It is also believed by scientists that cave paintings were part of a hunting ritual. Ancient people believed that if an animal was painted on the walls, and then they went off to hunt, the animal would come off the wall, creating more game to hunt. As many people point out, the animals are extremely detailed, but the humans seem almost sloppy. This might have been their way of preventing the creation of humans off the walls.
  • Answer: Some theories claim that it is prehistoric communication. Others, however, claim that it is NOT prehistoric because documenting lifestyles in art is considered recorded history.
  • Answer: It is the mirror
  • Answer: it looked like boobs
  • Answer: Yes
  • Answer: Sure. There are natural pools and streams created by the water that made the cave in the first place.
  • Answer: to tell stories
  • Answer: Wood, rocks, animal skins.