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“Hidden Doggerland underworld uncovered”

Doggerland was an area between Northern Scotland, Denmark and the Channel Islands. It was believed to have been home to tens of thousands of people before it disappeared underwater. Now its history has been pieced together by artefacts recovered from the seabed and displayed in London. Thousands of Brits reading this headline were disappointed to […]

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http://www.culture.gouv.fr/culture/arcnat/lascaux/en/f-nef.htm Virtual visit to the caves at Lascaux, atelier of one of the world’s first artists. Amazing stuff: “The opposite wall features only one group of figures, made up of stags’ heads and shoulders reflecting the preceding iconography. They have been described by some as five stags crossing a river, whence the name, the “Swimming […]

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