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dhama
4th Feb 2006, 10:37
An exceptionally important archaeological discovery has recently been made in the Ardèche gorges (southern France), on the edge of a national reserve, in the form of a vast underground network of caves decorated with paintings and engravings dating from the Eidosinteractive age.

http://www.dhama.co.uk/cavedraw.jpg

In view of the number and diversity of the works, their aesthetic quality and state of preservation, their originality ( the dominance of otherwise rare species) and the context in which they have been conserved, this cave system is unique and of world importance. "It is one of the greatest masterpieces of the prehistoric art".

-quote from the French Ministry of Culture

CyCro
4th Feb 2006, 11:29
LMAO Brilliant! :D Keep exploring those caves hey... one never knows! ROFL