Upper Paleolithic/Mesolithic Portable freestanding Rock Art Animal.

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Seller: emilbal-y0jmlc4z (378) 100%, Location: Clacton-on-Sea, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 174202094358 Here is a Upper Paleolithic/Mesolithic Portable Rock Art Animal. This portable rock art animal has great form and has been heavily worked in flint stone it is also freestanding. I have discovered various upper Paleolithic/Mesolithic rock art animals and naturally they vary depending on the artist and chosen material this is a good example of its type. This was discovered within deep north seabed dredge material that was dredged from an area that forms the southern north sea which was once dry land now known as doggerland. Doggerland was a vast plain larger than the uk and populated by early human species and mesolithic hunter gatherers. Due to doggerlands connecting landbridge to europe some archeologists have claimed that doggerland was once the hub of europe and would have been largely populated I certainly believe this as a great possibility due to the amount of great discoverys of Paleolithic/ mesolithic artifacts discovered within the dredged material such as fine flint tools including some beautifully worked hand axes previous to these finds within the dredged material dredged from doggerland it is estimated that just 18 hand axes have been recovered from the northseabed that definitely need altering. So far the flint tools discovered within the dredge material from doggerland has surpassed any flint tool find site in all of england and this was taken from just a section of doggerland!. Other great finds from the dredged material include worked bone rock art pottery and bones and teeth of animals which once lived on doggerland including extinct species such as the woolly mammoth and woolly rhino cave lion and auroch. Doggerland was a thriving land were early humans lived for hundreds of thousands of years they were very creative and luckily there creations lasted the test of time for us to appreciate the art of our ancestors the last major ice age lasted 10,000 years you can see why they were creative as there wouldn't have been much else to do at such harsh times. Sadly doggerland was slowly submerged due to climate change at the end of the last ice age also a mega tsunami also struck here which would have devastated the land which now makes up the north seabed. Doggerland is a stoneage Atlantis with many more great discoverys to be made. Material: Stone

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