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Friday, 18 March 2011

Man of Bicor

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"Man of Bicor" Cueva de la Arana, Valencia, Spain c. 15000 BC

This rock painting called the "Man of Bicorp" was discovered in 1921 in the Cueva de la Arana (Spider Cave) in Valencia, Spain. The painting depicts a human figure near a cavity where there is a beehive. Hanging on three lianes, he is picking up honeycombs, while nearby are some stylized bees. The painting is believed to be over 15000 years old and dates back to the end of the Paleolithic Period

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