Last Modified: 2016-03-08
- Used for the purpose of nothing but pure creativity.
- Shows distinction from different mind sets.
- Shows what an idealistic woman is for this time period.
- Abstraction or stylized look
- A basic form of art
- No extensive detail yet still identifiable
- Different image of the ideal woman.
- Carbon 14
- After absorbing carbon over a lifetime, once you die you start to lose it over the decades.
- Fat is inserted into the crack to make a portable fire lamp
- Shows the importance of animals in life
- Used for target practice, and "pep-rallies"
- Art and a hunting weapon
- Used as a centrifuge to increase the range of a spear
- Shows that sex and reproduction is very important to this culture
- First sign of a relief sculpture
- Developed the process of interrupting a line to create depth
- Aerodynamics discovered with this Hut, wind and snow was able to easily pass over the hut
- Incising was developed- putting small lines into a sculpture to add depth
- Physiognomic projections- where our brain takes what we see and turns it into something else or even 3-d
- Unknown reason but aligned in straight lines
- Shows that animals were domesticated
- Ice started to melt and farming became relevant
- First sign of ceramics
- Post & lintel construction was developed
- Mason construction in a crude form
- Corbeling is used to make the round shape
- First use of ceramics to make vessels
- Practical and aesthetically pleasing
- The form of the structure is a cromlac
- Has a post & lintel structure and design
- Human made
- A mortise and tenon binding
- Used as a Calendar
- Development of bronze
- Bronze is a alloy of tin & copper
- Using the imagination to explain natural phenomena
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