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© 2015 Bluestone Height
Introducing ‘Caves’...
Caves/Castles route
Franco-Iberia cave landscape,
maps.data-spain.com
the natural and cultural foundation
for SW France an...
Cave landscapes
Caves/Castles terrains
Four tour terrains
maps.data-spain.com
150 Ma 60 Ma 20 Ma
150 Ma, Iberia was an
island mini-continent
lying between Africa and
Eurasia.
Africa was pushing
northe...
Rocamadour
Summits
lesnoyers46.com
Dordogne Valley
Valleys
vallee-dordogne-rocamadour.com
El Pindal
Shorelines
donsmaps.com
Bizkaia
The cave landscape emerged
as sea bottoms became
limestone highlands …
ucl.ac.uk/es
El MironMas d’Azil
… and caves grew within.
mw2.google.com/mw-panoramio
Pech-Merle
The caves are a world of their own—many have great beauty.
In some, Franco-Iberia’s early humans found life-sus...
Sahara
1.5 Ma, Africa was drying and early humans were leaving.
en.wikipedia.org
Earliest hominins in southwest Eurasia
Homo antecessor
The species are still mysterious.
en.wikipedia.org
Gibraltar
In crossing Gibraltar, the emigrants found Ice
Age Franco-Iberia to be moist and full of game.
earth.imagico.ce
cave cutaway
excavation
Atapuerca
Caves provided natural game traps
and, sometimes, living spaces.
We see the archaeologic...
full-glacial Cantabria
To keep fit, large mammals, humans included,
kept moving during much of the year.
As climates chang...
Migration routes
Gibraltar
Madrid
Atapuerca
Les Eyzies
Caves and Castles follows
ancient ways.
Franco-Iberia was therefore...
Atapuerca, Sima de los Huesos:
H. heidelbergensis burial site.
Sima de los Huesos:
H. heidelbergensis burial group structu...
Brassempouy
Forty thousand years ago, a new hominin,
Homo sapiens, arrived from Africa.
historyofinformation.com
Modern humans made good use of the cave landscape.
They took to the old pathways and, eventually,
took over the caves.
For Homo sapiens, caves became
places of deep meaning.
We recognize the symbols but still
struggle to comprehend intent.
t...
Lascaux
We visit all decorated caves ...
images.wisegeek.com
Rouffignac
… open to the public.
marsbrookholidayideas.com
Beynac
Just a thousand years ago,
feudal lords built castles
upon the cave cliff faces.
dordogne-et-perigord.com
Beynac New kinds of special places. wikimedia.org
The old pathways became
the routes for medieval
crusades and pilgrimages.
wikimedia.org
Caves and Castles covers four
pilgrimage trail segments.
wikimedia.org
La Rioja
Cantabria
the grill and La Rioja.
classictravel.com
Bizkaia
Basque seaside,
tapas and celtic cider.
gadling.com
Jurançon
Pyrenean foothills
Mediterranean influence; wines of Jurançon.
geo.fr
Quercy
Aquitaine
Duck and the wines of Cahors and Bergerac.
maisonriante.nl
Château de Mercuès
A night at the
Château de Mercuès
photo-paramoteur.com
Pech-Merle
Caves and Castles visits
core monuments to
human evolution.
Bahn and Vertut (1997)
Pech-Merle Heinrich Wendel (© The Wendel Collection, Neanderthal Museum)
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Caves & Castles Paleolithic Art tour

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An illustrated introduction to Archaeological Tours' Caves & Castles Paleolithic cave tour for 2016. Franco-Iberia (SW France & NE Spain) terrain development and cave formation. Paleolithic cave occupation from Homo antecessor (Atapuerca) to Homo sapiens. Decorated caves include Altamira, Tito Bustillo, El Castillo, Gargas, Niaux, Pech Merle, Cougnac, Lascaux, Bernifal, Cap Blanc and Rouffignac.

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Caves & Castles Paleolithic Art tour

  1. 1. An Archaeological Study Tour 212-986-3054 886-740-5130 archtours@aol.com Niaux © 2015 Bluestone Height Introducing ‘Caves’ 2016 Roy Larick, PhD, Lecturer Sept 4-18, 2016 15 Days Caves & Castles Northern Spain & Southern France
  2. 2. Caves/Castles route Franco-Iberia cave landscape, maps.data-spain.com the natural and cultural foundation for SW France and NE Spain.
  3. 3. Cave landscapes
  4. 4. Caves/Castles terrains Four tour terrains maps.data-spain.com
  5. 5. 150 Ma 60 Ma 20 Ma 150 Ma, Iberia was an island mini-continent lying between Africa and Eurasia. Africa was pushing northeast. Iberia was forced to collide with “France.” Franco-Iberia was born. Spend two weeks amidst collision ... Franco-Iberia The story begins with … igc.catigc.cat
  6. 6. Rocamadour Summits lesnoyers46.com
  7. 7. Dordogne Valley Valleys vallee-dordogne-rocamadour.com
  8. 8. El Pindal Shorelines donsmaps.com
  9. 9. Bizkaia The cave landscape emerged as sea bottoms became limestone highlands … ucl.ac.uk/es
  10. 10. El MironMas d’Azil … and caves grew within. mw2.google.com/mw-panoramio
  11. 11. Pech-Merle The caves are a world of their own—many have great beauty. In some, Franco-Iberia’s early humans found life-sustaining resources. en.wikipedia.org
  12. 12. Sahara 1.5 Ma, Africa was drying and early humans were leaving. en.wikipedia.org Earliest hominins in southwest Eurasia
  13. 13. Homo antecessor The species are still mysterious. en.wikipedia.org
  14. 14. Gibraltar In crossing Gibraltar, the emigrants found Ice Age Franco-Iberia to be moist and full of game. earth.imagico.ce
  15. 15. cave cutaway excavation Atapuerca Caves provided natural game traps and, sometimes, living spaces. We see the archaeological debris. Atapuerca Foundation
  16. 16. full-glacial Cantabria To keep fit, large mammals, humans included, kept moving during much of the year. As climates changed, entirely new territories could be adopted. wikimedia.org
  17. 17. Migration routes Gibraltar Madrid Atapuerca Les Eyzies Caves and Castles follows ancient ways. Franco-Iberia was therefore crisscrossed with migration routes.
  18. 18. Atapuerca, Sima de los Huesos: H. heidelbergensis burial site. Sima de los Huesos: H. heidelbergensis burial group structure (29 individuals). atapuercaevoluciona.org iniciativadebate.org Early hominins such as Homo heidelbergensis and Homo neanderthalensis used caves in special ways. The evidence is surprising and, as yet, difficult to understand.
  19. 19. Brassempouy Forty thousand years ago, a new hominin, Homo sapiens, arrived from Africa. historyofinformation.com
  20. 20. Modern humans made good use of the cave landscape. They took to the old pathways and, eventually, took over the caves.
  21. 21. For Homo sapiens, caves became places of deep meaning. We recognize the symbols but still struggle to comprehend intent. tomysardinia.com
  22. 22. Lascaux We visit all decorated caves ... images.wisegeek.com
  23. 23. Rouffignac … open to the public. marsbrookholidayideas.com
  24. 24. Beynac Just a thousand years ago, feudal lords built castles upon the cave cliff faces. dordogne-et-perigord.com
  25. 25. Beynac New kinds of special places. wikimedia.org
  26. 26. The old pathways became the routes for medieval crusades and pilgrimages. wikimedia.org
  27. 27. Caves and Castles covers four pilgrimage trail segments. wikimedia.org
  28. 28. La Rioja Cantabria the grill and La Rioja. classictravel.com
  29. 29. Bizkaia Basque seaside, tapas and celtic cider. gadling.com
  30. 30. Jurançon Pyrenean foothills Mediterranean influence; wines of Jurançon. geo.fr
  31. 31. Quercy Aquitaine Duck and the wines of Cahors and Bergerac. maisonriante.nl
  32. 32. Château de Mercuès A night at the Château de Mercuès photo-paramoteur.com
  33. 33. Pech-Merle Caves and Castles visits core monuments to human evolution. Bahn and Vertut (1997)
  34. 34. Pech-Merle Heinrich Wendel (© The Wendel Collection, Neanderthal Museum)
  35. 35. An Archaeological Study Tour Caves & Castles Northern Spain & Southern France 212-986-3054 886-740-5130 archtours@aol.com Niaux © 2015 Bluestone Heights Join me on ‘Caves’ 2016 Roy Larick, PhD, Lecturer Sept 4-18, 2016 15 Days Call Archaeological Tours
  36. 36. Roy Larick Walk back in time Look to the Future Euclid bluestone outcrop Doan Brook, Cleveland OH Bluestone Heights © 2015 Bluestone HeightsR. Larick bluestoneheights.org roylarick@gmail.com

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