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Don't know if anyone's seen this - I'm not sure if it's been mentioned before so I thought I'd mention it. I stumbled across it in the library so am reading it this morning. It's called "Palaeolithic Cave Art at Creswell Crags in European Context" by Pettitt, Bahn and Ripoll - the team that found the engravings.

I've just been reading the first article, in which Bahn explains the dubious nature of the previously found art there
and how it's pretty ironic that that's what led them to find the apparent Real Deal.

I think I'd like to go (one day) - what is the latest on the tours they were doing there?

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Posted by Rhiannon
21st March 2009ce

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    a book (Rhiannon, Mar 21, 2009, 09:37)