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How did people communicate in the Stone Age?

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Tedi Stanev

on 12 February 2014

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How did people communicate in the Stone Age?
Glossary
Rock Art
- That means that people were drawing on the walls with rocks.
Homo sapiens
- Homo sapiens where the people that lived before Humans. So of the homo sapiens may still live some where. Maybe in Africa.
Cro-Magnon
- Cro-Magnon where some kind of Homo sapiens from Egypt.
Interesting Facts

The Meaning of the Symbols:
Introduction
Communication in the Stone Age:
Characteristic of the images
The paintings aren’t about
everyday life.
For Exp: When you see animals painted on the wall it is not a hunting scene because on the walls the hunter doesn’t exist, they never tell the everyday life. The were painted for spirits and other mythical gods or aminals.
Calendars
:
Some paintings contained increasing amounts of information: Cro-Magnon people may have created the first calendar as far back as 15,000 years ago.
The oldest symbols used for communication are the cave paintings. The cave paintings are form by rock art. Homo sapiens where the first people that communicated by paintings. The oldest known cave painting from the Stone Age is in Chauvet Cave, from around 30,000 BC.
Generalization based on research:
Concerned itself mainly:
Food
(hunting scenes, animal carvings)
Fertility
(Venus figurines)
Most dominant theme were animals
The oldest known cave painting from the Stone Age is in Chauvet Cave, from around 30,000 BC.
Cro-Magnon people may have created the first calendar as far back as 15,000 years ago.
The hunter doesn’t exist on the walls. The paintings were painted for spirits and other mythical gods or aminals.

Some interesting videos
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The three most important animals on the cave paintings are horse,oxe and deer.
Horse
Deer
Oxe
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