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Palaeolithic weaving — a contribution from Chauvet

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The author draws attention to Gustave Chauvet's belief, 90 years ago, in Magdalenian weaving on the basis of ethnography, interpretation of Palaeolithic tools and motifs in portable art of the period.
Cambridge University Press (CUP)
Title: Palaeolithic weaving — a contribution from Chauvet
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The author draws attention to Gustave Chauvet's belief, 90 years ago, in Magdalenian weaving on the basis of ethnography, interpretation of Palaeolithic tools and motifs in portable art of the period.

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