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Cave artwork found in Spain is confirmed as oldest in Europe at 40,800 years old and could have been painted by Neanderthals; Graham Smith; Daily Mail

Photo: Pedro Saura

The Palaeolithic paintings in northern Spain have been precisely dated for the first time, proving the art form began in Europe 10,000 years earlier than previously thought.

Source: Cave artwork found in Spain is confirmed as oldest in Europe at 40,800 years old and could have been painted by Neanderthals

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