Why Early Artists Were Likely Women --> funny how it's so hard for anyone to believe that women were viewed as contributing members of society since the dawn of time. Talk about "aha" moments on the social conditioning it's taken to convince us that only
A Palaeolithic tool (from the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge) carefully sculpted around a seashell fossil embedded in the rock. Was the prehistoric took maker thinking about aesthetics and beauty?
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