Engraved plaques from Cova del Parpalló (Gandia, Valencia). III. Upper Solutrean.

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Paleolithic Art offers an abundant representation of animals, a significant number of signs of varied typology and limited attention to human figure. The most figurative animal species coincides with ungulates of higher weight, showing an iconographic attention with some economic concern. In Parpalló, most depicted animals are bovines, equines, cervids and caprids, completing the list a wild boar, a fox, a lynx, some hardly-identified canid, a partridge and a duck.
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