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Vertikaler Wissenstransfer in der longue durée: Eine Technische Perspektive auf die Entwicklung Jungpaläolithischer Kunst in Europa

Abstract : This paper is an overview of the technical developments concerning Palaeolithic art. We argue here that not only do all forms of art – engraving, sculpture and painting – exist as early as the Aurignacian, but the techniques used to create them are all very diverse from the beginning. These techniques do not appear to have significantly evolved during the twenty centuries of portable and parietal art, or even after. Moreover, after the Upper Palaeolithic, while we observe breaks in support types, themes and styles, the techniques developed from the start of the Upper Palaeolithic remain unchanged, except for ceramics. These different techniques are associated with technical motions that remain very stable from the beginning of the Upper Palaeolithic (or even before) until the Neolithic.
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Sophie A. de Beaune. Vertikaler Wissenstransfer in der longue durée: Eine Technische Perspektive auf die Entwicklung Jungpaläolithischer Kunst in Europa. Die Kunde. Zeitschrift für niedersächsische Archäologie, 2018, Naturalismus ade?, 69, pp.121-141. ⟨halshs-03821074⟩

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