Seeking the spiritual: Ice Age image-makers
Friday 5 April,
BP Lecture Theatre
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A lecture on the suggestion that the making of late Ice Age cave art was in some ways akin to shamanistic rituals.
Both a misunderstood and hotly debated topic, David Lewis-Williams, Professor Emeritus, Rock Art Research Institute, University of the Witwatersrand, considers why people crawled deep underground to make images and what they might have experienced.
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