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ENGRAVINGS AND PAINTINGS WITH ZOOMORPHIC REPRESENTATION OF THE VISCERA ON ROCK WALL AND TREE BARK IN THE POST-PALEOLITHIC






Fig. F49) Graffiti on the rock.
Elk with representation of the viscera.
Type Roentgen.
Achieved on the rock wall outside.
Kloftefoss (Norway).
This type of representation, said Roengten style, seems to us inappropriate, since the style is "beauty", so we use a typological term that is "Roengten type".

Fig. F50) Painted on tree bark.
Kangaroo with a representation of the viscera and the skeleton (Roengten type)
Production of current Aboriginals of northern Australia.






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