Palaeolithic Cave Art at Creswell Crags in European Context

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List of Illustrations
1.1.The Robin Hood Cave horse engraving4
1.2.The Mother Grundy's Parlour 'engravings'7
1.3.The Pin Hole Cave anthropomorph9
1.4.The Grimes Graves deer10
2.1.Plan of Creswell Crags gorge showing major caves and fissures15
2.2.Plan of Church Hole showing location of the engraved panels16
2.3.Church Hole Panel III, the 'stag'18
2.4.Church Hole Panel III, bovid, line drawing20
2.5.Church Hole Panel IV, line drawing of engraving/low relief of bird22
2.6.Church Hole Panel IV, engraving/low relief of bird22
2.7.Church Hole Panel IV, head of bovid (Bison?)24
2.8.Church Hole Panel IV, head of bovid (line drawing)24
2.9.Church Hole Panel VII, the 'birds'27
2.10.Church Hole Panel VII, the 'birds', line drawing27
3.1.Sketches showing sample locations for the 'notches' and 'birds/females' in Church Hole and for the 'vulva' Robin Hood Cave38
3.2.U-series results for flowstones overlying engravings in Church Hole and Robin Hood Cave41
3.3.U-series results for flowstones overlying engravings in Church Hole and Robin Hood Cave and calibrated radiocarbon dates of humanly modified bones from Creswell43
4.1.The 'Birds' panel located within the passageway in Church Hole48
4.2.The 'Birds' panel shaded with an accessibility shading algorithm50
4.3.Simulated damage to the 'Birds' panel at Church Hole51
6.1.The Southern Magnesian Limestone outcrop, with the principal vales and gorges indicated62

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