The Lake of the Painted Cave

Molyneux, Brian Leigh
July 1987
Archaeology;Jul/Aug87, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p18
Describes an archaeological exploration of the ochre paintings in rocks found above the lakes of the Quetico region in Ontario. Rock paintings of animals, birds and humans; Discovery of a shelter which was never used for human habitation but where rock art was found; Analysis of the rock paintings; Indications of early life and culture.


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