This animal was drawn in three or four lines and is limited to the head, of which the top is flat, the neck and the curved, hanging trunk; the eye is pointed. This symbolic figure, like that of the rhinoceros head in the Chamber of the Bear Hollows, presages the white drawings in the following chamber: the Candle Gallery forms an antechamber to the deeper cave. Lastly, on the same area of the ceiling, two small horizontal impacts were undoubtedly made with a stick, because the larger one is too high for a person to reach.
Galerie du Cierge
Type de notice:
Paroi de la salle du Cierge. Mammouth